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Ocala economy may see a boost from a new business moving in


Another big company might be coming to North Florida.The Marion County Commission has unanimously approved a 2.5 million dollar incentive package to bring Sitel Worldwide Corporation to the city of Ocala. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Eileen Cofre reports on the details of the agreement and how this will affect Ocala’s economy.

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