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    Market Analysis Introduction The College of Central Florida was established in 1957 with a vision to improve the educational opportunities in the counties of Marion, Citrus and Levy. The campus is located between downtown Ocala, Florida and Interstate 75. The college has grown and has multiple satellite campuses serving communities throughout Citrus and Levy counties. The college provides a wide variety of Associate, Baccalaureate and certificate programs to meet the needs of any prospective student. According to the U.S. Department of Education, the college is ranked 20th in affordability and has one of the best student to teacher ratios in Florida with an average of 28 students to each teacher. In 2010, the college started to offer bachelor’s…

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    I would love to have an opportunity to work for the Florida hospital. Contrary to many in my business class I am a health major minoring in business. I want to work for a hospital, and the Florida hospital is my main interest in The Central Florida area. The Florida hospital is a non- profit organization. It is well known hospital. It stared in the early 1900’s by a group of missionaries. As years went by the hospital which back then was a farmhouse turn out to be this successful company in…

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    The University of Central Florida has been recognized by Princeton Review as one of the Top 50 for “Best Colleges, Best Value” and the most engaged university in Florida by the UCF Staff. This school is always ‘Under Construction Forever’ and is looking for ways to better prepare its students for the future. I chose to apply to the University of Central Florida because I feel that it’s more than a school, it’s a way to develop myself. While I went on my first college tour in the second year of…

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    Choose Your Florida Retirement Destination It’s easy to push retirement to the perimeter of our minds when life is busy with family, careers, commitments and other adult priorities. But it’s never wise to allow retirement to slip out of sight. Regardless of whether it looms sooner or later, you should consider how and where you’d like to spend it. Read on for our suggestions on choosing Florida as your retirement destination. Why Florida? Let’s assume you want to be here, or that Florida is…

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    Gulf Coast Geography

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    Gulf Coast Agriculture Citrus, sugar cane, and rice are the major specialty crops grown on the Gulf Coast. Sugar cane is grown primarily in Louisiana and Texas. [Other than southern Florida] this is the only place in the 48 contiguous states where sugar cane can be grown, because of its need for abundant rainfall (over 50 inches/year) and its sensitivity to frost. Mild winters also make the Gulf Coast region a major supplier of vegetables to the northeastern US in the winter months. Amenity…

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    College Research Paper Choosing a college can be a very difficult decision. There are many things to consider when narrowing down the choices. Everyone has different aspects that are important to them as well as different schools they are interested in. Personally, I am interested in factors like location and school size. In this essay, I will examine three schools: University of South Florida (USF), University of Central Florida (UCF), and SUNY at Stony Brook University—SUNY. USF is located…

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    Risks There are several hazards within the community. However, with reference to the risks from the environment - air pollution is a huge concern. In Central Florida, apart from the SunRail and Lynx, most of the community members use cars for their means of transportation. With that, it exposes them to perilous agents in air. In fact, it was stated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, that exposure to air pollution can cause numerous effects on human health. World…

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    What Is Empire Corsa Club

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    Empire Corsa Club: An exotic and ultra-luxury auto leasing club in Florida. Public Profile Empire Corsa Club – For the Car Enthusiast 3-5 sentence “quick pitch” outlining key takeaways that will be explored in more depth within the body of the profile. Empire Corsa Club is South Florida’s most prestigious exotic and ultra-luxury auto leasing club. Our members-only car leasing club allows clients to enjoy ultra-luxury brands, such as Rolls Royce and Bentley, and exotic varieties, such as…

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    Zephyrhills: A Case Study

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    through Zephyrhills, Florida where you will find plenty of southern hospitality and fun things to do within easy reach. There are also a lot of homes for sale Zephyrhills, FL for those who are interested in finding an economical way to invest their savings. About Zephyrhills Zephyrhills is a part of Pasco County, Florida. It was founded in 1910 and was originally supposed to be a location for Civil War veterans to live and relax. It is located in central Florida and it is considered a suburb…

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    INTRODUCTION Since before the British occupation of Florida (1763-1783), continuing throughout the second Spanish occupation (1783-1821), and unto the American occupation (1821), Creeks and many other southeastern Indian tribes, driven out of their homelands including escaping wars and colonial expansion, migrated to Florida. Although many other Indian tribes previously inhabited the peninsula, European diseases and wars devastated Florida’s Native population. Those few who survived: Timucua,…

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