Category Archives: Pensacola Chamber of Commerce

White Men Partners Announcement

Arnold Kowiskiful has presented the City of Pensacola with a stunning opportunity. He proposes the development of a sex toys production and distribution facility at the Port. He promises 13 new jobs! The plan is for the products to be … Continue reading

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PRESS RELEASE:

White Men’s Partnership LLC is proud to announce our significant role in bringing a new company to the airport. We have not met the owners, but we have been busy behind the scenes making this happen. We do not fully … Continue reading

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City of Pensacola Announces Results of Most Recent Community Survey

The Haas Center submitted the results of its third annual City of Pensacola community survey to Mayor Hayward today. The survey is conducted to assess resident satisfaction with the delivery of major city services, help improve the quality of those … Continue reading

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Important Survey Results

In an effort to replicate the surveying of Pensacola’s Young Prostitutes, we have conducted our own unscientific polling that violates every possible aspect of a valid polling. Here are our results: In regard to Mr. Studer… Do you believe he … Continue reading

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Understanding the EDATE Studer Issue

Who loses and who gains? The City loses $200,000.00 annually for 8 years or $1.6 million. The County loses $330,825,000 or $2,656,000.00 over 8 years. The City provides all the services required to the owners and the tenants for those … Continue reading

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Pray for Rain

Like the Native Americans of old, the area restaurant owners and retail merchants were praying, but not for the corn to grow, but for the rain to flood the Fair. Every October, the annual local cash drain the Fair brings, … Continue reading

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Spencer Seeks to Regulate Speech his Friends Find Offensive

Brian Spencer announced late Sunday evening that he would propose an Anti-Stamp Collector Bashing Ordinance, also known as The Philatelist Protection Order. Spencer said “it is unacceptable in our society to say anything critical about stamp collecting”. He went on … Continue reading

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Quint’s New Candy Store

We face a crisis in teenage obesity in this country. Adult Onset Diabetes, never before seen in teenagers, is now in ever increasing numbers. Massively overweight people are flooding the health care system and every year this line of obese … Continue reading

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“Renaissance Mayor” Embraces Reform in Pensacola

“Look, as a mayor of any city, it’s tough to ride the wave of political office and not get pulled down by the sort of politics that blocked real change in Ferguson, even amid global headlines and an uprising. But … Continue reading

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Good Things Happening at the Port

Reference Pensacola News-Journal, June 15, Business section headline: “Port Director Miller optimistic about port’s future.” Actually, this is not news. Something good is always about to happen at the Port of Pensacola. Here are a few examples of past “good news” … Continue reading

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