Nationally acclaimed men’s store to open at The Promenade at Bonita Bay

Posted September 15th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in News

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The Promenade at Bonita Bay announces that Florida-based fine menswear retailer John Craig Clothier will open this fall at the newly renovated retail center. The nationally acclaimed men’s store features exceptional, timeless menswear and offers a wide range of high-end men’s clothing, accessories and footwear by designers such as Canali, Ermenegildo Zegna, Zanella, Robert Talbot and Etro Milano.

“We are pleased to welcome John Craig Clothier to the Promenade,” says Don DeLuca, vice president and general counsel for R.L.R. Investments, owner of Promenade at Bonita Bay. “We have been searching for the right men’s clothing store and this extraordinary, award-winning business brings both an exceptional line of menswear and an unparalleled retail experience to our outstanding lineup of existing merchants.”

Since its establishment in 1996, John Craig Clothier has received numerous industry awards including recognition on the Esquire Retail 100 list, MR Magazine’s Uptown Downtown Award, and was named as the Best Men’s Store by Gulfshore Life Magazine. More information about John Craig Clothier is available at www.johncraigclothier.com.

About The Promenade at Bonita Bay:
The Promenade at Bonita Bay is an open-air retail and Class A office center enhanced by a beautiful tropical landscape, gazebos, water features and sheltered walkways which complement its spectacular Mediterranean-style architecture. Conveniently located on U.S. 41 at South Bay Drive in Bonita Springs, the average daily traffic rate is 40,000 vehicles. Current Promenade tenants include Kay’s on the Beach, Enchanted Ballroom, Epic 31, Evelyn & Arthur, Jami’s, Kay Casperson Beauty Inside Out, Molino’s Ristorante, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, Royal Shell Property Management, Royal Shell Real Estate Seasonal and Annual Rentals, Say I Do TV, Signatures, To the Moon, Fagan & Michaud Insurance, Premier Commercial, Premier Sotheby’s International Real Estate, Private Wealth Consultants, Robert of Philadelphia, Divino Gelato, Antica Murrina, Children’s Couture, The Center Bar, and Local Roots Farmers Market. In addition, DeRomo’s Gourmet Market and Restaurant will occupy nearly 15,000 square feet featuring a gourmet market, bakery and restaurant, a Tuscan-style outdoor bar and seating area, full-catering service, gifts and more. DeRomo’s is scheduled to open in September 2014. The Promenade at Bonita Bay hosts year-round special events including live music, fashion shows, festivals and fundraisers.  The Promenade at Bonita Bay is owned by national real estate company R.L.R. Investments LLC. For more information, call Karen Johnson-Crowther, Colliers International, at 239-418-0300 or karen.crowther@colliers.com, or visit www.promenadeshops.com.

Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties hosts Splish Splash Back-to-School Water Safety Bash on Sept. 25

Posted September 12th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in Events

2013 new safe kids logoDrowning is the leading cause of death for children ages one through four. To raise awareness and provide resources for water safety, Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties, in partnership with American Red Cross, Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, Lee County Parks & Recreation, YMCA, SunSplash and Florida Health Lee County, will host “Splish Splash Back-to-School Bash” on Thursday, Sept. 25. Free and open to the public, the event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at North Fort Myers Community Pool located at 5170 Orange Grove Blvd. in North Fort Myers.

The event will feature interactive water activities for children of all ages including life jacket fittings, water safety resources including door alarms, water watcher tags and more. Special guests include Coral and Reef from Sunsplash. Attendees are encouraged to wear bathing suits, sunscreen and to bring towels.

“Florida loses more children under age five to drowning than any other state,”said Sally Kreuscher, Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties coordinator. “Southwest Florida is surrounded by water and water-related activities including swimming, boating and water parks and we can never leave a child unattended around water. There is no room for compromise on this one.”

In addition to never leaving children unattended around water, top water safety tips include:

  • Put the cell phone away, forget about all the other things you have to do and give young children 100 percent of your attention when they are near or around water.
  • Empty all tubs, buckets, containers and wading pools immediately after use. Store them upside down and out of children’s reach.
  • Keep toilet lids closed and use toilet seat locks to prevent drowning. It’s also a good idea to keep doors to bathrooms and laundry rooms closed.
  • Parents have a million things to do, but learning CPR should be on the top of the list. It will give you tremendous peace of mind – and the more peace of mind you have as a parent, the better.

For more information visit www.safekids.org/watersafety.

About Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties

Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties works to prevent unintentional childhood injury, the number one cause of death for children in the United States.  Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties is a member of Safe Kids Worldwide, a global network of organizations dedicated to preventing unintentional injury. Safe Kids Lee/Collier Counties was founded in 1996 and is led by Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida. For more information, visit www.safekidsleecollier.org.

Bonita Springs Farmers Market returns to Promenade at Bonita Bay this fall

Posted September 11th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in Events, Lunch, Media Relations

The Promenade at Bonita Bay will once again be home to the Bonita Springs Farmers Market this fall. Beginning Oct. 4, 2014 and continuing every Saturday through April 25, 2015, the Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. offering garden-fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh cut flowers, decorative plants, baked goods, and local seafood, honey and jams. Parking will be available throughout the Promenade, located at 26795 S. Bay Drive in Bonita Springs.

“We are thrilled to once again host this popular community farmers market at the Promenade,” says Don DeLuca, vice president and general counsel for R.L.R. Investments, owner of Promenade at Bonita Bay. “We believe the farmers market is a perfect complement to the traditional open-air retail shopping experience at Promenade, and provides a fun, family-oriented event for the community and local visitors.”

The Bonita Springs Farmers Market is owned and managed by Local Roots Farmers Markets, a local company known for providing high-quality farmers markets throughout Lee County. The Bonita Springs Market is one of five area farmers markets produced by Local Roots. For more information visit www.BuyLocalLee.com.

About The Promenade at Bonita Bay:

The Promenade at Bonita Bay is an open-air retail and Class A office center enhanced by a beautiful tropical landscape, gazebos, water features and sheltered walkways which complement its spectacular Mediterranean-style architecture. Conveniently located on U.S. 41 at South Bay Drive in Bonita Springs, the average daily traffic rate is 40,000 vehicles. Current Promenade tenants include Kay’s on the Beach, Enchanted Ballroom, Epic 31, Evelyn & Arthur, Jami’s, Kay Casperson Beauty Inside Out, Molino’s Ristorante, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, Royal Shell Property Management, Royal Shell Real Estate Seasonal and Annual Rentals, Say I Do TV, Signatures, To the Moon, Fagan & Michaud Insurance, Premier Commercial, Premier Sotheby’s International Real Estate, Private Wealth Consultants, Robert of Philadelphia, Divino Gelato, Antica Murrina, Children’s Couture, The Center Bar, John Craig Clothier. In addition, DeRomo’s Gourmet Market and Restaurant, featuring a gourmet market, bakery and restaurant, a Tuscan-style outdoor bar and seating area, full-catering service, gifts and more, is scheduled to open in September 2014. The Promenade at Bonita Bay hosts year-round special events including live music, fashion shows, festivals and fundraisers.  The Promenade at Bonita Bay is owned by national real estate company R.L.R. Investments LLC. For more information, call Karen Johnson-Crowther, Colliers International, at 239-418-0300 or karen.crowther@colliers.com, or visit www.promenadeshops.com.

Builders Care and Lee County completely renovate home for family with disabilities

Posted September 11th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in Events, Media Relations, News

Homeowners to see new home for the first time on Friday, Sept. 12

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What: Builders Care, Lee County through the State Housing Initiatives Program and others partnered to provide much-needed renovation services to improve accessibility and health at the home of three individuals with disabilities. This untraditional family of 3 has had their share of challenges. Martha, 63, suffered with Polio as a child and now uses a wheelchair to get around much of the time and wears leg braces for assistance. Eddie, 69, has his own mental challenges, but serves as the caretaker for Martha and does all of the cooking and cleaning. After their marriage in 1988, both Martha and Eddie Clemons were actively pursuing independence from the Riverside Group House that they called home. It was at the group home where they met friend and now roommates, Mary Keesee, 55, who works for Goodwill and is deaf. Together in 1996, they bought a Habitat home with the help of LARC, Inc. They have called this place home since 1996 and continue to get supported living services from LARC, Inc..

The home was in need of renovations including handicap accessibility in both bathrooms and kitchen, flooring, paint and more. Local building companies completed the 14-day renovation this week. The family will see the home for the first time on Friday.

When: Friday, Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. Builders Care, LARC representatives and Lee County representatives will present the home to the Clemons family and show off the new renovations.

Where: Home of Martha & Eddie Clemons
827 Beacon Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33907

Directions:
From US 41: Take US41 to Crystal Drive and head East. Take a Left on Beacon Blvd. End at 8275 on the left approximately 1 mile down.

Tickets and sponsorships available for Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida 2014 Business Hall of Fame, Collier County

Posted September 11th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in Awards and Recognition, News

JASWFL to induct laureates Jim and Laura Dixon and the Wynn family into Hall of Fame

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The prestigious award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who serve as role models for youth through their professional accomplishments and commitment to the community. The Dixons and the Wynn family will join a distinguished group of individuals who have been inducted into the Business Hall of Fame since it was founded in 1987.Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are now available for the Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida 2014 Business Hall of Fame, Collier County to be held on Thursday, Oct. 30 at the Naples Grande Beach Resort (formerly the Waldorf Astoria Naples). Mutual of Omaha and Mutual of Omaha Bank are this year’s event title sponsors. During the event, Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida will induct Jim and Laura Dixon of the Haynes Corporation and the Wynn family of the Wynn Companies into the 2014 Business of Hall of Fame, Collier County. To reserve tickets or become a sponsor, visit www.jaswfl.org or call 239-225-2590.

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Sponsors also are needed to support student admission, which is $125 per ticket. Junior Achievement students who attend the event have an opportunity to interact with local professionals and practice their etiquette skills. Additionally, full-page and half-page advertisements are available in the event program book for $1,000 and $500 respectively. To reserve tables, individual tickets or to become a sponsor, call the Junior Achievement office at 239-225-2590 or visit www.jaswfl.org. Proceeds benefit local Junior Achievement programs.Business sponsorships are available and include tickets to the event with platinum level sponsorships available for $7,500 and gold level sponsorships for $5,000. Tables of 10, which include two reserved seats for students, are available for $1,800 (silver sponsor level). Tables of five are available for $900 (bronze sponsor level) and include a reserved seat for one student. Individual seats are also available for $250 each.

 

Matanzas on the Bay hosts Island Hopper Songwriter Fest

Posted September 10th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in Events


Matanzas on the Bay waterfrontMatanzas on the Bay, a waterfront restaurant celebrating 30 years on Fort Myers Beach, is a host site for the first annual Island Hopper Songwriter Fest, sponsored by the Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel. The event brings nationally acclaimed singer-songwriters to the islands of Captiva and Fort Myers Beach Sept. 26-28 and Oct. 3-5.

On Friday, Oct. 3 singer-songwriters Kevin Kinney and Paul McDonald will perform on Petey’s Upper at Matanzas on the Bay at 7 p.m. On Saturday, Oct. 4, Kendall Marvel and Phil O’Donnell play at 1:30 p.m. on the Upper Deck. Niko Moon and Paul McDonald play on the Upper Deck on Sunday, Oct. 5 at noon followed by Brandan Fontes and Chloe Friedman at 2 p.m.

Performances are free and open to the public. For a complete listing of performances and additional information on the artists, visit www.fortmyers-sanibel.com/island-hopper/schedules.

Matanzas on the Bay offers waterfront dining in a tropical setting on Estero Bay on Fort Myers Beach. Serving fresh seafood, steak and a full bar, the restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily, as well as caters to special occasions and private parties. The restaurant is located adjacent to the Matanzas Inn Resort waterfront accommodations, just steps away from the Fort Myers Beach entertainment district. To book your party or for more information, call 239-463-3838 or visit www.Matanzas.com.

To view photos of the songwriters, CLICK HERE

Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida launches Over the Edge

Posted September 10th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in News

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Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida (JASWFL) has partnered with Over the Edge USA to provide a signature rappelling event at the Naples Grande Beach Resort this coming Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, 2015. The fundraising event allows for participants to raise pledges ($1,000 minimum) in exchange for the thrilling experience of rappelling over the edge (170 ft.) of the Naples Grande Beach Resort, formerly the Waldorf Astoria Naples. In addition to seeking participants to rappel (Edgers), Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida is seeking sponsors and volunteers. Anyone interested in participating as an edger, sponsor, committee member or volunteer is encouraged to visit JASWFL’s website at www.jaswfl-overtheedge.com.

“This unique fundraising event benefits the students of Southwest Florida by helping to fulfill the need of bringing economic education programs to 5th grade, 8th grade and high school students in Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties.” said Anne Frazier, president and CEO, Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida. “Given the event falls on Valentine’s Day, couples whom share a charitable heart can register to take a ‘lovers leap’ together, rappelling as a couple. By taking the Over the Edge challenge, you will inspire others to succeed in a global economy.” 

About Over the Edge
Over the Edge (OTE) is a special events company that provides signature events for non-profit organizations anywhere in North America and it is currently expanding globally. Business leaders, individuals and community members are invited to raise donations in exchange for the experience of going over the edge of a prominent building. This unique event generates front page news, raises thousands of dollars and provides participants with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Over the Edge is responsible for all technical aspects of the event including the insurance, professional staff and rappelling equipment.  In addition, OTE provides a comprehensive Event Manual and tools to conduct a successful fund raising event. Our mission is to create a legacy with a 10-year goal to help non-profit organizations throughout North America raise $50 million dollars.

About Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida (JASWFL)
Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, Inc.’s 5-8-GRADUATE program focuses attention and resources on 5th grade, 8th grade and high school students in Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties. The program focuses on three key content areas: work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. Today, JA reaches 4.4 million students per year in 117 markets across the United States, with an additional 5.8 million students served by operations in 121 other countries worldwide. For more information about Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida visit www.JASWFL.org or contact Anne Frazier at 239-225-2590 or info@jaswfl.org.

Conservancy of Southwest Florida and Naples Zoo partner to advance panther research

Posted September 8th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in News

Long-time neighbors and conservation advocates Conservancy of Southwest Florida and Naples Zoo are partnering to help advance panther research in Florida. Under a new agreement, Naples Zoo, a non-profit organization and nationally accredited zoo, is committing $150,000 over the next three years to help fund the Conservancy’s collaborative research efforts related to Florida panther conservation and management. These research projects include providing technical expertise to the Florida Panther Capture Team and establishing non-invasive survey protocols for the inventory and monitoring of Florida panther and their primary prey species, the white-tailed deer.

“Naples Zoo understands the critically important impact we can have on increasing our guests understanding of and appreciation for wildlife and nature,” said Naples Zoo President and CEO Jack Mulvena. “Partnering with the Conservancy to ensure sound and important research on panthers will not only provide important message points as we prepare to introduce a new panther exhibit at the Zoo, but it will serve as a powerful tool to connect guests with wildlife native to Southwest Florida.”

Due in large part to a bold genetic intervention plan and successful land conservation programs, the panther population has made a significant rebound from the critically low estimates of 20 – 30 adult animals in the 1970’s and early 1980’s. Unfortunately, the panther remains endangered with the only breeding population confined to South Florida, an area that has likely reached its biological carrying capacity for the big cat.

The current threats to the panther are manifested in many forms: habitat loss, vehicular mortality, declines in prey populations, and loss of genetic diversity.  Many of the lands essential to the panther’s survival are under threat due to the conversion of native forest and ranchlands for human development and urban sprawl. As Southwest Florida’s human population continues to grow, the pressures to develop these lands will only increase.

“In spite of great conservation strides over the past decades, the Florida panther population remains at risk and deserves our collective vigilance,” said Conservancy Wildlife Biologist David Shindle. “Florida panther recovery must continue to be guided by the best available science and supported by collaborative efforts in order to ensure that future generations have the privilege of sharing the landscape with this Florida icon.”

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida, having science staff with extensive panther research experience, is in a unique position amongst environmental non-government organizations to provide in-kind support and scientific expertise to government agencies responsible for Florida panther recovery and management.  In addition to providing assistance the Florida Panther Capture Team through a cost-sharing cooperative agreement with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Conservancy science staff recently initiated a large-scale, multi-year remote camera project on the Florida Panther National Wildlife Refuge and adjacent public lands. This camera project will provide an integral component to a multi-faceted collaborative research effort tasked with developing robust protocols for monitoring panther and deer populations.

The need to identify, evaluate, and use the least intrusive monitoring technique to accurately monitor population demographics of panther and prey are important recovery actions identified in the USFWS’s Florida Panther Recovery Plan.  “White-tailed deer are not only an important indicator of panther habitat quality but are a valuable resource for Florida’s sportsmen and private landowners,” added Shindle.  “Nowhere else in the eastern United States are deer population numbers and our ability to accurately measure them so intricately tied to the management, conservation, and recovery of an endangered large carnivore.”

The partnership between the Naples Zoo and the Conservancy will facilitate the continuation of collaborative research through public-private partnerships that will help advance the science needed to assess Florida panther recovery efforts. “In addition to being great neighbors, Naples Zoo shares our passion for conservation education,” said Conservancy President and CEO Rob Moher. “We are grateful for their generous donation that will help us to continue our important work addressing critical panther recovery actions.”

In addition, the two organizations will present a presentation on the Florida panther on Tuesday, Sept. 9 at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida in the Eaton Conservation Hall, 1495 Smith Preserve Way in Naples. Naples Zoo and Conservancy members are free. The cost for non-members is $10. Please call 239-262-0304 to register to attend.

Conservancy of Southwest Florida began 50 years ago when community leaders came together to defeat a proposed “Road to Nowhere” and spearheaded the acquisition and protection of Rookery Bay. The Conservancy is a not-for-profit grassroots organization focused on the critical environmental issues of the Southwest Florida region, including Glades, Hendry, Lee, Collier and Charlotte counties, with a mission to protect the region’s water, land and wildlife. Conservancy of Southwest Florida and its Nature Center are located in Naples, Fla. at 1495 Smith Preserve Way, south of the Naples Zoo off Goodlette-Frank Road. For information about the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, call 239-262-0304 or visit www.conservancy.org.

The Promenade at Bonita Bay announces Antica Murrina Sept. 13 grand opening celebration

Posted September 8th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in News

Antica-Murrina-700x694The Promenade at Bonita Bay announces Antica Murrina’s grand opening celebration to be held on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m at the new store located in suite 119 at The Promenade at Bonita Bay. The celebration will feature a trunk show premiering the latest styles of handcrafted jewelry, 25 percent off all sales, and complimentary refreshments. Antica Murrina officially opened on Monday, Sept. 1.

Owned and operated by Angelo and Victoria Molinari, the store specializes in Antica Murrina handcrafted jewelry by Murano Glass in Venice, Italy. It is only the second signature status Antica Murrina store in the U.S. The original signature status Antica Murrina store is located in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Artistic Glass has been known for centuries for its uniqueness, style and originality. All Antica Murrina jewels and beads are entirely hand made by following the ancient techniques of glass Masters. Each jewel is therefore a unique creation. Each product has been individually worked, strictly following the ancient tradition methods. More information about Antica Murrina jewelry is available at www.anticamurrina.com. For information about the new store, opening in the Promenade unit 119, call 239-362-1789 or visit http://www.promenadeshops.com/antica-murrina-ready-open-promenade.

About The Promenade at Bonita Bay:
The Promenade at Bonita Bay is an open-air retail and Class A office center enhanced by a beautiful tropical landscape, gazebos, water features and sheltered walkways which complement its spectacular Mediterranean-style architecture. Conveniently located on U.S. 41 at South Bay Drive in Bonita Springs, the average daily traffic rate is 40,000 vehicles. Current Promenade tenants include Kay’s on the Beach, Enchanted Ballroom, Epic 31, Evelyn & Arthur, Jami’s, Kay Casperson Beauty Inside Out, Molino’s Ristorante, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion, Royal Shell Property Management, Royal Shell Real Estate Seasonal and Annual Rentals, Say I Do TV, Signatures, To the Moon, Fagan & Michaud Insurance, Premier Commercial, Premier Sotheby’s International Real Estate, Private Wealth Consultants, Robert of Philadelphia, Divino Gelato, Antica Murrina, Children’s Couture, The Center Bar, John Craig Clothier and Local Roots Farmers Market. In addition, DeRomo’s Gourmet Market and Restaurant will occupy nearly 15,000 square feet featuring a gourmet market, bakery and restaurant, a Tuscan-style outdoor bar and seating area, full-catering service, gifts and more. DeRomo’s is scheduled to open September 2014. The Promenade at Bonita Bay hosts year-round special events including live music, fashion shows, festivals and fundraisers.  The Promenade at Bonita Bay is owned by national real estate company R.L.R. Investments LLC. For more information, call Karen Johnson-Crowther, Colliers International, at 239-418-0300 or karen.crowther@colliers.com, or visit www.promenadeshops.com.

Media Contacts:
Teri Hansen, Priority Marketing, teri@prioritymarketing.com, 239-267-2638 or 239-849-3300 (cell)

Holly Boldrin, Priority Marketing, holly@prioritymarketing.com, 239-267-2638 or 239-887-9335 (cell)

GMA Architects and Planners completes design for Scanlon Acura

Posted September 8th, 2014 by Priority Marketing and filed in News

Scanlon Acura exterior completed (3)GMA Architects and Planners has finalized the design for the renovation of approximately 18,000 square feet at Scanlon Acura on South Tamiami Trail in Fort Myers. The project includes an upgrade to the showroom, exterior facades, and redesign of the main building.  Also updated was the customers’ car delivery area.

The project also entails renovation to the customer service administration offices, parts and service department, client waiting room, service lanes and restrooms.

GMA worked in association with Owen-Ames-Kimball (OAK) and Scanlon Acura to follow Acura’s corporate design guidelines throughout the design process.

Ramon Acevedo served as senior project architect. Dave Dale of OAK served as principal and Abrie Spies served as project manager.

For more than 33 years, GMA Architects and Planners has been Southwest Florida’s leading architectural design firm. Earning recognition from the Florida Southwest American Institute of Architects, the Florida Home Builders Association and the Lee County Building Industry Association, the firm has provided award-winning architectural and interior design services for a broad range of clients in the public and private sectors, including several leading area developers. For more information, call 239-275-0225 or visit www.GMAarchitect.com.

Media contacts:

Teri Hansen, Priority Marketing, teri@prioritymarketing.com, 239-267-2638 or 239-849-3300 (cell)

Holly Boldrin, Priority Marketing, holly@prioritymarketing.com or 239-267-2638

Becky Gibbard, GMA Architects and Planners, bgibbard@gmarchitect.com or 239-275-0225