Editor's note: Due to the upcoming holidays, all submissions for Business Digest for Nov. 24 and Dec. 1 must be turned in by noon
The office staff of West Coast Eye of Lecanto recently attended Vision Preview 2003 in Fort Lauderdale. The conference included the latest updates in optical and contact lens technology. The trade show highlighted the latest products available. Those attending were Brandi Bescher, SaundraMercuri and Mindy Tillman.
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RE/MAX Realty One has announced that the Paul Werling sales team closed more than $2-million in residential homes during September, bringing their yearly total to more than $13-million.
Habitat for Humanity has opened a new "Everything for the Home" thrift store at 3685 E Forest Drive, just west of Inverness. All profits from the store's sales will help underwrite Habitat's efforts to provide affordable housing for low-income families in the county. To donate items or to inquire about volunteering, call 341-1800.
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The public is encouraged to make inquiries at the Florida Division of Consumer Affairs in Tallahassee at 1-800-435-7352 or the Better Business Bureau of Winter Park at 1-800-275-6614 to check on a business or make a complaint. The Better Business Federation of Citrus County has gone out of business.
_ If you have any announcements to share with our readers, please mail the details to Gail Hollenbeck, Citrus Times, 301 W Main St., Inverness, FL 34450. To appear in the Business Digest, announcements must be received by noon on the previous Tuesday. They may also be faxed to (352) 860-7320.