Conlin completes AEPI LARGO – James Conlin recently completed the Advanced Estate Planning Institute, according to a press release from Raymond James’ Wealth, Retirement and Portfolio Solutions group.
Conlin is senior vice president, investments and branch complex manager at the West Bay Drive office of Raymond James and Associates Inc., member New York Stock Exchange/SIPC.
The AEPI is a three-day program for financial advisers on developing strategies and recognizing opportunities within the estate planning, philanthropy and wealth management process and how to leverage this new knowledge to serve the needs of their clients. Among the topics covered are the changing federal estate tax laws, strategies for high-net-worth families, long-term care alternatives, irrevocable trusts and charitable techniques.
Conlin has been with Raymond James for more than 20 years and in the financial industry for 30 years.
Westside Skate Shop relocates LARGO – After 16 years in Clearwater, Westside Skate Shop recently relocated to 475 Seminole Blvd. Owner John Montesi is excited about this location in the Largo Oaks Plaza as it has direct access to Bayhead Action Park, the City of Largo's new skate park. Westside Skate Shop sells skateboards, parts and gear and plans to attract pro skaters for autograph signings and demonstrations.
Peacock's Design and Consign to open LARGO – Peacock's Design and Consign will host its grand opening gala on Thursday, Sept. 26, 5 to 7 p.m., at 200 Clearwater-Largo Road N. The store features fine furnishings and home accessories and antiques. The grand opening event will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony sponsored by the Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce.
Largo Community Acupuncture to open LARGO – Largo Community Acupuncture will open its doors Tuesday, Oct. 1, in the Smart Sixty Six building, 12360 66th St. N. According to a press release, David Chambers moved here from Texas to start Largo Community Acupuncture. He graduated from Florida College of Integrative Medicine in 2009 with a master’s degree in Oriental medicine. He is licensed in the state of Florida as an acupuncture physician.
In a community setting, individuals are treated in a group setting of four to six people.
Largo Community Acupuncture also will treat veterans on Saturdays, noon to 4 p.m., for a donation. Conditions treated include but not limited to are Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, chronic issues and pain of all types for veterans. Visit www.largocommunityacupuncture.com.