Estero, Florida is located in Lee county, directly North of and abutting the city of Naples. Although the population is less than 20,000, Estero is the home of Germain Arena and Florida Gulf Coast University.
Germain arena is the home of the Florida Everblades, member of the East Coast Hockey League, a perennial contender for the league championship. This arena is also a venue for many concert events, attracting 100s of thousands concertgoers annually.
Florida Gulf Coast University is the fastest growing university in Florida, approaching 20,000 fulltime students, offering both undergraduate and graduate studies FGCU attained some measure of fame and attention when the basketball team reached the sweet sixteen of the NCAA tournament a few years ago.
Both of these properties are loyal customers of MWaste – a provider of Biomedical and Medical waste disposal services.
The Estero Chamber of Commerce, aligned with The Bonita Springs Chamber of Commerce, is extremely aggressive and is at the forefront of attracting business relocations. A recent win for Estero is the announcement by the Hertz Corporation to move 750 jobs to the Estero community. Fortunately for the local economy, a high percentage of these positions are highly compensated.
MWaste takes an active role role in providing Biomedical waste and Medical waste disposal services to the Estero community.
Venice is blessed to have its own acute care facility, Venice Regional Bayfront hospital. This facility is part of a 7 member hospital group, headquartered in Tampa/st Petersburg Florida. MWaste offers its Biomedical waste and Medical waste solutions to many of the area supporting physician offices
In 1911, railroad service was extended to Venice, insuring a pathway for growth and development.
A major tourist attraction is the Venice Hotel – still in operation. The hotel was designated in the US Register of Historic Places.
Venice Florida is fortunate to possess some unique cultural attractions – The Venice Theater and The Venice Symphony. Amazing due to their population of only 20,000.
Many celebrities have residences in Venice – the author Stephen King can be seen walking about.