Florida State announces 2018 Hall of Fame class

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From 2005-2008, Florida State sprint star Walter Dix was arguably the greatest collegiate track & field athlete of a generation. The Coral Springs, Fla.

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Florida State University’s Athletics Hall of Fame will induct a class of nine new members on Friday, September 7, that includes a National League Most Valuable Player, a two-time Olympic medalist and one of the Seminoles’ all-time great defensive linemen.

Buster Posey won every award he was eligible for in college baseball during his junior season at FSU, and has become one of Major League Baseball’s brightest stars as a catcher with the San Francisco Giants.  Sprinter Walter Dix won a pair of bronze medals at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China.  Odell Haggins was an All-American at noseguard for the Seminoles and has been a member of the coaching staff for the last 22 years.

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CMO50 2018 is now open for submissions

It’s the fourth year of this prestigious annual list recognising Australia’s 50 most innovative Chief Marketing Officers driving business impact within their organisation. And it’s great to see this annual list has become such a benchmark for excellence in our industry.

The CMO50 is about shining a light on those marketing chiefs taking a leading role in fostering innovation and new ways of thinking not just within marketing, but also their wider company, as well as demonstrating commercial acumen and effectiveness. Our ultimate objective is to showcase the increased importance of Australian marketing leaders in business, as well as the role of modern CMOs in crafting future business growth and opportunity, and the skills needed to be successful.

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Sunburn ‘ The morning read of what’s hot in Florida politics ‘ 5.21.18

He’s the pick for a full third of voters, while his three rivals combine to 32 percent support. Former U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham accounts for most of that at 19 percent, followed by Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum at 8 percent and Orlando-area businessman Chris King at 5 percent.

At 35 percent, ‘unsure’ reign as the top choice for likely voters remains unbroken, though the share has shrunk by a few points since the last Tampa Bay poll, which showed Levine polling at 32 percent followed by Graham at 18 percent.

The survey showed the South Florida Democrat firmly in the No. 1 spot among men and women, young and old, and in each of the five counties surveyed ‘ Hillsborough, Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota and Pasco. Graham was the No. 2 pick in all categories and Gillum was firmly in third. Despite a few ties with King in the crosstabs, he never slipped to the back of the pack.

  • Publisher: Florida Politics
  • Date: 2018-05-21T04:00:38+00:00
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