Nutrition store opens PALM HARBOR – Gulf Coast Nutrition, a full-service health supplement store, recently opened at 2906 Alt. U.S. 19 in the Publix Shopping Center at the corner of Alderman Road. The store sells supplements, sports supplement items, nutritional and diagnostic testing. For more information, call 754-2900 or visit www.GulfCoastNutrition.com.
House of Bugs opens new site PALM HARBOR – Geiger’s House of Bugs recently opened a new location at 3438 East Lake Road in the East Lake Woodlands Plaza. The business offers do-it-yourself alternatives to keep homes pest and termite free. Call 785-2030.
Catering business celebrates 25th PALM HARBOR – Delectables Fine Catering, 969 Virginia Ave., recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. The business is a full service fine catering company that specializes in memorable wedding events, corporate gatherings and elegant parties. According to a press release, the business has been given many awards of recognition throughout the years, and continues to stay on top with recent awards in the catering industry. For information, email Michele Whitaker at email@example.com or call 781-1200.
Paradise Nails, Spa opens PALM HARBOR – Paradise Nails and Spa opened recently at 30602 U.S. 19 N. in Curlew Plaza. For appointments and information, call 771-3690 or 400-4792.
Synovus names senior VP PALM HARBOR – David J. Mitchell has joined the Synovus Bank of Florida’s commercial banking team as senior vice president and senior manager of commercial banking. Mitchell also serves as team leader for the bank’s mid-commercial banking unit. He is based at the bank’s Palm Harbor banking center. Mitchell brings more than 23 years of experience to his role at Synovus. He has served in a number of key positions within the financial services industry, including executive management and business development. Most recently he served as commercial banking relationship manager for BB&T in Tampa. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Maryland.
Palm Harbor business changes name PALM HARBOR – QuickBooks for Small Business, located in Palm Harbor, recently changed its name to SunCoast Accountants.
“While the majority of our clients utilize QuickBooks accounting software, clients also look to us for our expertise in tax preparation, construction accounting, and IRS representation.” said Virginia Peńa in a press release. Peńa is president of SunCoast Accountants.
SunCoast Accountants offers services to individuals, self-employed, small businesses and entrepreneurs, including contractor financial statements for bonding, QuickBooks consulting, tax preparation, tax planning, and IRS resolution. For information, visit www.SunCoastAccountants.com.
Covington Who’s Who selects Lee PALM HARBOR – Victor Lee, chairman and chief executive officer of C2I Business Consulting LLC, has been selected as a featured member of the Covington Who’s Who Executive and Professional Registry. The selection recognizes Lee’s commitment to excellence in business and management consulting.
A retired U.S. Army veteran, Lee’s company has three primary business units: grant research, writing and administration group; strategic business planning group; and strategic human resources group. C2I’s primary purpose is to assist and facilitate client ideas and enhance growth from conception to inception, hence the name C2I. He has many years of experience in human resources, having served as an HR director, regional HR manager, global HR manager, and senior HR manager in Fortune 500 Companies.
Lee is currently a member of The Gerson Lehrman Group, which connects businesses and individuals to people with the insights to empower better decisions. His primary client groups are private investors, venture capitalist, and entrepreneurs in search of business opportunities globally in which to invest.