Governor Scott Presents Governor’s Business Ambassador Awards to Promise

Scott presented Governor’s Business Ambassador Awards to Promise in Brevard co-founders Luke and Betsy Farmer.

Founded in 2009, Promise in Brevard operates an affordable housing complex for 126 special-needs adults on 39 acres adjacent to Hammock Landing, on Norfolk Parkway.

Gov. Rick Scott paid a visit to Promise in Brevard in West Melbourne Friday morning to announce job numbers and present Governor’s Business Ambassador Awards to Betsy Farmer and her son Luke, co-founders of Promise in Brevard.

Promise in Brevard also operates Promise Treasures Thrift Shoppe in the Metro West Shopping Center, employing 10 adults with disabilities. The nonprofit seeks $150,000 to finish building the Promise Café & Bakery at West Melbourne Community Park. City officials will conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the park’s second construction phase at 11 a.m. Saturday.

See the full article in Florida Today.

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