Teal Deals Certificate Book promotion
September 09, 2011
It really is Go Time, isnt’ it? The Jacksonville Jaguars began their regular season Sunday, Sept. 11, against the Tennessee Titans with no television blackout. 

And there's more Jaguars excitement!

For a limited time, you can purchase the TealDeals certificate book, a $3,000 value of gift certificates from local businesses, for only $50. Previously, only Jaguars season ticket owners could purchase this certificate book so be sure to take advantage of this generous offer. This offer can only be purchased on doubletakedeals.com.

Mayor Alvin Brown enourages Jaguar ticket sales.
September 07, 2011
Mayor Alvin Brown led a crowd of roughly 1,500 business and community leaders on a chant of “no blackouts” during the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual Jaguars Kickoff Luncheon.

“We want to sell out every game,” said Mayor Brown. “My goal is to channel all of our resources to ensure this city and the Jaguars are as successful as possible. We want to be sure that when the Jaguars win, North Florida wins.”

August 22, 2011

The guide has advice on what to do before, during and after a storm, important phone numbers and a disaster supply check list.

Make sure your family and your business have a hurricane and disaster plan in place.  You can find  the Florida Division of Emergency Management’s Business Disaster Plan here.
 


August 19, 2011
Mayor Alvin Brown issued an executive order naming the first Education Commissioner for the City of Jacksonville.

The office is designed to serve as a bridge between City Hall and Duval County Public Schools with a mission to increase graduation rates and better prepare Jacksonville’s youths for the 21st Century job market. The office will have no executive powers over the school system but will serve a crucial supportive function to raise private money and rally community support at a time the schools are facing cutbacks.
August 11, 2011
The Duval County Health Department (DCHD) continues its mosquito-borne illness alert for Duval County. Additional human cases of West Nile Virus (WNV) have been confirmed and there is a heightened concern that additional residents will become ill. Duval County has eight confirmed cases of WNV in 2011.

August 04, 2011
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown welcomed an announcement Thursday that Jacksonville was selected as a site for a team in the new North American Lacrosse League (NALL) that begins play in January 2012.  "We are thrilled to welcome the North American Lacrosse League to Jacksonville," he said.  "I have long touted Jacksonville's attraction as a sports hub, and lacrosse will be a wonderful addition to the multiple sports franchises we already have in our city."
July 29, 2011

Mayor Alvin Brown, accompanied by Councilmember Lori Boyer and San Marco business owners, today toured the city’s San Marco Streetscape project and six area small businesses.

July 08, 2011
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown today announced additional members of his administration, bolstering the team of high-caliber professionals previously announced.
(l-r) Mayor Alvin Brown, Donald "Donnie" Horner Jr., Michelle Barth, Karen Bowling, Jessica Deal, Mario Rubio, Angela Spears and Mia Jones.
June 30, 2011
Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown  named key members of his administration, announcing a team of high-caliber professionals that represent one of the most diverse management teams in city history.
June 29, 2011
The Ritz Theatre and Museum will host a press conference to announce the debut of its newest exhibit, “More Than a Game: African American Sports in Jacksonville, 1900-1975.”
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