SALEFrancisco J. Brito Herrera and Rosa Maria Ceballos Cazessus purchased an 8,106 square foot medical building at 2206-2208 N. Camino Principal in Tucson from Bank of Oklahoma, N.A. for $180,000. Tom Knox, SIOR, Office Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the seller and Maria Zipf with Keller Williams of Southern Arizona, represented the buyer in this transaction.LEASEBHP Copper, Inc. leased 5,390 square feet of office space at 180 W. Magee Rd., Suites 134B and 152 in Tucson from WVLC, LLC. Tom Nieman, Office Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR and Morgan Relyea with Cushman & Wakefield of Texas, Inc., represented the tenant. Mike Gross with Tucson Realty & Trust Co., represented the landlord in this transaction.MPG Automotive Services, LLC leased 4,320 square feet of retail space at 432 W. Grant Rd. in Tucson from Grant and Oracle, LLC. Ron Zimmerman, Commercial Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the tenant and Michael Stilb with MAS Real Estate Services, Inc. represented the landlord in this transaction.Tucson Concussion Center, LLC leased 4,153 square feet of office space at 5199 E. Farness Dr. in Tucson from TMC Holdings, Inc. Rick Kleiner, MBA, and Tom Knox, SIOR, Office Specialists with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord and Kristy Kelley with Long Realty Commercial, represented the tenant in this transaction.Ocotillo Social Services, Inc. leased 3,180 square feet of office space at 3045 N. 1st Avenue, Suites A and B in Tucson from Foothills Business Ventures, LLC. Brandon Rodgers, CCIM, and Tom Nieman with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord in this transaction.Pima Orthopedic Physicians, LLC, renewed their lease for 2,856 square feet at 1701 W. St. Mary’s Rd. in Tucson from Healthcare Realty Services Incorporated. Tom Nieman, Office Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord in this transaction.Rao Plastic Surgery, PC leased 1,645 square feet of office space at 5170 E. Glenn St., Suite 100 in Tucson from Ciendos Investments, LLC. Rick Kleiner, MBA, Office Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord and Alan Moore with Chapman Lindsey Commercial Real Estate Services, represented the tenant in this transaction.Kitty’s Clawset leased 1,565 square feet at 3100 N. Stone Ave., Suite 206 in Tucson from 3100, LLC. Jeff Zellet, Commercial Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord and Chris Itule with Long Realty Company represented the tenant in this transaction.Small Improvement, LLC leased 1,200 square feet at 4500 E. Speedway, Suite 60 in Tucson from Presson Midway, LLC. Rob Glaser, SIOR, CCIM, and Paul Hooker, Industrial Specialists with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, handled this transaction.Mia Hansen and Kurt Tallis leased 805 square feet in Midpoint Business Plaza at 3933 E. 29th Street, Suite 502 in Tucson from Presson Midpoint, LLC. Rob Glaser, SIOR, CCIM, and Paul Hooker, Industrial Specialists with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord and Paul Rosado represented the tenant in this transaction.Body Tao Therapies leased 431 square feet at 800 N. Swan Rd., Suite 112 in Tucson from 800 N. Swan, Inc. Jeff Zellet, Commercial Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the landlord in this transaction. Central Clinical Labs, Inc. leased 202 square feet of office space at 2761 N. Country Club Rd., Suite 110 in Tucson from Country Club Plaza, LLC. Isaac Figueroa, Office Specialist with Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, represented the tenant and Andrew Sternberg with Oxford Realty Advisors, Inc. represented the landlord in this transaction.
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Share Sharing is caring! AnnouncementsEntertainmentNewsRegional Travel Advisors Selling the Caribbean Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month by: – June 11, 2020 Share Share Caribbean American Heritage Month Planned Events – June 2020June 1 – Message from CTO Chairman to travel advisors and partners.June 1 – 30 – Rediscover the Caribbean: Showcase of the Islands.June 11 – The Caribbean’s Biggest Virtual Beach Bash. A Zoom party celebrating Caribbean culture with a special performance by R & B singer Kathy Sledge of Sister Sledge. In addition to interactive fun activities and lots of prizes, there will be an online auction to benefit the CTO Foundation. The event starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m. EST.June 11 – Launch of Caribbean Summer on-line silent auction hosted by www.betterworld.org which will benefit the CTO Foundation and provide training opportunities for the next generation of Caribbean hospitality leaders.Jun 22 – 26 – Caribbean Celebrity Chefs Week. A packed schedule of culinary demonstrations by some of the Caribbean’s finest chefs, including Chef Claude Lewis – Chopped episode winner from Antigua, Chef Shorne Benjamin” Beat Bobby Flay competitor and others.The three main objectives of this month-long celebration are to:provide significant publicity for the Caribbean region,engage the various stakeholders through networking opportunities,generate more business opportunities for those who sell the Caribbean.Since the inception of the Facebook group in August 2019, members have been motivated to share content and updates or ask pertinent questions about the Caribbean.“I am so grateful for this group. I can always count on the most up-to-date information being posted there throughout the global pandemic. The group has been a great resource to receive and share updates about that the Caribbean and has allowed us to stay connected. It has been incredible how travel advisors support each other in sharing the information as it unfolds. I don’t know how I did my job before the inception of this group and others like it. Going forward, I hope that this group will continue to be a resource to help travel advisors generate future business for the Caribbean,” Barbara Khan, Vista Travel, Inc. stated.Travel Advisors Selling the Caribbean gives Caribbean destinations, hotels and other tourism entities access to the leading travel advisors, as travelers hold the travel industry to higher standards and demand more transparency than ever before. “Rediscover the Caribbean One Day At A Time” is the theme of a month-long celebration in June which is celebrated as National Caribbean American Heritage Month. Organized by the Facebook Group Travel Advisors Who Sell the Caribbean, this initiative will spotlight Caribbean destinations by providing insider information to support top travel advisors who have become some of the Caribbean’s biggest brand ambassadors, particularly during this global pandemic.Travel Advisors Who Sell the Caribbean is a private Facebook Group that promotes all of the exciting attractions that the Caribbean has to offer, for the world to experience, be inspired by and share. The group facilitates a peer networking environment, where all members can unite digitally to converse, problem-solve, and learn from each other. Features in the group include: social network forums, messaging features, activity feeds, blog posts and more.Throughout the month of June, an on-line interactive program of events will appeal to the travel advisors’ sense of camaraderie, philanthropy and affinity for Caribbean culture, including the music, cuisine and attractions of one of the most friendly and welcoming regions in the world.Kelly Fontenelle-Clarke, founder and administrator of the Facebook Group announced,“We will host several fantastic on-line events to create greater awareness of the Caribbean’s diverse product offerings and to showcase the beauty of the region. Although the Caribbean has been hard hit by the global pandemic, through our strength, resilience and the support of the travel community, we are beginning to reopen our doors to welcome visitors back to our shores. We have so much to celebrate as we begin to rebuild our tourism product, stronger and even more exciting, nothing will hold us back from celebrating our heritage.” Tweet 71 Views no discussions “As Caribbean people we are very proud of our culture and heritage. What a perfect time to celebrate, as we embark on the rebuilding process to ensure that our heritage remains alive and strong,” said Minister of Tourism, St. Lucia, Hon. Dominic Fedee – Chairman of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO). read more
The match was controlled by the Portuguese side for most of the time. They were ahead by one goal with a goal of William Carvalho after the first half of the match. Goncalo Guedes scored the second goal of the match at the 58th minute. Nikola Milenkovic pulled one goal back at the 68th minute of the match. Cristiano Ronaldo scored the third goal for Portugal at the 80th minute of the match. However, Mitrovic again pulled one back for Serbia. Bernardo Silva finally scored the winner for Portugal at the dying minutes of the match.After the end of the match, the Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic went to the Portuguese dressing room with his kids to take a picture with the star player Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo also looked very much friendly with the kids of Matic while taking the picture. AdvertisementNemanja Matic was seen outside the dressing room of Portugal with his kid and one of the friends of his kid to take a picture with Cristiano Ronaldo. The incident happened after the match between Portugal and Serbia in Euro qualifiers. The match between Portugal and Serbia ended with a scoreline of 4-2 in favour of Portugal. Cristiano Ronaldo also scored one goal for Portugal in this match. Advertisement read more