Zephyrhills Spotlight on Business


Goin' Postal



A chain of retail shipping and receiving stores with hundreds of locations, Goin' Postal started with a single storefront on Zephyrhills in 2002. The company offers its customers access to main carriers such as FedEx, UPS and the United States Postal Service, as well as offering services such as copying, faxing, mailbox rentals, cards, unique gift items and office supplies.

The company is owned by Marcus and M.J. Price. Information can be found at www.goinpostal.com.

Skydive City



Touted as Florida's No. 1 skydiving center, this facility on the southeast portion of Zephyrhills Municipal Airport is a popular destination for skydiving enthusiasts from across the globe.

The operation boasts a well-stocked pro shop, 14 acres of land that provides ample camping grounds and a respected instructional school for beginner and experienced jumpers.

Information about Skydive City can be found at www.skydivecity.com

Nestlé Waters North America



Headquartered in Greenwich, Conn., Nestlé Waters does a $3.4 billion bottled-water business in the United States. In Zephyrhills, the company produces the popular Zephyrhills brand of bottled water, which has resulted in the town's moniker, "The City of Pure Water." The Zephyrhills plant employs over 400 workers and is a full-service, 24-7 operation producing and shipping over 1,000,000 bottles of water a week.

The source for Zephyrhills Spring Water's local bottling plant is the nearby Crystal Springs Preserve, which the company has developed into an environmental education center that annually attracts more than 50,000 students, teachers and parents who learn about watershed stewardship and protecting Florida's natural habitats.

www.nestle-watersna.com

Have you ever wondered where Zephyrhills water comes from? Check out the video below to see for yourself:

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