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BUSINESS BRIEFS

The Bradway Group announces that it has moved its offices. The new mailing address is 1101 Channelside Drive, Suite 290, in Tampa.

The law firm of Fowler, White, Gillen, Boggs, Villareal and Banker, P.A., has elected R. Alan Higbee and Joseph K. Lopez to the firm's board of directors. Higbee is statewide department chair of the firm's business department and practices in the area of corporate, securities and finance. Lopez is a shareholder in the firm's casualty department. He practices in the area of personal injury, trial practice and property damage litigation.

Russell Adams Realty Inc. announces that Laura Torres has joined its staff. She is a graduate of the University of South Florida, holding a degree in mass communications.

Audio Visual Innovations announces that it has joined forces with Systems Manufacturing Corp. This partnership will allow SMC to answer the needs of integrating the latest in console design with a customer's audiovisual needs.

Bay Area Legal Services, a non-profit public interest law firm, announces a new fundraising initiative created to help increase additional revenue to help vulnerable clients. A committee of nine attorneys will assist in raising an additional $20,000 for Bay Area's annual fund of $165,000 for 2001.

Sol J. Fleischman, Jr., A.I.A., president of FleischmanGarcia Architecture Planning Interior Design, has been elected chairman of the board of the Hillsborough Education Foundation. The Foundation supports academic excellence for Hillsborough County School District teachers and students by securing private sector resources.

The law firm of Carlton Fields announces that Patricia Evans has joined the firm as its director of administration for the Tampa and St. Petersburg offices. Evans' responsibilities will center on the administration and operations of both offices. Her primary focus will be as advocate for the legal assistants, legal secretaries and administrative staff. Prior to joining the firm, she was the director of human resources for the Annis, Mitchell firm.

Mary Yvette Thomas, a Plant City commissioner, was recently appointed to the Tampa Bay History Center board of trustees. Since 1994, Thomas, a Plant City native, has served as a human relations specialist for the Hillsborough County School District.

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