Tambone at Tradition Center for Commerce
It's not too late to get involved in this rapidly-growing area!
The Tradition Center for Commerce (TCC) is located at an I-95 exit and is just 4.5 miles from Florida's Turnpike!
The TCC is undergoing thoughtful Master Planning to maximize the success of the largest tract of developable land in South Florida!
Parcels C/D offer a combined 3.24 AC, Village Parkway frontage, and have many potential uses, including Office and Medical.
The Tradition Center for Commerce offers easy access, supportive local government, and a great local workforce in South Florida's 3rd Largest City.
Port St. Lucie Annual Update Luncheon
Join the St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce at the Annual Port St. Lucie Update Luncheon taking place at the Treasure Coast Business Summit & Expo, Thursday, October 15th at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Event Center.
Port St. Lucie City Manager Russ Blackburn will discuss the state of the City of Port St. Lucie and the future projects for residents to look forward to.
Tambone Companies Supports Charity Golf Tournament
Tambone Companies is proud to support The Treasure Coast Hope For The Homeless Foundation Charity Golf Tournament! The tournament takes place on October 24th.
The charity golf tournament helps to make their mission possible which is to provide low income and homeless families the basic life essentials needed in order to be clean, safe, and warm.
St. Lucie County Offers Financial Assistance with Minor Car Repairs
The St. Lucie County Human Services Division is offering minor auto repair for those currently employed or seeking employment, attending school or with ongoing medical appointments. This program is available to St. Lucie County residents who are in need of small repairs such as batteries, tires, water hoses, brakes, engine belts, etc. Residents can receive up to $500 toward repairs from a licensed auto shop.
Florida Remains in Phase 3
On October 7th, Gov. Ron DeSantis’s Director of Communications, Fred Picolo, Jr. confirmed that according to the governor’s office, stadiums are now allowed to operate at full capacity. This is part of DeSantis’ phase three reopening for the State. According to the Phase 3 plan:
Large Sporting Events – Large spectator sporting events could consider reducing capacity with limited social distancing protocols.