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On3PR makes news for our clients. Whether it’s opinion editorials, letters to the editor, and one-on-one interviews with Florida’s respected journalists, or a digital campaign to propel your message to the right audiences, here you’ll find how we’re generating headlines.

Ygrene Completes Nearly 40,000 Resiliency and Clean Energy Projects as PACE Booms in the Sunshine State

(Miami, Fla.) – Ygrene Energy Fund, Florida’s leading provider of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, today highlighted the incredible success of PACE across Florida as more families choose to invest in the future strength and efficiency of their homes and businesses. Since beginning its work in Florida to provide PACE financing in 2012, Ygrene has helped complete nearly 40,000 …Read More

. on December 11, 2019
November Campaign Finance Report Now Available

-One Year Out to November 3 General Election- On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) has updated its campaign finance report to include all campaign contributions, loans and expenditures through November 30, 2019. Candidates had until midnight, Tuesday, December 10 to post the M11 report to the Division of Elections website. With less than one year until the November 3, 2020 general election …Read More

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Point of View: 40 years of being the Florida taxpayers’ eyes and ears

Opinion Editorial by Sen. George LeMieux Palm Beach Post Nov. 30, 2019 In today’s world of immediate access to information and ten-minute news cycles driven by social media, it is easy to forget that when it comes to government policies, we are all playing the long game. Florida’s low-tax, business-friendly climate and taxpayer-friendly policies have allowed our state to become …Read More

. on November 30, 2019
Floridians can prepare their homes for the next hurricane season, and the state can help | Commentary

Opinion Editorial by Rep. Randy Fine (R – Palm Bay) Orlando Sentinel November 13, 2019 As another hurricane season comes to an end, many Floridians are already thinking about how they can be better prepared for next year. As we’ve seen too often in recent years, hurricanes can threaten our state at a moment’s notice — and destroy the homes …Read More

. on November 13, 2019
Reforming remote sales-tax law would grow business, help taxpayers

Opinion Editorial by Pat Neal and Dominic M. Calabro Orlando Sentinel November 1, 2019 As we approach the holiday season, countless Floridians will shop online for the perfect gift. During Cyber Monday and through the weeks ahead, many of these shoppers will unknowingly come short on the taxes owed for these remote purchases. This is why the 2020 Florida Legislature …Read More

. on November 1, 2019
The Tallahassee 100 announces new digital expansion through The OJT 100 in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tallahassee markets

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, October 16, 2019 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Oct. 16, 2019 – A group of leading Tallahassee-based policy and public relations firms today launched The OJT 100, a reimagined and expanded version of The Tallahassee 100. The OJT 100 will now reach 75,000 business leaders and residents living in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tallahassee. The digital venture includes a …Read More

. on October 16, 2019
Inclusion is both pro-business and the right thing to do

Letter to the Editor by John Tonnison, president of Florida Competes and executive vice president and chief information officer of Tech Data Tampa Bay Times October 15, 2019 As Florida’s economy has risen from the Great Recession and grown to create millions of new jobs and opportunities, we have proudly proclaimed that the Sunshine State is open for business. Now, …Read More

. on October 15, 2019
August Campaign Finance Report Now Available

-One Year Out to August 18 Primary Election- On 3 Public Relations (On3PR) has updated its campaign finance report to include all campaign contributions, loans and expenditures through August 31, 2019. Candidates had until midnight, Tuesday, September 10 to post the ‘M8’ report to the Division of Elections website. With less than one year until the August 18, 2020 primary election …Read More

. on September 11, 2019
When it comes to flood risk, more data equals better decisions | Column

Opinion Editorial by Amanda Bryant Tampa Bay Times August 26, 2019 In the fight to enhance consumer protections, there is no argument – more information is always better than less, or none at all. This simple and common-sense statement applies regardless of circumstance but is especially true when families seek to secure what is arguably their largest and most important …Read More

. on August 26, 2019
As flood threat grows, Florida must put homebuyers first and require flood risk disclosure

Opinion Editorial by Guy McClurkan South Florida Sun Sentinel August 8, 2019 The climate is changing, and it has become abundantly clear that Florida is going to be badly damaged in the decades ahead. With the state experiencing increasingly devastating effects of severe tropical weather and frequent flooding in some neighborhoods, there has never been a more important time for …Read More

. on August 8, 2019
Ygrene Praises Gov. DeSantis Appointment of Dr. Julia Nesheiwat as Florida’s First Chief Resilience Officer

For Immediate Release: Friday, August 2, 2019 (Tallahassee, Fla.) – Ygrene Energy Fund, Florida’s leading provider of Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing, today praised Governor Ron DeSantis’ environmental leadership and appointment of Dr. Julia Nesheiwat as Florida’s first Chief Resilience Officer. As directed by Governor DeSantis, Dr. Nesheiwat will be responsible for preparing Florida for the environmental, physical, and …Read More

. on August 2, 2019