Ocala


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O·cal·a

 (ō-kăl′ə)
A city of north-central Florida northwest of Orlando. The area is known for its Thoroughbred farms.
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Lazydays of Ocala is an RV dealership with brands such as Thor, Forest River, Holiday Rambler, Renegade, Fleetwood, American Coach, Keystone RV and Vanleigh.
The addition of the new Ocala, Florida warehouse is intended to allow the company, and parent company Greenfield Global, to satisfy the increasing demand for its products in the herbal extraction market, and other industries.
According to the arrest affidavit, the incident came to light in February when a woman went to the Ocala Police Department to submit a mobile phone that her brother had found in a restaurant.
"The Ocala retail market is strong and always adapting to meeting consumer demand.
PrimeLending, a national residential mortgage lender and a PlainsCapital Company, has said that it has opened a new branch to serve the Ocala metropolitan market.
The victims were found in a pickup truck bound and shot multiple times on a road in Ocala National Forest.
Phillips of Ocala, died hours later at Ocala Regional Medical Center, the highway patrol said in a news release.
US wireless communications company Verizon Wireless said on Tuesday that it will launch its 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) network in Ocala and surrounding communities in Florida on 19 April 2012.
Located north of Orlando in the central part of the state, Ocala National Forest is the southernmost forest in the continental United States.
Bank of America is seeking a court order directing the FDIC to pay claims that Ocala Funding is no longer able to pay.
However, an online competition was launched, with organisers promising to show the film in the city with the most votes - and residents in Ocala won the contest.
All juveniles will breeze on Ocala's Safetrack surface on March 12-13.