About Daytona Beach, FL From the Web…
“Daytona Beach not only inspired those who wanted to test the limits of speed, but also those who have desired to test the limits of society. Daytona Beach’s role in the history of civil rights is significant. On March 17, 1946, Jackie Robinson played in the first integrated spring training baseball game with the Montreal Royals, a farm team of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Later he became the first African-American to play in the Major Leagues. Today, Robinson’s name identifies the stadium in Daytona Beach and a life-size statue of him has been cast at the entrance.”
“Famous explorer Ponce de Leon, during his 1513 search for the Fountain of Youth, discovered the now-popular DeLeon Springs, located just west of Daytona Beach. Dr. Andrew Turnbull homesteaded 101,000 acres of land as the New Smyrna colony (now called New Smryna Beach), just south of Daytona Beach. Matthias Day, a wealthy northern tycoon, was so completely enamored with the entire area that he became the founding father of Daytona (now called Daytona Beach) and built its very first hotel in 1874. And Henry DeLand, for whom the nearby city of DeLand was named, founded world-famous Stetson University in 1883.”
We serve the following cities:
Daytona Beach, Holly Hill, South Daytona, Port Orange, Ormond Beach, New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, De Land, Deltona, Palm Coast, Sanford, Lake Mary, Oviedo, Mims, Winter Springs, and Longwood.
We serve the following counties:
Volusia, Flagler, Putnam, Marion, Lake, Seminole, Orange, and Brevard.