RISMEDIA, January 6, 2009-Casa Latino Franchise Corporation, one of the country’s largest network of Hispanic and minority owned real estate offices has selected Celebration, Florida as its new corporate headquarters.
Speaking from Connecticut, Casa Latino CEO Robb Heering announced that the company was relocating its headquarters and national franchise sales operations to a new facility in Celebration, Florida, roughly one mile from Disney World.
“We have systematically grown our company and our expansion is increasing at a rapid pace. We needed to make some decisions regarding office space sooner than later as we need to immediately increase our ability to host franchise owners and prospects and house additional corporate staff. We decided to expand the bounds of our office search outside of our current location in Southbury, Connecticut,” said Heering.
“Our new location in central Florida is a global destination. Celebration is a town that was designed by the Walt Disney Company and it’s a far cry from the snow and ice of the northeast. The new office space can accommodate our needs to have training and conference facilities and allows for expansion for additional staff. The new state of the art building known as Palm Plaza was constructed and is managed by La Rosa Development Corporation. Joe La Rosa, a principal at La Rosa Development is also a Casa Latino franchise owner and a major area developer for Casa Latino in several markets.
Our cramped Connecticut office has been vacated and our move to Celebration has been accomplished in time to kick off 2009. We will grow our brand presence in many additional markets in 2009 here in the US and in Latin America and the new venue will serve our needs well,” he continued.
Casa Latino’s new headquarters office is located at 1420 Celebration Boulevard, Suite 200, Celebration, FL 34747.
For more information, visit http://www.casalatino.com/.
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