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SEPTEMBER 3, 2004 PAGE 15 PARK--HilIary and presi- ting, a' ertising recently launch of her .com forefront of the industry, Hillary Bressler site for the promoting her public speaking services. The w.hillary is to inform and those seek- 3erts about d for educa- local a nationally investment advi- president and Pru- ities, recently rari Sun- corpo- Located in Ferrari Sunbelt office, Central of Sunbelt isors, the largest .g- operation an Orlando area ce 1979, has co- investment a syndicated column, has first tion about the ever-changing Internet world, Bressler aims to fill the void as an informed expert and speaker. Bressler, CEO and president of .Corn Marketing, lectures nationwide on the topics of In- ternet marketing, advertising and search engine placement. She speaks at conferences, corporations, events, orga- nizations and workshops, and offers Internet market- ing consultation. "Attendees like my presentations because I use real life case studies. I tell it like it is with no fluff or hidden information. People go home with real solutions that they can implement to see results," says Bressler. Bressler entered the In- ternet marketing industry in late 1995, and has been a pioneer in raising companies to the next level of sales on the internet. She has been speak- ing to groups since the incep- tion of .Corn Marketing. The company's linear focus and commitment to excellence have earned a place among the nation's top 100 interactive agencies as ranked by Ad Age Magazine Com Marketing offers a comprehensive menu of services. From interactive strategic planning, to online media buying and sponsor- ships, and from aggressive search engine positioning to e-mail services. ',SS a been a featured speaker at "The Money Show" seminars, and a guest on CNBC business TV shows. David Brown, vice- president of Ferrari Sunbelt, notes that, "Mr. Finberg's credentials also include hav- ing personally purchased, operated, and sold several businesses here in Florida." At Ferrari Sunbelt, Finberg will work with local, national and international clients seek- ing to sell their businesses, and individuals or companies seeking to acquire businesses, in the Central Florida area. Franco Ferrari, President of Ferrari Sunbelt Business Bro- kers and the host of the radio show, "The Business Advisor," adds, "We are obviously very pleased that Lee has come aboard. More importantly, we are confident that clients who wish to purchase or sell a business here in Central Florida will be, too." Ferrari Sunbelt is the exclusive franchise office of Sunbelt Business Advisors, the world's largest Busi- ness Brokerage/Mergers & Acquisition organization, with 330 offices in the U.S. and abroad. Ferrari Sunbelt Business Brokers operates offices in Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, Brevard, Indian River and Lake counties. Established in 1997, the company has mar- keted more than 300 Web sites and serves clients around the globe, includ- ing MP3.com, Marriott & Renaissance Offshore Resorts, Tribune, Nestle, Daytona Beach and Kis- simmee Convetion and Visitors Bureaus, and Toll- man Hundley Hotels. .Corn Marketing has re- ceived numerous awards, including two national Web MarketingAssociationAwards for Excellence and an eTravel World Award. The company is headquartered in Orlando, Florida. Its Web site is http: //www.commarketing.com, Orlando Magazine's '50 Most Powerful lists Hal Kantor Orlando Magazine polled community leaders to help compile their list of the "50 Most Powerful People" in Or- lando. Featured in the July 2004 issue, Hal Kantor was selected as one of the top fifty as well as described as "the town's leading land-use at- torney." Kantor, name part- ner with Lowndes, Drosdick, Duster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. is described as being significant in "the big business of land in Orlando." The magazine said, "Deciding what to do with it can mean the difference Jackie Ossin, abusiness bro- ker based in Central Florida, has sold over 100 companies in the past six years. "Busi- ness brokerage is extremely popular in Central Florida right now," Ossin said. "Buy- ing a business is simply the best alternative if a person is unable to find a high paying top eBay drop-off Ossin recently started her own business brokerage in Florida open for business QuikDrop Florida its first The re- been overwhelm- such as James Spurs from his estate }2 over Shown here (l-r): Manager KEVIN CROTTY and owners TRACEY KELLER and FRED JOHNSON. cars, jewelry, s, mountain bikes, :ollectibles and ght store. The off its first in August. Both and in- lines have visit www.quikdrop.com or visit the Casselberry store at 1048 State Road 436 (corner of Red Bug Lake Road and 436 in the Greater Marketplace). Six billion dollars in com- merce is conducted monthly over eBay and 16 million people shop on eBay every day. There are 105 million active users, but only 8 percent have ever sold on eBay. QuikDrop, serving businesses and the community, is the gateway to eBay. firm, Crowne Atlantic Prop- erties, LLC, after completing )rap has already QuikDrop is a franchise of eBay drop-off stores that sells items on eBay for people and businesses. The company will be putting 16 more locations in Central Florida. QuikDrop will also be aggressively expanding into South Florida, with 21 additional stores in that area. For franchise information, contact Fred Johnson at 407- 478-QUIK (7845) or email QuikDropFlorida@aol.com. For information on QuikDrop, known as Saving Face: A Medical Spa, and has added intense pulse light permanent hair reduction, alongwith ul- trasound facial rejuvenation and FDA approved light-based therapy for acne. on sev- fundraising mtral Florida. ngwith and raise money nity. It is easy an item eBay, go straight between farmland and a major housing de- velopment. For the property owner, the HAL difference KANTOR can mean millions. Hal Kantor has established himself as the town's lead- ing land-use attorney. He not only knows the law, but also knows every elected of- ficial who decides what to do with it." Orlando Magazine wrote about their strategy in the selection of the "50 Most Powerful People" saying, "it was not to be a list of people who do good things, or who necessarily help the commu- nity, or who are involved in lots of community activities." The main criteriawere, "Who could pick up the telephone and get the governor on the line? Whose telephone call would you return first? Who would you not want to cross, and who would you want on your side in a major battle?" ) l) ' aro il Pace has been a plastic and reconstructive li!i%l e teenter since 1997. plastic surgeon. The office I[ ~.tqso~ d by Debbie Safra, is located in the Physicians fit", :~Uaesthetician Savm l~hasrecen " g Plaza at 521 State Road 434, |]. r~ed uymoveoanu Suite 106, Longwood, FL g ~qka~s with Dr. Saulius 32750. kas, aboardcert~fied The new location is now ;S a$4 million transaction with Cy- bertest, Inc. in Orlando. "One of the biggest difficul- JACKIE ties I have OSSIN is finding businesses to sell," Ossin said. "I always have plenty of buyers waiting for a perfect business to come their way." In the past, Ossin won many awards in other brokerage firms that she worked with, such as "Agent of the Year" in 2003. Her father, Archie Ossin, and her brother, Lee Ossin, also work with her as business brokers. Ossin is also heavily in- volved in the local community as she gives periodic business lectures at Rollins College, and she is also involved in Jewish Community associa- tions such as Or Hadash. New t e & Eichenblatt The Orlando law firm of Page & Eichenblatt is ex- panding. The firm has added a new partner and changed its name to Page, Eichenblatt, Bernbaum & Bennett. Brian W. Bennett joins the firm after more than four years at Gronek & Latham, LLP. Bennett brings a new line of expertise to the personal injury firm; commercial and construction litigation. He ex- pands his civil trial practice to include the prosecution of complex tort and negligence actions. Prior to earning his law degree, Bennett worked in the fields of civil en- gineering and general construc- BRIAN tion. BENNETT It has been a year of change for Page, Eichen- blatt, Bernbaum & Bennett. The firm moved its office to The BeardalI House. The house, located at 214 E. Lu- cerne Circle, was once the residence of Mayor William Beardall, Orlando's mayor during World War If. Page, Eichenblatt, Bern- baum & Bennett is a firm of civil trial lawyers well known for extensive ex- perience in civil litigation at the trial and appellate levels. The firm provides representation for individu- als who suffer injuries as a result of the negligent acts of others and representa- tion for clients involved in commercial and construc- tion litigation. Nebel and an law firm win pro bono award of excellence Justice Charles Wells of the Florida Su- preme Court recentlypre- sented the Law Firm MICHAEL E. Award of NEBEL Excellence to Michael E. Nebel and his partner, .John Bachman, for their work as guardian ad litem in Orange County. Over the years the firm has handled more than eighty guardian ad litem cases, representing abandoned, abused and ne- glected children. The firm, located in down- town Orlando, has the highest possible rating from Martin- dale- H ubbell, a company that evaluates attorneys across the country. The firm specializes in Workers' Compensation, Personal Injuryand Social Se- curity Law. Michael E.Nebel is also a certified Circuit Court mediator and has conducted over 6,000 mediations. Nebel lives in Winter Park with his wife, Sandee and their three children, Sam, Jake and Alex.