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Taylor Day Recognized As Seminole 100

Taylor Day Recognized As Seminole 100

Taylor Day was recognized during Florida State University’s 2nd Annual Seminole 100 Celebration on March 2 at FSU’s University Center Club in Doak Campbell Stadium. Alumnus and Shareholder Bo Boyd accepted the award on behalf of Taylor Day and its two other Seminole alumni, Shareholders David Gagnon and Christopher Mueller. To qualify for the Seminole 100, a company must have been in business for at least three years and must be owned or majority managed by an FSU alumnus for three consecutive years prior to nomination. “The remarkable success of these business owners reflects well on the university, and we are incredibly proud that they are Florida State alumni,” said Melissa Roberts, managing director of the Jim Moran Institute. “Seminole 100 is our way of recognizing entrepreneurial excellence among our alumni, and it helps fulfill Florida State’s goal of becoming a preeminent university that embraces entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation across campus.”

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Taylor Day Welcomes Mayoral Candidate Anna Lopez Brosche

Taylor Day Welcomes Mayoral Candidate Anna Lopez Brosche

On Monday, March 4th, founding member John Taylor stopped by with Jacksonville City Councilwoman and mayoral candidate, Anna Brosche for a firm meet-and-greet. In 2015, Ms. Brosche was elected to the Jacksonville City Council, At-Large Group 1, and became the first Asian-American council member in Jacksonville and the first Filipino-American City Council Member in the state of Florida. In 2017, she was elected by her peers to serve a 1-year term as the President of the City Council, where she championed open government, Jacksonville’s civil rights history, and inclusiveness. On March 19th, she will face off against incumbent Mayor Lenny Curry. Learn more about Anna and her campaign by following her on Twitter at @AnnaBrosche.

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