Local Schools Win Big at Miramar Square

MIRAMAR, Fla. (Jan. 3, 2011) – Parents, students and supporters of two area middle schools now have 1,000 more reasons to shop at Miramar Square, a 240,000 square-foot shopping center located at the southeast corner of Flamingo Road and Miramar Parkway that is anchored by Kohl’s and Staples.

Woolbright Development, which owns and manages Miramar Square, announced an award of $1,000 to the school that collects the most receipts from the shopping center, and $250 to the second place school. The competition between New Renaissance Middle School and Henry D. Perry Middle School takes place between now and Jan. 31, 2011.

Tenants at Miramar Square include Kohl’s; Staples; Dollar General; American Top Team; Bank of America; Dancer’s Gallery; Desi Bazar; Diamond Nails; Dr. Mejia, D.D.S.; Elle’s/L & L Market Bistro; Giardino Gourmet Salads; The Goddard School; Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery and Grill; La Coriana; Massage Envy; Mattress Giant; Nick’s Photo Studio of Broward; OXXO Care Cleaners; Panda Express; Smitty’s Grille; Spa Blvd. Parties; SuperCuts; T-Mobile; TRC Income Tax; True Beauty Hair Salon; True Vision Center; and Wachovia.

“The receipt collection drive is a friendly competition between schools. It’s an opportunity for these schools to earn money to support their programs,” said Enrique Kaufer, vice president of marketing and business development for Woolbright Development. “Woolbright actively supports many diverse education initiatives and this competition is just one more way we are reaching out to support our local community.”

The Goddard School, a tenant at the center, will also award a $500 prize to the school that generates the most enrollments to its school. Woolbright Development is a diversified real estate services company specializing in the acquisition, redevelopment, leasing, management and disposition of shopping center projects throughout Florida. Woolbright’s focus is to provide advisory, consulting and asset management services to institutional investors and individual property owners.

Based in Boca Raton, Woolbright exploits its extensive database of market research and industry leading IT capability to deliver market-driven project-specific business plans that generate results consistently outpacing the performance of its peers. During the past decade, Woolbright has acquired, developed and re-developed shopping centers comprising in excess of 7.5 million square feet valued at more than three billion dollars. For more information about Woolbright Development, visit http://www.woolbright.net or call (866) WDI-1230.