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John Burns (l) and Ricardo Garcia. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Veteran Entrepreneurs


UCF’s Business Incubation Program is partnering with Veterans Florida’s entrepreneurship program. The course is designed to help veterans push through some of the challenges that face any business owner trying to turn an idea into reality. Ricardo Garcia from UCF’s Business Incubation Program and John Burns with Eagle Six, a company that provides technology services to the defense sector, join us to discuss what the program expects this year and the chances veteran entrepreneurs have of finding success.
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Whitney Boylston holds up Jefferson, one of six kittens that arrived on July 3 in Lake County. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE.
Local News

Intersection: What Summer Can Look Like For Central Florida Animal Shelters


Animal shelters often find themselves at capacity during the summer. In Orange County, 50 to 100 animals arrive at the shelter each day. Diane Summers with Orange County Animal Services and Whitney Boylston, director of Lake County Animal Shelter, join us to talk about why they tend to see an increase in animals during the summer and what the shelters do in an effort to find these pets a home.
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