Local Businesses Working Together to Support Each Other, the Local Market and Visitors

Upcoming Events

The next event is the Inverness Business Leaders Business Expo on September 21, 2018. It will be held in conjunction with the Friday Night Thunder Car Show. Business booths will be setup around the Historical Courthouse in downtown Inverness. Booths are free to members and $60 for non-members. Contact Roger Carlson for more information: 352-464-0324.

Featured Member

CITRUS COUNTY CHRONICLE

106 W Main Street
Inverness, FL 34451
John Murphy
Phone: 352-563-6363

It's Your Hometown...It's Your Paper.

Inverness Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 5p.m. (closed from 2p.m. – 3p.m. for lunch)

The Citrus County Chronicle is the newspaper of county record and the largest local media outlet in the community. The Chronicle is a daily newspaper that delivers local community news, sports, classified and advertising information. In addition weekly the residents of the Inverness area receive the Inverness Pioneer an intensely local supplement to the newspaper.
Chronicleonline.com is the Website of the newspaper that adds additional news reporting capacity in the form of videos, photos, Blog and more that augment the daily newspaper.

Mission Statement

Working together to support each other, the local market and visitors.

Inverness Business Leaders

"Keep it here" Business - working together and supporting each other "to keep it here!"
Residents - Businesses working together to encourage residents "to keep it here!"
Tourism - Business working with a united front to capture visitors "to bring it here!"

Benefits of being an Inverness Business Leader Member

  • Business to business promotion.
  • Worshops: to promote better service utilizing a variety of guest speakers.
  • Website Updates: promote IBLmember business events.
  • Website: links to promote business of IBL member.
  • Networking opportunity through monthly breakfast and social events.

Inverness Business Leaders Past Events

  • July 3rd Patriot Evening*
  • Music on the Square*
  • Dog Show
  • St. Patrick's Day Parade*
  • Oktoberfest*
  • Craft Shows*
  • Car Shows*
  • Safe Halloween*
  • Non-Profit Flea Market*
  • Boat & RV Show
  • KTK Road Rally (2)
  • Uncle Sam Jam*
  • K9 Karnival*
  • Decorating downtown for Christmas*

*indicates that these events occured multiple times.

Upcoming Events

The next event is the Inverness Business Leaders Business Expo on September 21, 2018. It will be held in conjunction with the Friday Night Thunder Car Show. Business booths will be setup around the Historical Courthouse in downtown Inverness. Booths are free to members and $60 for non-members. Contact Roger Carlson for more information: 352-464-0324.

Featured Member

HOSPICE OF CITRUS AND THE NATURE COAST

326 S LINE AVE
INVERNESS, FL 34452-4606
Phone: 352-527-2020

Mission Statement Hospice of Citrus County, Inc./Hospice of the Nature Coast a non-profit, charity organization provides support and care for persons in the last phases of incurable disease so that they may live as fully and comfortably as possible.

We exist in the hope and belief that through appropriate care and the promotion of a caring community sensitive to their needs, patients and their families may be free to attain a degree of mental, physical and spiritual preparation for death that is satisfactory to them.

Hospice care is a comprehensive service available to terminally ill patients and their families during the last months of life. As an alternative to conventional medical care, hospice care seeks neither to prolong nor to shorten life, but to make the lives of the terminal patient, his or her family members and friends as comfortable and satisfying as possible. Hospice care provides medical, psychological, spiritual, social and financial support to the dying patient and his or her family. Hospice personnel are skilled in providing medications, medical equipment and supplies, education and care to reduce the pain, symptoms and stress that often accompany terminal illness. In addition to physical care, hospice provides emotional and spiritual support for the patient and family along with practical assistance with advance directives and funeral arrangements. Support for family and friends continue after the patient’s death through grief counseling and community support groups.

The majority of hospice care is provided in the home setting by a care team that includes the patient, family members, physicians, hospice staff, volunteers and other community resources. When a patient is not able to remain at home, hospice care can be provided in any institutional setting such as a hospital, nursing home, assisted living facility, group home or Hospice House.