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Local business revitalizes downtown location

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Co-owners of Downtown Loser Lee Golinello and Celeste Johnson were recognized by the City of Brooksville for their efforts in remodeling their new location: 202 S. Broad Street. Downtown Loser received the Margaret Ghiotto Commercial Improvement award at the October third regular city council meeting.

Receiving the Margaret Ghiotto Commercial Improvement award.
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“This has been a long time coming!” Celeste Johnson said, thanking the Brooksville City Council. The award was presented by Brooksville Beautification Board Chair, Kathy Middleton.

Downtown Loser has just celebrated its 9th anniversary, 2 months after moving to 202 S. Broad Street, just a few doors down from their previous location. “It’s a much bigger location,” Johnson said, inviting newcomers to check out the new spot.

The new location on the corner of South Broad Street and Lemon Ave was given a new vibrant green color and general makeover, adding beauty to their block.

Downtown Loser specializes in nutritional shakes that help with weight loss and improved energy.

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The Beautification Board takes nominations for the Beatification Award for residential and commercial properties throughout the entire year. Criteria for nomination includes:
• Property must be within the City limits of Brooksville
• Beautification is limited to improvement of the exterior and/or surrounding grounds;
• The Beautification effort must be easily recognizable to any person that is a member of the Beautification Board:
• The Beautification Board will select and award one (1) award per month to either a new or an existing property.

The selected business and home will receive a City of Brooksville award certificate and a yard sign with the phrase “City of Brooksville Beautification Award” to display on their property for one (1) month.

Downtown Loser
Lisa MacNeil
Lisa MacNeil
Lisa MacNeil is a reporter for the Hernando Sun as well as a business technology developer, specializing in website development, content management systems, and data analysis.
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