Central Station – June 2008

Cuhaci & Peterson Architects of Orlando and Avid Group present a check to Hospice Foundation of America


Cuhaci & Peterson Architects of Orlando and AVID Group, a civil engineering firm in Tampa and Orlando, present a check in the amount of $11,000 to Hospice Foundation of America. The contribution represents proceeds from the annual AVID–Cuhaci & Peterson Golf Tournament held at Walt Disney World. The check was presented in memory of the late Jason Kmiec, an AVID Group engineer with the Tampa office and resident of Gainesville, who passed away due to cancer. Shown (left to right) are Murray Biullon and Steven Stuebs of AVID Group, David Abrams of Hospice Foundation of America, Jed Downs, and Michael Lynch of Cuhaci & Peterson.

Tip Money Donated To United Health Care Children’s Foundation


CELEBRATION, FL.– Two beverage girls who served some 68 golfers during the recent United Health Care Children’s Foundation Golf Tournament at Celebration Golf Club donated all their tips – $208 – to United Health Care Children’s Foundation.

Gene Garrote, vice president of Celebration Golf Company, said the beverage girls – Heather Parks and Liz Renn – are highly valued workers. Parks joined the Celebration Golf Club staff more than one year ago and Renn nearly two years ago.

“The amount might not seem like much, but Heather and Liz worked hard all day to earn it. For them it was a magnificent gesture and all of us at Celebration Golf Club are very moved by their generosity,” said Garrote.

West Coast Trends sues Armor Gear for Patent Infringement


HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – West Coast Trends, Inc., makers of the Club Glove, the Number One travel bag in golf, has filed a lawsuit against Armor Gear, LLC, and its supplier Uneka Concepts, Inc., in the Eastern District Court of Texas for patent infringement. West Coast Trends owns the invention described in United States Patent No. 7,19,902 entitled “Flexible Travel Bag With Integrated Support to Protect Bag From Wear.” The patent is directed to a travel bag, such as for golf, fabricated of a flexible material such as nylon combined with a specialized rigid support. The patented travel bag is sold by West Coast Trends under the trademark Club Glove. The Complaint alleges that Armor Gear’s Big Kahuna, Big Kahuna II, and Rolling Sherpa IIz travel bags infringe the ‘902 patent.
“We will protect our intellectual property vigorously,” stated Jeff Herold, President, West Coast Trends, Inc. “There are more companies on our list that we will be contacting soon.”

Toll Brothers’ Name, Reputation, Experience: Reasons To Buy With Confidence


DELRAY BEACH, FL. – Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, has a well-established brand, reputation for excellence, and 41 years of experience behind the single-family homes, estate homes, townhomes and condominiums it sells and builds across the U.S.
“In today’s real estate market, perhaps more than ever before, it is important to select a home builder that has been around for a long time, delivered hundreds or thousands of homes, and is very likely to be around for years to come,” said Mike Donnelly, Toll Brothers Florida division president. “How else can you really buy with confidence?”
According to Donnelly, Toll Brothers has been setting the standard in luxury homes since 1967.
“The company has an unparalleled reputation, including outstanding customer service and many repeat customers. We use only the finest products and build exceptional craftsmanship into every residence. Plus, from coast to coast, Toll Brothers makes discerning choices about location, building only in areas that offer beauty and convenience and are conducive to a luxury lifestyle,” he said.
Moreover, within each community, there is a wide variety of home designs that buyers can further customize to meet their individual tastes and needs.
For more information about these communities, visit TollBrothersFlorida.com. This is not an offering where prohibited by law.

Hear ye ! Hear ye ! It’s Time To Sign Up For The Silver Anniversary of the World Amateur Golf Championship Set For AugusT 25TH-29TH, 2008 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.


Sponsored by the PGA Tour Superstores this event has been played for the past 25 years where around 4,000 golfers from all over the world compete over four days for $130,000 worth of prizes. In addition, when you register you are entitled to four nights of free food, drinks, entertainment and random drawings for a variety of prizes. Competitive play begins on Monday, August 25th over 70 selected challenging, well maintained courses with men and women players being placed within six categories based on age and handicap. Included in each days play are daily prizes for low net, long drive, closest to the pin, closest to the line, and hole in one events. You are practically guaranteed to make new friends and acquaintances that will last a liftetime. Once you have played in the World Am you WILL go again ! If you’ve never played in this event NOW is the time to go to www.WorldAmgolf.com championship and sign up. Don’t delay, sign up TODAY!