By Michelle Colesanti

A Cinco de Mayo themed event spotlighted businesses within the 333 N. Falkenburg Commerce Center. The Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce conducted ribbon cuttings for the following businesses:

Florida Building Inspection Group Opens New Office

Florida Building Inspection Group opened an office at 333 N. Falkenburg Rd. Dustie Amatangelo, Business Development for FBI, orchestrated the Cinco de Mayo themed event to spotlight their business as well as others within the commerce center. Contact 409-3249 or or visit

Rendee Hughes of Turner Cole Company – Real Estate Services Launches Honorary Mayor Campaign

Rendee Hughes, sales associate for the Turner Cole Company – Real Estate Services, welcomed people to the commerce center leasing office for the special celebration. While Rendee Hughes runs for Honorary Mayor she will host fundraisers whose proceeds will be evenly divided between Mary and Martha House, Inc., and the Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce. Contact 735-6181 or or visit Visit Facebook – Rendee Hughes For Honorary Mayor Of Riverview for updates on events.

Secure Pro, LLC Celebrates 10 Years

Secure Pro celebrated its 10 years in business and also its first chamber membership. The team holds a Master Certification as a Florida licensed electrical contractor. Stop by 333 N. Falkenburg, Suite B-222 to visit Secure Pro’s demo room. Contact 381-3861 or Visit

Ivey Carpet & Flooring Celebrates 32 Years

Ivey Carpet & Flooring recently celebrated 32 years in business. It has been in this center since its beginning, which is also the year the center opened. Ivey Carpet & Flooring’s mission is to provide its customers with the best quality products and service at the lowest possible price, while maintaining a personal touch at every level of operations. Stop by Ste. C-306 to visit Ivey’s complete showroom. Contact 689-8856 or TMI@Ivey or visit

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Michelle Colesanti
Michelle has been with the Osprey Observer for almost nine years, and her current position is Assignment Editor. She resides in Bloomingdale with her husband Phil, two sons, Philip and Matthew, and Tigger the cat.