One Liners Hillsborough: Sprouts, Outback Bowl and more
New announcements from around Hillsborough County
►Sprouts Farmers Market will open a store at 8620 Hunters Village Road, Tampa, in August
►Axiom Bank, a Maitland-based community bank, named Richard Jensen as senior vice president, commercial relationship manager in Tampa.
►Former Raymond James senior-level executive Bob Anastasi has joined the board of Abacode, a cybersecurity protection firm in Tampa.
►Refresco Beverages US leased a 364,084-square-foot industrial space at 5210 S. 16th Ave., Tampa, to serve as its distribution warehouse.
►Ben Sever was named CEO of Ecover Global.
►Moffitt Cancer Center promoted John Cleveland to center director.
►Aussie Grill opened its third Tampa Bay area location, and first free-standing restaurant, on in Lutz.
►Cushman & Wakefield arranged a 43,474-square-foot lease with Commercial Fitness Concepts at 301 Business Center in east Tampa.
►Riverside Recovery of Tampa, an addiction treatment center, hired Glenn Currier as the director of psychiatry services.
►Riverside Recovery of Tampa established a partnership with USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, which will allow Riverside Recovery to be an academic teaching facility offering substance abuse treatment rotations with supervised clinical experiences for psychiatry graduate physicians focusing on addiction.
►Stevens Tombrink joined LandQwest Commercial as managing director of the Tampa office.
►Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture and the Arts named BNY Mellon Wealth Management as the TBBCA 2020 Business Impact Award Honoree, which celebrates a business for extraordinary contributions to, and in support of, arts and culture.
►Skyway Capital Markets, a middle-market investment bank based in Tampa, named Michael J. Devine as managing director in Skyway’s newly formed recapitalization and restructuring practice.
►As part of its 35th anniversary, the Outback Bowl has unveiled a commemorative logo for the occasion.
►OASIS (Outreach Assisting Students in Schools) promoted Dawn Schulman to executive director.
►Lazydays RV, in Tampa, acquired Mesa, Arizona-based Korges Enterprises, which does business as Desert Autoplex RV.
►Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay received grants from State Farm Insurance, totaling $17,000, to fund JA work readiness and financial literacy programming.
►Trenam Law, in Tampa, added shareholder Fredrick McClure, who will be part of the firm’s commercial litigation group, and associates Brian Tunis and Alexander Zesch.
►Soma Global, a Tampa company with technology services for public safety, established a deal with the Richmond International Airport, which will use Soma Global’s computer-aided dispatch, records management and mobile data systems.
►Carlton Fields shareholder Wm. Cary Wright was appointed chair-elect of the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law.
►Tampa-based land brokers Chris Bowers and Bill Eshenbaugh, of Eshenbaugh Land Co., represented seller Geraci–Van Dyke Retail Center, on the sale of a 1.73-acre commercial parcel located just off Dale Mabry Highway near the Veterans Expressway in Lutz for $975,000.
►Carlton Fields shareholder Cristin Keane was elected as a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel.
►Joel Stevens returned to Tampa to lead the regional office of Bernstein Private Wealth Management, a unit of AllianceBernstein LP.