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Free CoWorking Spaces Available for Affected Businesses

09/06/2016

To help local businesses rebuild after Hurricane Hermine, Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality is coordinating with Domi Station and Co-Lab @ The Pod to offer free working space to those businesses affected by the storm and recent power outages. Domi Station and the Co-Lab @ The Pod will provide is free co-working space through Friday with access to cool air, wifi, coffee and water. 

Domi is located at the Amtrak Train Station 914 Railroad Avenue and will be open from 9am and 6pm.  Co-Lab @ The Pod is located at 124 Marriot Drive and will be open from 9am to 6pm. If your business has been affected by the storm and recent power outages, please take advantage of these free co-working spaces.

For more information, contact Cristina Paredes, Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality, at (850) 321-2784 / info@OEVforBusiness.org .

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