Boulevard Tire Center
Since 1968, Boulevard Tire Center has serviced the automotive repair and tire and wheel needs of individual customers and commercial businesses throughout Florida including Volusia County, Lake County, and Flagler County. Over the past 45 years we have expanded into 8 retail locations, 18 commercial sales and service facilities, and 5 state-of-the-art Bandag Retread Tire Manufacturing plants. We are focused on tomorrow’s solutions today.
De La Vega Restaurante Y Galeria
Flavor is Passion…Savor the Difference. Vibrant Latin Good.
Celebrate life with food, wine, community and healthy living. If your diet is vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free, you won’t be limited in our menu choices. Select from a wide variety of flavorful food made to fit your lifestyle.
Creating Powerful Communities means powering the lives of our customers and the vitality of our communities with over $30 million in charitable grants each year. The Duke Energy Foundation is committed to making strategic investments to build powerful communities where nature and wildlife thrive, students can excel and a talented workforce drives economic prosperity for all.
ECHO VOLUSIA COUNTY
The Volusia ECHO program, generated by a grassroots initiative, resulted from a citizen approved referendum passed November 7, 2000. Volusia ECHO provides grant funds to finance acquisition, restoration, construction or improvement of projects to be used for environmental, cultural, historical and outdoor recreational purposes. For 20 years, ECHO helped Volusia County construct important cultural and outdoor recreational projects, save endangered historic buildings and provide environmental education projects. On November 3, 2020, 72% of Volusia County voters cast their ballot to continue the program for an additional 20 years.
E.O. Painter Printing Company
The origin of E. O. Painter Printing Company began with the newspaper Florida Agriculturalist. Organized in 1873 the Agriculturalist began publication in Jacksonville, Florida under the guidance of Charles Walton. In 1883 Johnston moved to Deland, Florida to begin his own newspaper the Orange Ridge Echo.In 1904 the business formally incorporated under the name E. O. Painter Printing Company and today is located in Deleon Springs, Florida. Since 1904 Sydney Johnston and his descendants have been both owners and managers of E. O. Painter Printing Company. Today the business is guided by Johnston’s grandson Sidney Dick Johnston and two of his great grandsons Jeffrey and Mark Johnston as well as Jeffrey’s wife Donna. The foundation of our longevity is based in using quality products, first class service, and competitive pricing. Our products range from digital commercial printing and fulfillment to book production.
Florin | Roebig, Trial Attorneys
Since 1986, Wil Florin and Tommy Roebig have repeatedly obtained record-setting multiple million-dollar jury verdicts on behalf of clients in some of the nation’s most conservative jurisdictions. The attorneys of Florin | Roebig offer clients a broad scope of knowledge combined with quality work at reasonable fees. Their dedicated attorneys and staff members pride themselves on giving personal attention to each client, specifically tailored to their legal needs.
Greene Realty, Solomon Greene
Greene Realty was founded in 1978 as a family owned full-service real estate brokerage in DeLand, Florida. Since inception, Greene Realty has been the first choice for property buyers and sellers in West Volusia County. Greene Realty’s licensed Realtors actively represent buyers and sellers in the communities of DeLand, Orange City, Debary, Lake Helen, Deltona, De Leon Springs and surrounding enclaves. In addition to representation of buyers and sellers in typical real estate transactions, the agents of Greene Realty leverage the firm’s extensive experience to assist customers navigate more difficult transactions, such as foreclosures, short-sales, estates, and other scenarios where specific knowledge is paramount.
The Junior Service League of DeLand
The Junior Service League of DeLand is non-profit charitable organization of women that has been committed to the improvement of our community through effective volunteerism and fundraising for over 85 years. We are active, dedicated women who are pledged to making a difference in our community by reaching out to those the most in need and educating ourselves regarding community issues and leadership.
Mainstreet Community Bank
At Mainstreet Community Bank of Florida, we are dedicated to the communities we serve. We are proud to provide exceptional products and services, along with superior customer service. We take pride in our team members who understand and respond to economic and social issues that affect our community and our neighbors. Our bank is rooted by a commitment to meeting the financial needs of our community. We believe that in order to truly serve
Publix Supermarket Charities
We believe in giving back. We support organizations that focus on youth, education, reducing hunger, and alleviating homelessness. Donations for school clubs and teams will be made payable to your qualified school, not to booster clubs. Please be sure that your school is registered, and that you apply on behalf of the school when making these requests.
Robertson Advisory, Inc.
Practicing in DeLand since 1993, Tom Robertson is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional, a Professional Plan Consultant™ and offers financial planning as an Investment Advisor Representative of Robertson Advisory Inc. a Registered Investment Advisor of the State of Florida. Tom also offers securities as a Registered Representative and advisory services as an Investment Advisor Representative of LPL Financial a Registered Investment Advisor.
United Parachute Technology
For more than three decades, Bill Booth’s companies have designed and manufactured 69,000+ quality Harness/Container Systems to skydivers all over the world. In 1983, Booth received the prestigious Parachute Equipment Industry Association Achievement Award. The Federation Aeronautic International awarded him the 1984 Gold Medal for outstanding achievement in parachute safety design, the highest award available in his field. Consistent innovators and perfectionists, our engineers continued to make improvements to the production and design of our production 2005 United Parachute Technologies bought the assets of Relative Workshop. United Parachute Technologies continues the tradition of excellence and detail.
Volusia County Florida
With its art centers and museums, theaters, concerts, historical collections, libraries, and public art, Volusia County fosters active programs through the Cultural Council of Volusia County (CCVC). The CCVC was created by the Volusia County Council in 1989. It is recognized as a Local Arts Agency for Volusia County, pursuant to F.S. §265.283, by the Florida Department of State Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. The Volusia County Council traditionally has appropriated more than $600,000 in operating grants for local cultural and heritage organizations. This funding has enabled the CCVC to provide support to more than 30 cultural and historical organizations that serve more than 1 million people. Find out more information about the Community Cultural Grant program.
Wells Fargo’s vision, values and goals are clear about our desire to be a leader in corporate citizenship and to make a positive contribution to our local communities through our philanthropic giving and volunteerism. We know that our long-term success is directly linked to the success of our customers and the communities we serve. Our top priority, as a company, continues to be to rebuild trust with all of our stakeholders. We have made substantial progress in our work to build a better bank, and we continue to push forward on those efforts. The work we do in collaboration with local nonprofit organizations like Museum of Art- DeLand is a big step on our journey.
The West Volusia Beacon
The West Volusia Beacon newspaper was founded in 1992 by three DeLand-area residents who wanted to assure that the communities of DeLand, Lake Helen, Orange City, DeBary, Deltona, Pierson, DeLeon Springs and Seville would have a locally owned newspaper. The Beacon reports local news from these communities and the surrounding environs. Our mission is to unite community members with shared information, to empower them through knowledge, and to help local businesses succeed by offering affordable marketing solutions. We point out the positive, but don’t shy away from holding public officials accountable, and shining our Beacon light on community problems, to enable the community to work together to solve those problems.
ZOM Holding, Inc. develops luxury multifamily real estate properties in the United States. It develops apartment units, mixed use complexes and other multifamily projects. The company was founded in 1977 and is based in Orlando, Florida. It has additional offices in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; McLean, Virginia; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Dallas, Texas.