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I was proud of this Entrepreneur article for our client, Next Horizon. They had been wanting coverage in OBJ for some time. I interned for OBJ in college, so once I came on the account I new exactly how to pitch my old editor and landed this article! That journalism background really pays off sometimes!

Next Horizon plans $3M building expansion in Sanford
Orlando Business Journal by Bill Orben, Associate Managing Editor
Date: Friday, January 13, 2012, 6:00am EST – Last Modified: Thursday, January 12, 2012, 12:47pm EST
Related: Technology
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Next Horizon’s Harry Ellis III wants to quadruple the size of his company.

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Bill Orben
Associate Managing Editor – Orlando Business Journal
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Like the products he serviced and sold during the past 30 years, change has been a major part of Harry Ellis Jr.’s computer business.
Ellis, 62, started Ellis & Associates in 1982 when he took $500 out of his checking account and opened a two-room office on Kaley Avenue in Orlando. The company is set to make its biggest move yet with a $3 million new headquarters.
Ellis and his son, Harry Ellis III, want to start work on the 19,000-square-foot building on First Street in Sanford within a year to expand their Next Horizon operation, which does Web hosting, …link

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