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Governor Ivey Tours Merchants Plaza

Governor Kay Ivey toured the $30 million investment project, Merchants Plaza, while visiting Mobile today. During the tour, the governor informed us she previously worked on the fifth floor of Merchants National Bank in the marketing and public relations department. Other attendees of the tour included Mayor Sandy Stimpson, County Commissioner Connie Hudson, Alabama State Port Authority CEO Jimmy Lyons and many other dignitaries. Josh Hall of NAI Mobile, leasing and property management company for the redevelopment project, conducted the tour for the governor and the extensive crew and media that attended. Stephen McNair of McNair Historic Preservation discussed the vast history of the prope

New Nutrition & CrossFit Concept Opening in Daphne

Daphne, Ala., - Jubilee Fitness/CrossFit Jubilee leased 4,100sf of office/warehouse at 27468 World Court in Daphne. The company will serve as a health and wellness training facility, offering group CrossFit, personal training, and a full nutrition program. Programs are individualized to meet the specific needs of each client for maximum benefit and results. The Grand Opening will be held Saturday, August 12th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Eric Windham of Coldwell Banker Reehl Properties represented the landlord and David Dexter of NAI Mobile worked for the tenant. April Eubanks, one of the three owners/operators of Jubilee Fitness/CrossFit Jubilee, is a pharmacist by trade

Cruising: Stimpson announces Carnival contract extension

This post originally appeared on AL.com. A week after Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson and a representative of Carnival Cruise Line dropped hints that the company and the city were close to terms on an extension, Stimpson returned to Mobile Monday night with a contract ready for City Council approval. The agreement in hand isn't a new deal: Stimpson said Carnival is simply exercising its option to continue its current contract, which would expire in December, for another year. But the development is significant on at least two fronts: It provides reassurance that Mobile isn't about to suffer a repeat of 2011, when Carnival abruptly ended service from Mobile's cruise terminal, and it likely gives

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