Over 60 years ago Palmwood built its first home in Florida. Now with thousands of Palmwood homes and numerous communities as a testament to its reputation, Palmwood remains committed to your satisfaction. Combining precision design with the finest materials lets Palmwood Construction build your home to reflect your lifestyle. From the selection for your building site to the final trim and landscaping, careful consideration is given to create the most aesthetically pleasing, well-built home available. Space comfort, quality, and craftsmanship are the hallmarks of a home from Palmwood.
If you’re searching for Equestrian property or vacant land, you have come to the right place. Jason Biggs has been in the equine field for over 25 years. As co-owner of an equestrian facility in the center of Wesley Chapel, he actively shows on the A circuit with his Hunter/ Jumpers and Dressage.
“We also have a large warmblood breeding program with offspring performing at the national level. When it comes to expertise on purchasing equine property or farm land, you need someone that has the knowledge and expertise in that field.” You can contact Jason today at 813.713.2080.
Hits 106 plays the hit songs of Rock & Soul from the late 60’s through early 80’s, with full coverage of the “Nature Coast” counties of Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus. The HITS 106 days starts with Marvelous Marvin from 6-10 AM weekdays. Marvin has been in the Tampa market for over 35 years and has one of the area’s most recognizable names and voice. The day ends with John Kelly, another seasoned radio pro, on the air from 3-7 PM. HITS 106 is extremely involved in the local community, welcoming charities and not-for-profits into the studio to promote their events. With a large and extremely loyal audience, HITS 106 provides a cost effective means for these groups, and area businesses to reach their potential customers in the Nature Coast area.
Fox Classic Hits plays mainstream classic rock hits from the 70’s through early 90’s. The target audience is adults 35-64, but it’s amazing how many people in their 20’s and in their 70’s love their classic hits! Morning man Ryan Downs grew up in Citrus County and started his radio career at sister station Citrus 95. The morning show is locally focused and entertaining with features like “Meet the Sheriff” a weekly program with the Citrus County Sheriff Mike Pendergrast. Afternoon drive is hosted by DJ Trae, who transitioned from being the Naturcoast’s most popular club DJ to hosting his own radio show. Like it’s sister stations, WXOF is immersed in community, working with local groups that provide support for the area residents.
Citrus 95 is the undisputed local station for the Citrus county area. On the air for over 35 years, local residents grew up with Citrus 95 playing the music they loved, and promoting a variety of events. Citrus 95 plays the “Hot AC” format that appeals to adults 18-49 and 25-54. Mornings are hosted by “Bob & Sheri” with Jade White in mid-days and Mike Weaver following up in afternoon drive. Citrus 95 is all about Citrus County, with the station taking part in community events, fundraisers and promotions.
Nature Coast Country 103.3 – WXCZ FM
Nature Coast Country is the newest addition to our family of stations. Formerly WRGO Fun 102.7 FM, the station was purchased by our group in August of 2017, with an application to double the power and move dial position to 103.3 FM. In December of the same year WXCZ signed on as Nature Coast Country, a country station focused on the Nature Coast. Morning man Brad Stevens is a transplant from Ohio, where he was playing country music for the Akron/Cleveland markets. With relatives residing in Citrus County, Brad has been a frequent visitor to the Nature Coast, finally escaping the joys of shoveling snow in Ohio to join our new station. WXCZ is operated with the same focus and commitment for our community as all of the radio stations in the group.
In promoting Nature’s Place to Play, Florida’s Adventure Coast Visitors Bureau’s mission is to identify, create, support and enhance activities, consistent with community assets that increase visitation and provide local economic impact. Funds for the Visitors Bureau are derived from the TDT, also known as “bed tax” revenue, a five percent surcharge on all transient accommodations (hotels, motels, vacation home rentals, bed & breakfast inns, campgrounds and other lodging leased for six months or less) within Hernando County.