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Dennis Eusebio / (0) / posted over 3 years ago / flag this / read more

It’s simple. Whoever tells you that you have to move from Jacksonville in order to be successful lacks vision. We have always possesed the raw materials to make this city an amazing place to live, work and more importantly grow. Jacksonville just needs a spark to get things going.

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