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Mon 08.29.16

Jaguars and Web.com announce Veterans Elite Services As winner of 2nd annual SBB

Posted by Jaguars Public Relations on Jaguars.com

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Web.com revealed Veterans Elite Services as the winner of the 2nd annual Small Business Breakthrough powered by Web.com in a broadcast Saturday night on WJXT Channel 4. As the winner, Veterans Elite Services has already worked with Web.com to finish a complete online makeover of their web site www.veteranseliteservices.com, and the new brand was introduced at the Jaguars’ nationally-televised home preseason game at EverBank Field on Sunday night

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Mon 07.18.16

Jaguars and Web.com announce finalists for 2nd annual Small Business Breakthrough

Posted by Jaguars Public Relations on Jaguars.com

Today the Jacksonville Jaguars and Web.com revealed the finalists for the 2ndannual Small Business Breakthrough powered by Web.com.  The six local companies are preparing to enter the final round this Thursday and face a panel of judges, including Jaguars Owner Shad Khan and Web.com CEO David Brown

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Wed 07.06.16

Cleaning company offers jobs to military veterans

Posted by Susan D. Brandenburg on St. Johns Business Monthly

Semper Fidelis – Always Faithful. That familiar salute of the U.S. Marine Corps is also the mantra of Joe Padlo’s cleaning company, US Military Maintenance First Coast. Padlo, a resident of St. Augustine, served in the Marine Corps on active duty from 1997 to 2004 and in the reserves from 2004 to 2008. He was one of the first Americans to cross Breach Point West in Basrah, Iraq in the early morning hours of March 20, 2003

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Wed 07.15.15

These veteran-run Jacksonville businesses are focused on helping other vets get jobs

Posted by Colleen Michele Jones on Jacksonville Business Journal

As a 10-year veteran of the Marine Corps who worked convoy missions in Iraq, Joe Padlo knows what it’s like to get down in the trenches with his troops. Now, as the founder and owner of Jacksonville-based US Military Maintenance, 36-year-old Padlo gets down there to scrub a floor while out on a cleaning job with his fellow employees

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