“As Florida transitions to a new year and toward a new economy, the private sector will be leading the way,” said Mark Wilson, president and CEO of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. “There’s no better way to jump-start Florida’s economy than by holding inaugural day festivities that pump more than $4.5 million into Florida’s economy – and will do so without spending taxpayer dollars.” #

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Acclaimed journalist Greta Van Susteren will be the keynote speaker at the Salute to Women in Leadership Breakfast, as announced today by the 2011 Florida Inaugural Committee. Van Susteren, a Fox News Channel anchor, will speak at the Monday, January 3, 2011 non-partisan breakfast, the first of a dozen events occurring in Tallahassee surrounding the inauguration of Governor-Elect Rick Scott. #

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