AN ORLANDO MAIN STREET DISTRICT
Today through Sunday (Aug 7-9), the 2020 Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday offers tax exemption on qualifying items, including certain school supplies, clothing, footwear, accessories; personal computers and tech accessories. To review the list of qualifying items, visit https://floridarevenue.com/backtoschool.
Lakeside Realty is a true family affair led by mother and son, Nancy Spain and Brian Spain. The boutique real estate firm specializes in virtual property marketing, servings the Central Florida and Vero Beach markets.
As a well-known groomer, dog walker, and resident in College Park, Michelle Philbrick-Olds saw a huge need for an all-inclusive pet resort in the community. Inspired by her four dogs, she opened Woof! Orlando in College Park in 2008 as Orlando’s premier indoor/outdoor urban oasis for the pampered pooch.
My House Fitness of College Park opened in 2012 as a goals-oriented fitness studio with passionate and knowledgeable personal trainers who focus on client success. Owner Ben Graves chose College Park because of the fitness-minded and close-knit community. Since opening, he continues to feel blown away by the acceptance and love from the College Park community.
Let Us Frame It is a family-run business owned by husband and wife Giovanni and Jill Vianello, an energetic couple who met in 1988 while both were working on a cruise ship. After cruising the world, they moved to Giovanni’s native Italy for several years, before settling in Central Florida.
Data Wonderment got its start in 2017 when a self-proclaimed media nerd and a research guru came together to make data accessible for everyone. Patti Brownsord and Jennifer Stolzenbach created Data Wonderment to help mid to large-sized businesses make better decisions and be more successful through understanding the Big Data landscape.
About College Park Main Street
College Park Main Street exists to create and sustain a vibrant business community along Edgewater Drive.
We support our local businesses – whether they have been in the neighborhood for a month or a decade -- by connecting them with residents and visitors from across the community and around the world.
We recruit new businesses to Edgewater Drive who will, in turn, attract visitors and customers for the entire College Park business community.
We show our pride in our community and work to maintain an attractive place to do business through façade grants, volunteer programs, street art and murals.
Our primary goal is to provide businesses along the College Park Main Street with support through our advocacy, annual community events, and volunteer efforts.