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Florida Retail Federation PAC Endorses Keith Perry in Senate District 8

For Immediate Release: June 5, 2018
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Keith Perry, a small business owner, supporter of retailing and community leader, is the choice for Florida’s premier retail industry association

TALLAHASSEE, FL – The Florida Retail Federation (FRF) PAC today announced its endorsement of incumbent Keith Perry for the Florida Senate. Perry, a Republican, is running for election in Senate District 8 in North Central Florida which includes all of Putnam and Alachua counties and a large part of Marion County.

"Keith is a long-time business owner, and as a Senator, he’s been a tremendous advocate Florida retailers by helping to pass important legislation that enhances our industry,” said FRF President/CEO R. Scott Shalley. “Keith is a friend of retail and we look forward to continuing to work with him on ways to ensure Florida remains the top state for businesses.”

Perry runs Perry Roofing, a Top 100 roofing company with 150 employees and three offices across the state. He is a Florida native and has spent his whole life in North Central Florida. For 14 years he served as the founding president of House of Hope, an organization dedicated to providing housing, job opportunities, mentorship and rehabilitation for former inmates, and has supported other local charities including the Boy’s and Girl’s Club, the Dignity Project, and the Reichert House. He served on the board of the Salvation Army and has been active with the Women’s Center for over 20 years.

ABOUT THE FLORIDA RETAIL FEDERATION
The Florida Retail Federation is the statewide trade association representing retailers -- the businesses that sell directly to consumers. Florida retailers provide one out of every five jobs in the state, pay more than $49 billion in wages annually, and collect and remit more than $20 billion in sales taxes for Florida’s government each year.

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