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Old 02-17-2014, 06:34 AM
 
Location: Spring Hill Florida
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According to the Hernando Today, Cortez Commons (planned for the southwest corner of Mariner Boulevard and State Road 50) has already attracted the interest of 10 chains including Longhorn Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Bob Evans, Wawa, Dick’s Sporting Goods, DSW Shoe Warehouse, ULTA, Hobby Lobby, Mattress Firm and Vitamin Shoppe. Read the full story here: Cortez Commons retail center moves forward in Brooksville


According to the Hernando Today, Hobby Lobby is has officially committed to a store in the new Cortez Commons retail complex (on the southwest corner of Mariner Boulevard and State Road 50). Construction on the family-owned chain specializing in arts and crafts is expected to begin as early as the end of February and they are anticipating a fall 2014 opening. 30-40 local employees will be needed for various positions starting at $14 per hour for full-time positions and $9.50 an hour for part-time positions. You can read the full story at Hobby Lobby is first confirmed tenant in Cortez Commons.


Bonefish Grill is the second official tenant committed to the new Cortez Commons retail complex (on the southwest corner of Mariner Boulevard and State Road 50) according to the Hernando Today. The restaurant will seat nearly 200 and have an outdoor patio with tables. 80-100 employees will be needed sometime in 2014 when they are ready to open. Click here to check out their menu! The chain is undergoing a rebranding and Hernando’s restaurant will have the new look, so don’t expect the restaurant to mirror other Bonefish Grills that you’ve dined at. The parent group of Bonefish Grill also owns Outback and Carrabba’s which will be located right across the street. You can read the full story at Bonefish Grill is second tenant to commit to Cortez Commons


Star Video Productions is a bilingual company (habla español) that provides boradcast quality, full HD video production services, specializing in corporate videography and editing including script authoring, voice overs, and DVD creation. Born in South America, owner Andres E. Yepes came to the United States as an immigrant in 1981. Since then, he has dedicated his entire life to the video industry. He started with a basic video camcorder his father gave him when he was just 11 years old and graduated with honors from the International Academy of Design & Technology in Tampa. After more than 30 years following his dream and passion for video production, he has become a renowned and recognized expert in the video production industry, winning numerous awards and film festivals. He is also a professional voice over artist, editor, and director. He orchestrates each of his productions from start to finish. Star Video Productions offers digital television commercials, music videos, full length infomercials, corporate videos, internet/website commercials, infomercials, instructional videos, special events, and more. If you are interested in advertising your business with a professionally produced video call Andres Yepes at (727) 277-9807 to discuss pricing and options. You can also check out the links below for additional information and to see some of his work:
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Old 02-17-2014, 03:39 PM
 
Location: Spring Hill, Florida
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What's with the plug for Star Video Productions?

I've been keeping up on this and look forward to it.
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Old 02-17-2014, 03:58 PM
 
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What's with the plug for Star Video Productions?

I've been keeping up on this and look forward to it.
Seriously, sounds like stuff a college kid does with a MacBook pro and a dslr camera for $500.
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Old 02-17-2014, 04:55 PM
 
Location: Spring Hill Florida
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What's with the plug for Star Video Productions?

I've been keeping up on this and look forward to it.
haha. No plug, just one of the many new businesses we have here in Spring Hill.
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Old 02-17-2014, 09:37 PM
 
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Keep on growin', Spring Hill! Maybe then I can finally sell my house up there without taking a loss on it!
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Old 02-20-2014, 12:52 AM
 
Location: Tampa, Fl
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Another Florida city full of chains... Perfect! Let me know when McDonald's opens and we're in business.
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Old 02-20-2014, 06:09 AM
 
Location: Spring Hill Florida
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Another Florida city full of chains... Perfect! Let me know when McDonald's opens and we're in business.


Want to tell us where there arent chains? That is why they are chain stores. They are everywhere.
There buying power results in lower prices to the consumer.


The small independent retailer can't match the prices or the selection of a chain store. So goes life
in the USA.
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Old 02-20-2014, 06:14 AM
 
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yaay more chain restaurants...should add some culture to the area.
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Old 02-20-2014, 11:47 AM
 
Location: Spring Hill Florida
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yaay more chain restaurants...should add some culture to the area.
Plenty of "culture" here already and if you think a restaurant provides culture there is no reason to discuss it further with you.

If you are insinuating that there aren't non-chain restaurants here you are truly mistaken and ignorant on the situation and again, there would be no reason to discuss it further with you.
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Old 02-20-2014, 01:38 PM
 
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That's awesome news for you guys! I am jealous! I wish we could get some development like that going on down here in Riverview! We were supposed to have our mall SouthShore Commons break ground in 2012 and they still havent and still havent been able to find tenants to sign up, which I find hard to believe. Our area is full of upper and middle class families that would definitely support the businesses and are MORE than eager for them. We're all tired of having to go to Brandon for everything! Things are doing well all around us but Big Bend Rd continues to wait for some more shopping options and restaurants while surrounding towns move right along

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According to the Hernando Today, Cortez Commons (planned for the southwest corner of Mariner Boulevard and State Road 50) has already attracted the interest of 10 chains including Longhorn Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, Bob Evans, Wawa, Dick’s Sporting Goods, DSW Shoe Warehouse, ULTA, Hobby Lobby, Mattress Firm and Vitamin Shoppe. Read the full story here: Cortez Commons retail center moves forward in Brooksville


According to the Hernando Today, Hobby Lobby is has officially committed to a store in the new Cortez Commons retail complex (on the southwest corner of Mariner Boulevard and State Road 50). Construction on the family-owned chain specializing in arts and crafts is expected to begin as early as the end of February and they are anticipating a fall 2014 opening. 30-40 local employees will be needed for various positions starting at $14 per hour for full-time positions and $9.50 an hour for part-time positions. You can read the full story at Hobby Lobby is first confirmed tenant in Cortez Commons.


Bonefish Grill is the second official tenant committed to the new Cortez Commons retail complex (on the southwest corner of Mariner Boulevard and State Road 50) according to the Hernando Today. The restaurant will seat nearly 200 and have an outdoor patio with tables. 80-100 employees will be needed sometime in 2014 when they are ready to open. Click here to check out their menu! The chain is undergoing a rebranding and Hernando’s restaurant will have the new look, so don’t expect the restaurant to mirror other Bonefish Grills that you’ve dined at. The parent group of Bonefish Grill also owns Outback and Carrabba’s which will be located right across the street. You can read the full story at Bonefish Grill is second tenant to commit to Cortez Commons


Star Video Productions is a bilingual company (habla español) that provides boradcast quality, full HD video production services, specializing in corporate videography and editing including script authoring, voice overs, and DVD creation. Born in South America, owner Andres E. Yepes came to the United States as an immigrant in 1981. Since then, he has dedicated his entire life to the video industry. He started with a basic video camcorder his father gave him when he was just 11 years old and graduated with honors from the International Academy of Design & Technology in Tampa. After more than 30 years following his dream and passion for video production, he has become a renowned and recognized expert in the video production industry, winning numerous awards and film festivals. He is also a professional voice over artist, editor, and director. He orchestrates each of his productions from start to finish. Star Video Productions offers digital television commercials, music videos, full length infomercials, corporate videos, internet/website commercials, infomercials, instructional videos, special events, and more. If you are interested in advertising your business with a professionally produced video call Andres Yepes at (727) 277-9807 to discuss pricing and options. You can also check out the links below for additional information and to see some of his work:
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