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TAMPA BAY, FL — Here’s the latest restaurant, retail and other business news from the Tampa Bay region.

6 FL Restaurants Named Among Yelp’s ‘Top 100 Places For Pizza’

With market data showing that almost half of Americans eat pizza at least once a week, it’s pretty obvious that this nation’s affection for that round piece of yummy goodness is strong — especially in Florida.

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Pro Skate Team Stops In St. Pete On FL Red Bull Tour

Four internationally known skaters made a stop in St. Petersburg at Anchor Skate Supply on the Red Bull Drop-In with Jamie Foy and Friends tour.

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Athletic Wear Company To Build Headquarters In Pasco County

A growing athletic wear company has plans to build its headquarters in Pasco County. According to the county, NVGTN, pronounced navigation, recently purchased property in the Trinity Corporate Center and plans to invest $15 million in a 100,000 square foot facility to house both their customer service and fulfillment operations.

Lakeland’s Peloton Facility To Close, Lay Off All Workers

All 58 employees at Lakeland’s Peloton facility received notices Tuesday that their jobs are ending at the exercise bike manufacturing company as its Polk County location is permanently closing.

Retrospect: A St. Pete Antique Store That Feels Like A Museum

The story and history behind a piece of retro furniture can add more value to it for some people, such as Retrospect Furniture owner Samir Khemiri.

30 FL Hospitals Rank Among America’s Best For 2022

Florida is home to some of the best hospitals in the country, according to a new 2022 ratings released by Healthgrades on Tuesday.

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