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FusionFest has its mission: to celebrate the people and the many cultures that make Central Florida awesome. FusionFest organizes weekly and monthly, both virtual and in-person, events that keep the community engaged and connected to the cultural diversity in Central Florida. They participate in parades and create dining experiences and workshops from January to November. And we all know their signature event held each year on Saturday and Sunday after Thanksgiving Day in Downtown Orlando (this year on November 27 and 28). It's a a free, two-day, festival that draws people from more than 110 different cultures to experience music, dance, food, visual arts, spoken word, games and interactive activities.HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Keep an eye on our social media and website to join in one (or several) of the Diversitastic! Dining Experiences, the Flag Crew in parades, workshops, webinars and to perform at the Thanksgiving Weekend festival. FESTIVAL HOURS: Saturday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. & Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.WHAT WILL YOU FIND AT THE FESTIVAL:Opening SpectacleInternational Food Court & MarketplaceStages featuring music, dance, spoken word and fashionFilm Station screening the MYgration Films in partnership with Global Peace Film FestivalGlobal Street Dance PartyDiversitastic! ChoirInteractive ExperiencesVisual Arts GalleryCelebrations & Faiths StationKids VillageExciting PrizesCommunity PanelsFusion Contests with cash awardsWHERE: At the Seneff Arts Plaza at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando.WHO IS BEHIND IT: FusionFest is a non-profit organization with support from Orange County Government. Since 2016 a Steering Committee of 40 members with heritages from around the globe meets monthly to shape the project.SPELLING: FusionFest is one-word with two capital Fs.HASHTAGS: #FusionFest #FusionFestOrlando #ICanBeMeHere #ProudToShowMyColorsSOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook.com/FusionFestOrlando & Instagram.com/FusionFestOrlando

 

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ORLANDO, FLA - The 2021 Cure Bowl will be played on Friday, Dec. 17, at 6 p.m. ET, on ESPN2. The seventh annual event will be held in Orlando, Fla. "We are looking forward to kicking off the 7th annual Cure Bowl this December," said Alan Gooch, executive director of the Cure Bowl and CEO of the Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF). "We are excited to continue the mission of bringing teams together to find a cure for cancer through the game and pregame events including the pre-game pep rally and March 2 Cure." In the past seven years, the Cure Bowl has been used as a platform to raise $3.8 million for cancer research. The Orlando community has benefited from the funds generated at the game, with local researcher Dr. Annette Khaled at the UCF College of Medicine receiving over $1.2 million of the funds distributed. The 2021 Cure Bowl will host teams from a combination of the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference, Sun Belt Conference and Army. Memberships, hospitality, and sponsorship packages are available now. General public tickets will go on sale later this fall. For more information visit www.CureBowl.com/membership About Orlando Sports Foundation The Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research. The OSF holds several events throughout the year, including the Cure Bowl, which is an NCAA college football bowl game played each December. With the combined support of Central Floridians, loyal sports fans and strategic partners, the OSF is further dedicated and committed to serving the challenges of cancer awareness and elimination, invigorating the Central Florida athletic community and supporting youth organizations with standards of benevolence, integrity and moral excellence. The foundation works with our stakeholders to involve the entire community to join us in our quest to bring teams together to find a cure for cancer. The Orlando Sports Foundation focuses on research because we know we will all have to continue to manage the problem until we solve it. We focus our efforts on cancer because it touches so many lives. Together, we can tackle this. Click here to donate For more information about the Orlando Sports Foundation or the Cure Bowl and affiliated events visit www.OrlandoSportsFoundation.com

(Sarasota County, Florida) – Named a “Top 10 Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living Magazine, Venice is located on Florida's Gulf Coast in the popular and fast-growing Sarasota County. The county has a resident population of 438,816, which increases to about 500,000 when snowbirds are in season. Resort style multifamily communities are a great option for many retirees and new families, alike and that is what Venice Isles has to offer.

 

Nvision Development and NM Residential, along with general contractor Winter Park Construction (WPC) completed Venice Isles, a luxurious 324-unit, 6-building apartment community located just outside the Venice city limits in unincorporated Sarasota County. In support of new growth, the area will also see two new two state-of-the-art hospitals: Sarasota Memorial Hospital is slated to open in the fall of 2021, and Venice Regional Bayfront Hospital is opening in 2022, bringing additional new residents to Venice.

 

Venice Isles first building opened in November of 2020, with the final of six buildings becoming available to new residents in May 2021. Venice Isles boasts a gated vehicle entrance and a clubhouse with a Lifestyle Fitness Center, a resort-style pool (with outdoor grills and lounge chairs), and a golf and sports simulator. To take advantage of the year-round warm Florida weather, Nvision incorporated as much green space as possible, including a walking trail around the central pond area and a dog park. An official grand opening and ribbon cutting event was held on May 13th.  Venice Isles is at 61.90% leased occupancy as of May 17, 2021.

 

Venice Isles is the fourth multifamily project Winter Park Construction (WPC), Nvision, and NM Residential have partnered on together. The others include Champions Vue Apartments in Davenport, Serenity at Lake Wales and Orlando’s Vale East Apartments.

An official grand opening and ribbon cutting event was held on May 13th.  Shown here left to right front row: Austin Bustamante, Collin Hill, Michael Niederst, Melody Niederst, and Ian McCook.

  

About Nvision Development

Nvision Development is an Orlando based, full service Real Estate Development Company looking to ensure that our clients, projects, and partners are set up to succeed. Nvision was founded in 2006 and has been involved in almost one billion dollars in projects since inception. Currently, Nvision is developing multifamily apartments, student housing, independent living, assisted living, hotels and mixed used developments throughout Florida and Tennessee.

 

About WPC

Since 1974, WPC has provided general contractor, pre-construction, construction management and renovation services to Central Florida and the southeast United States. With over $200M in projects set for completion in 2020, WPC provides employment for 140+ full-time employees and thousands of subcontractor positions. With a portfolio rich in many sectors, WPC is currently working on construction projects in the senior housing, student housing, multifamily and hospitality sectors.

About NM Residential

 Founded in Cleveland, Ohio, NM Residential is an owner/operator of multifamily residential projects in Ohio, Michigan, and Florida. Throughout the years, NM Residential has adapted seamlessly to everchanging market conditions through continued use of cutting-edge technology and management techniques. NM Residential has stabilized and operated a portfolio of over 10,000 units, with a current (and growing) inventory of over 1,200 units in Florida.

(Polk County, Florida) – Nvision Development and Winter Park Construction (WPC) completed the $55 million Serenity at Lake Wales, a 335-unit community just north of Eagle Ridge Mall. The project is the first new luxury Class-A multifamily community to be built in the municipality since 2005. The development team at Nvision were early to relate the changing demographics in Polk County to the need for luxury multifamily options. Residents began moving in last fall, when WPC delivered initial turnovers to the Maitland-based Nvision Development, and owner/operator NM Residential. With the project now complete, an official ribbon cutting ceremony was held on May7th.  

Gene Fultz the Mayor of the City of Lake Wales, in attendance at the event shared, “Nvision Development just raised the city of Lake Wales to a new level! They did a wonderful job on creation of this new community and the City of Lake Wales is grateful for their work.”

 

Image From Left to Right:  Lake Wales Mayor Gene Fultz, Andi Brannon – Citizen’s Bank & Trust – Chamber Member, Jennifer Lopez - Citizen’s Bank & Trust – Chamber Member, Sandra Wolf (orange shirt) - Citizen’s Bank & Trust – Chamber Ambassador, Tonya Stewart – Tonya Stewart Law P.A. – Chamber Member, Larry Bossarte – Interim Chamber President. Back Row: Clarke Gerard (blue shirt), Ewing Blackwelder & Duce Insurance – Board Director, Linda Hayes – American Legion Post 71 – Chamber Ambassador

 

Serenity at Lake Wales is already at 43.6% leased occupancy and leasing fast. The community consists of thirteen 3-story, walk-up buildings with a mix of one, two and three -bedroom units. Typical units will feature upgraded slate-colored appliances, open floor plans, walk-in closets, granite countertops and faux wood floors. Every unit has either a balcony or a solarium. The 6,500-square-foot resort style clubhouse features a grand club room, a business center, ultra-modern fitness center, screened porch with loungers, a saltwater pool, and an outdoor kitchen and grill. 

Developer – Nvision DevelopmentGeneral Contractor - Winter Park Construction Architect - Slocum Platts Architects, PAProperty Management – NM ResidentialLeasing Information – Gloria Otero - 863-279-0100

Serenity at Lake Wales is the fourth multifamily project Winter Park Construction (WPC), Nvision, and NM Residential have partnered on together. The others include Champions Vue Apartments in Davenport, Venice Isles Apartments  on the gulf coast of Florida and Orlando’s Vale East Apartments.

 

About Nvision Development

Nvision Development is an Orlando based, full service Real Estate Development Company looking to ensure that our clients, projects, and partners are set up to succeed. Nvision was founded in 2006 and has been involved in almost one billion dollars in projects since inception. Currently, Nvision is developing multifamily apartments, student housing, independent living, assisted living, hotels and mixed used developments throughout Florida and Tennessee.

About NM Residential

 Founded in Cleveland, Ohio, NM Residential is an owner/operator of multifamily residential projects in Ohio, Michigan, and Florida. Throughout the years, NM Residential has adapted seamlessly to everchanging market conditions through continued use of cutting-edge technology and management techniques. NM Residential has stabilized and operated a portfolio of over 10,000 units, with a current (and growing) inventory of over 1,200 units in Florida.

About WPC

Since 1974, WPC has provided general contractor, pre-construction, construction management and renovation services to Central Florida and the southeast United States. With over $200M in projects set for completion in 2020, WPC provides employment for 140+ full-time employees and thousands of subcontractor positions. With a portfolio rich in many sectors, WPC is currently working on construction projects in the senior housing, student housing, multifamily and hospitality sectors.

(Orlando, Florida) May 4, 2021 - India has been hit with a devastating second wave of COVID 19, creating an unprecedented crisis for India and the Indian people. Oxygen, a basic need for human life, is needed to save millions of lives. An Indian physician organization, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), comprised of 100,000 US physicians, launched a national fundraising campaign with the targeted goal of providing live-saving oxygen to people in need.  #AAPIO2forIndia #CAPI02forIndia

 

AAPI is working with Nidek Medical to purchase The Dynarex Oxygen Concentrator, a supplemental oxygen device which can supply enough oxygen for up to four people, at a per unit cost of $535. Through the combined efforts of AAPI members in the United States, to date 2,000 units have been purchased and are being distributed through a partner NGO, Sewa International, to the areas in greatest need.

The Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian subcontinent (CAPI),an APPI affiliate representing over 700 physicians, is leading fundraising efforts for the Orlando area. CAPI President Tejal Patel, MD says of the urgency of the need “No patient should die due to lack of Oxygen. CAPI members in Central Florida have all been asked to give as much as they can to support. This is a time sensitive fundraiser to save lives!  But you don’t have to be a member to give you can donate by visiting our website at www.capimed.org.”

AAPI President, Sudhakar Jonnalagadda, MD​ “Most of our 100,000 AAPI members have family and friends in India. We are invested in supporting the unprecedented crisis for India and the Indian people. We will continue the drive until needs are met.”

 

 The Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian subcontinent (CAPI),an APPI affiliate representing over 700 physicians, is leading fundraising efforts for the Orlando area. CAPI President Tejal Patel, MD says of the urgency of the need “No patient should die due to lack of Oxygen. CAPI members in Central Florida have all been asked to give as much as they can to support. This is a time sensitive fundraiser to save lives!  But you don’t have to be a member to give you can donate by visiting our website at www.capimed.org.”

About CAPI

The Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian subcontinent (CAPI) represents over 700 physicians and surgeons of Indian origin. The organization facilitates professional growth and leadership development amongst its members, promotes health and wellness awareness in the community, and raises funds to support a variety of nonprofit organizations.

About AAPI

Founded in 1982, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) represents a conglomeration of more than 100,000 practicing physicians in the United States and serves as a platform for more than 40,000 medical students, residents, and fellows of Indian origin in this country. 1 in every 7 people in the USA is touched by the care of a physician of Indian origin at any given time. As part of the AAPI Charitable Foundation (AAPI-CF) spearheads free clinics and health fairs in India. To date, more than 19 such clinics are being actively run-in various states of India under the AAPI flagship.

 

 

 

ORLANDO, Fla. (March 3, 2021) – Summer Elite Grassroots Basketball will be taking over Orlando in July, with boys and girls teams converging from across the United States to play high level basketball this summer. The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) will be transformed into the mecca of grassroots basketball with three events taking place from July 20 – August 1, 2021.

 

The Orlando Splash (formerly the Peach Splash) and The National Championship will be hosted by Ohiobasketball.com and 3C Basketball, the leading organizations in girls travel basketball. The Orlando Splash will take place July 20-22, 2021 and The National Championship is scheduled to be played July 23-25, 2021. These events will be open to girls’ teams composed of players graduating from 2022-2027. Both events are currently scheduled to coincide with the NCAA’s Recruiting Calendar and are sanctioned by the NCAA to allow prospective student athletes to be seen in person by collegiate basketball coaches.  

 

“We’re incredibly excited to bring two of the nation’s favorite and well attended girls exposure basketball events to the wonderful city of Orlando, Florida. It’s the perfect marriage between competitive basketball and team bonding opportunities,” said Tucker Neale, Ohiobasketball.com President. “The National Championship has been a pillar in the Girls Exposure basketball scene since 2017 and The Splash since 2018, and I believe this is the perfect pairing that the girls’ basketball exposure community has been looking for.”

 

In addition to the girls’ events, Ohiobasketball.com, HoopSeen, NY2LA and HoopGroup have announced the boys’ Grassroots Summer Basketball Championships. The Grassroots Basketball Summer Championships will take place July 28 – August 1, 2021 at the Orange County Convention Center and will be open to boys’ teams from grade five through grade 11, as well as unsigned seniors. The event will be the final stop and a true National Championship for boys’ travel basketball, bringing teams together from three circuits to compete against one another at the end of the season. 

 

“It's a great feeling knowing that Orlando will become home to the Grassroots Basketball Summer Championships,” said Mike Eddy, HoopSeen President. “We are excited to bring our National Championship event to such a great city!”

 

“It's not too often that four of the nation’s top basketball event operators get together to host a major event,” said Antonio Curio, CEO of NY2LA. “Orlando and the Orange County Convention Center gives us the perfect opportunity to create something unique that separates us from the competition and has been sorely needed in grassroots boys’ basketball.”

 

“As one of the first venues to resume convention operations, our success is testament on how modified sporting events can be hosted safely, responsibly and enjoyably,” said OCCC Executive Director Mark Tester. “Since the onset of the pandemic, the OCCC has hosted more than 50 events, and many were sporting events. We thank our partners for their continued confidence in our center and look forward to working with many other sports organizations in the future.”

 

“We are thrilled to welcome Ohiobasketball.com, HoopSeen, NY2LA, and HoopGroup to Orlando,” said Jason Siegel, President & CEO of the Greater Orlando Sports Commission. “The Orange County Convention Center is the perfect venue to safely host these elite travel basketball events under one roof, and we are confident that the athletes, coaches and their families will have a wonderful experience in Central Florida.”

 

About Greater Orlando Sports Commission

GO Sports is a private, non-profit organization established to attract and manage sports-related events, conferences and activities that drive positive economic development in the City of Orlando, Lake County, Orange County, Osceola County, and Seminole County. Founded in 1993, the organization has hosted or co-hosted more than 1,450 events in the Greater Orlando area with a total economic impact exceeding $1.9 billion in spending within the community. For more information, please visit GreaterOrlandoSports.com.

 

About Summer Elite Grassroots Basketball

Ohiobasketball.com, 3C Basketball, HoopSeen, NY2LA, and HoopGroup are scheduled to run over 200 basketball events in 2021, with these events being hosted in 26 different states across the country. For additional information on events and more, head to Ohiobasketball.com or NationalExposureBBall.com.

 

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(Orlando, Florida) Dellagio Town Center (Dellagio) holds an anchoring position on Sand Lake Road’s Restaurant Row. It was originally developed by Unicorp National Developments in 2008, who still maintains their headquarters at Dellagio. Concorde Group Holdings, LLC (CGH) purchased the 109,860 square foot retail and office plaza, in March of 2018, from Shopcore/Blackstone. On February 12, 2021, CGH sold its stake in Dellagio to a private investor previously known to the property for an undisclosed sum. The property is now being managed by DLP Property Management. CGH is a commercial real estate development firm who revitalizes commercial properties in growth locations. Under the three years of CGH leadership, as owner and onsite property manager, Dellagio has added ten new national and local brands to the family of over 30 tenants. Among them: AdventHealth Medical Group London House - Ultra-Exclusive Private Members Club Norman Van Aken – Moves Flagship Location to Restaurant Row CycleBar Dr. Phillips“Since we acquired Dellagio in 2018, we have been committed to building the best business conditions for our Tenants and for their/our customers and we have adapted along with them amidst the shifting COVID-driven environment we find ourselves in.” says Joe LeBas, President, Managing Director and Founder, Concorde Group Holdings, LLC.Dellagio is home to some of Orlando’s favorite award-winning restaurants, a full line up of wellness and beauty destinations and a host of professional service companies. Over 30 brands make up the Dellagio family. Among them the award-winning Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, DRAGONFLY Robata and BIG FIN Seafood, who was featured on Fox news, for donating $5,000 back to hourly staff during COVID break. www.dellagioorlando.com.   “At Concorde, our mission and primary focus is revitalization of commercial assets in high growth areas. Dellagio was an exceptional opportunity to expand our core vision. The sale of the property is part of our ongoing alignment strategy ensuring emphasis on those projects which most directly support our mission.” says Joe LeBas, President, Managing Director and Founder, Concorde Group Holdings, LLCAbout Concorde Group Holdings, LLCConcorde Group Holdings (CGH) is a commercial real estate development firm who revitalizes commercial properties in growth locations. CGH is headquartered in Miami, Florida with offices in Orlando, Dubai, and Mumbai. www.concorde-grp.com.

The world is spinning and it doesn't appear to be slowing anytime soon. As each industry is buzzing to find its unique new (COVID) default setting, we are learning that our biggest value is likely in responding creatively in the face of uncertainty.

Of all the industries that have been turned upside down - the event industry (trade shows, meetings, conventions, fundraising, social events) is near the top of the list and estimated to be valued at $325 billion annually (in the US alone). With an average (pre-COVID) estimated two million events each year, event strategists and convention planners have been busy responding - usually in one of three ways:

1. Canceling or Postponing the Event2. Re-Engineering a Hybrid Physically Distanced Event Experience3. Converting to a Virtual Event ModelSocial events (whose goal is to help people to have fun) are proving harder to convert to a virtual event. Probably because when you take the "event" out of the "event" you can be left with, well - it can a little like nonalcoholic beer or decaffeinated coffee. It's good, you know..but, do you really need it?On the other side of events, you find the business of events (trade shows, conventions, fundraising events, meetings) where you have the largest organizations and companies in the world dedicating large portions of their marketing and advertising budgets to produce event marketing concepts, trade shows, meetings, conventions, and other consumer engagement strategies. And with each budgeted event, there was a planned return on investment (ROI) which is now lost or at risk - which has left companies challenged to innovate new ways of engaging stakeholders. Trade shows drive innovation, product launches sell products, sales conferences motivate sales forces and fundraising events fill community needs. So what now? We've got you covered for your next event! Posh Able Events along with our partner vendors, venues, and community partners are committed to designing an engaging event experience in which the safety and convenience of your guests are top of mind. Your customized Posh Able Event Plan includes a comprehensive COVID compliance protocol, a virtual event option, and contingency plans for your venue and vendors. 
January 13, 2021 – ORLANDO, FL - Today, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and District 5 Commissioner Regina I. Hill were joined by other members of the Orlando City Council and its development partner, Creative Village Development, LLC, to break ground on a new city-owned and city-managed park, Luminary Green at Creative Village.   The new 2.3-acre park will be a unique and special gathering space for residents, workers and students of Creative Village, Parramore and downtown Orlando.   “When we envisioned Creative Village more than 15 years ago, we envisioned a neighborhood that would provide residents with new paths to education, careers, business, housing and community,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “As you look around and see the new UCF Downtown and Valencia College Downtown campus, the new residential buildings that are completed or in progress, the EA Orlando Studio and now Luminary Green under construction, there is no denying – we have made great strides together in fulfilling that vision.” Luminary Green will showcase a large, welcoming lawn for residents, students, workers and visitors to gather, play and enjoy the outdoors. The lawn will host events for unorganized recreation and feature landscaped areas shaded with canopy trees and seating. Luminary Green will also include a dedicated area to feature the names of community luminaries – those who preceded us and whose legacies provided a light for our community to advance to where we are today and who still inspire us to look ahead and envision our community’s bright future. Initial luminaries will be named at the ribbon cutting for the park with the option to add more names in the future. The city is currently exploring ideas for the physical feature on which these names may be engraved, stamped or illuminated. “Since my first day in office, I have been committed to the revitalization of Parramore and all of District 5,” said District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill. “I am incredibly proud to break ground on this new park at Creative Village in Parramore, a park that will inspire residents to look ahead to the future but will also provide an opportunity to honor and recognize community luminaries who have come before us and whose legacies made a difference in our community.”The park will be activated with decorative and interactive light installations illuminating the park from day to night and will also include a large artistic circular trellis that will serve as the aesthetic cornerstone of the park and provide additional shaded area for park patrons. Luminary Green is located at Creative Village, a $1.5 billion public private partnership between the City of Orlando and its Master Developer, Creative Village Development, LLC to transform 68 acres of underutilized city-owned land into a mixed-use, Innovation District. “When we partnered with the city to help fulfill the vision for Creative Village, a key component of the master plan was for the park to be a flexible, diverse and inclusive public space for the community,” said Craig Ustler of Ustler Development and Creative Village Development, LLC. “These types of special urban places are vital as we continue to build out Creative Village as a mixed-use urban Innovation District.”The construction manager for Luminary Green is The Collage Companies and VHB provided design/engineering services. Construction on the park is expected to be completed in the second half of 2021.   For more information about Creative Village, please visit www.orlando.gov/Initiatives/Creative-Village. 

ORLANDO, FL – Kickoff for the 2020 FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 26, 2020 - televised by ESPN. The matchup between No. 12 Coastal Carolina and No. 23 Liberty will take place at Camping World Stadium.

ESPN Events and the Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) announced today that FBC Mortgage, LLC, will continue as the title sponsor of the Cure Bowl. Kickoff for the FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl is set for Saturday, Dec. 26, at noon ET on ESPN.

“We are honored to have FBC Mortgage continue to join us in the fight against cancer and its support of the Cure Bowl, a platform that has raised over $3.8 million for cancer research,” said Cure Bowl Executive Director and Orlando Sports Foundation CEO Alan Gooch.

FBC Mortgage is a top-20 National Mortgage Lender headquartered in Orlando, Florida. FBC is licensed in 48 states and has over 950 team members nationwide. FBC specializes in residential mortgage lending through retail and wholesale/correspondent channels and offers purchase, refinance, construction and renovation loans. Many of the nation’s largest real estate firms and builders rely on FBC for their mortgage needs, along with a large referral base of satisfied past customers.

“The FBC Mortgage team is once again proud to be the title sponsor of the 2020 FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl. Last year’s event was a huge success both on the field and off the field allowing all involved to promote awareness and raise funds for breast cancer research. The Cure Bowl helps FBC fulfill its mission of being an active supporter of causes that affect not only our team members but also members of the communities that we serve” stated Joe and Rob Nunziata, Co-CEO’s, FBC Mortgage, LLC.

The FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for cancer research. To date, the Cure Bowl has been used as a platform to generate over $3.8 million for cancer research. The total includes over $1.2 million in Breast Cancer Research Foundation grants that have been awarded to Orlando-based researcher Dr. Annette Khaled at the UCF College of Medicine.

 

About the Cure Bowl

The Cure Bowl is more than a game. It is a platform to raise awareness for cancer research and recognize those that are fighting cancer or have survived cancer. Funds raised from the Cure Bowl directly benefit cancer research organizations such as the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). Since 2015, the bowl has helped raise a collective $3.8 million dollars to benefit breast cancer research.

To learn more, visit CureBowl.com.

 

About FBC Mortgage

FBC Mortgage, LLC (“FBC”) is a Top 20 National Mortgage Lender headquartered in Orlando, Florida. FBC is licensed in 48 states and has over 950 team members nationwide.  FBC specializes in residential mortgage lending through our retail and wholesale/correspondent channels and offers purchase, refinance, construction, and renovation loans. Our focus is on providing our customers and business partners with industry best practices and service.  Many of the nation’s largest real estate firms and home builders rely on FBC for their mortgage needs, along with a large referral base of satisfied past customers.  FBC has won numerous national awards for our strong company culture and outstanding service, such as the Top 100 Mortgage Company, Best in Loan Delivery, Top Company for Working Families, and we are consistently ranked as a Best Place to Work.                          

To learn more about FBC Mortgage, LLC click here to see some of our “Awesome Videos”  http://www.fbchomeloans.com/videos

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