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RMA Contracted by City of Deltona FL – Will Provide Strategic Economic Development Plan

October 17th, 2018

RMA has been contracted by the City of Deltona in Florida to provide a strategic 5-year economic development plan for a Business Park and Manufacturing Related Recruitment. The award-winning firm’s scope of services, in addition to the plan, will also include relationship building with multiple partner organizations to ensure support of new initiatives and meetings…

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How Cities Are Rethinking (and Saving) Recycling

October 16th, 2018

The city of Kirkwood, Missouri, recently announced that it would continue curbside recycling for residents. This may not seem like big news, but the decision comes after a month of speculation that the service would need to be terminated — even as Mayor Tim Griffin committed to do “everything we can to save our curbside…

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Florida economic development firm, RMA awarded Management Contract by City of Cape Coral

October 16th, 2018

CAPE CORAL, Fla. /Florida Newswire/ — RMA (www.rma.us.com) today announced it has been selected by the City of Cape Coral, Florida to provide implementation management consulting services related to the Bimini Basin Implementation Plan. The award-winning economic development firm will provide a scope of services including investment attraction, property acquisition and the promotion of development…

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Halloween Spending Statistics, Facts and Trends

October 11th, 2018

Halloween retail spending will be $9 billion in 2018. It’s a little less than 2017’s record of $9.1 billion. Slightly fewer, 175 million, will celebrate. They will spend a record $86.79 per person, according to the National Retail Federation’s annual survey. One reason is that Halloween is a very affordable holiday. It doesn’t cost as much as Christmas or…

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Greenacres asking public for economic ideas on how to grow city

October 10th, 2018

By Kevin D. Thompson – Palm Beach Post Staff Writer via Palm Beach Post GREENACRES — In hopes of creating a better Greenacres, the city on Saturday is hosting its first public input meeting to gets residents’ thoughts on how Palm Beach County’s eighth largest city can grow. “We want to know from residents what…

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RMA On the Move

Members of the RMA team will be attending the following conferences in 2018:

  • April 30 - May 3 | Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America (Nashville, TN)
  • May 10 | "Meet Us Downtown" Real Estate Summit (Coral Springs, FL)
  • May 11 | 2018 West Palm Beach Development & Investment Forum (West Palm Beach, FL)
  • May 16 - 18 | Synergy Summit for Cultural & Heritage Tourism (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
  • May 30 - June 2 | FCCMA 2018 Annual Conference - Booth #105 (Orlando, FL)
  • June 22 | Hello Creatives! at the Café: Networking for Creatives & Entrepreneurs by Art Hive Magazine (West Palm Beach, FL)
  • August 16-18 | FLC Annual Conf. (Hollywood, FL)
  • August 26-28 | ICSC FL Conf. & Deal Making (Orlando, FL)
  • Oct 24 - 26 | FRA Annual Conference - Booth #TBD (Fort Myers, FL)

Welcome New RMA Team Members!

  • Lisa Bernard, Operations & Administrative Manager
  • Janice Pennington, Controller


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