Sebring, Florida, from its historic downtown and Circle to the modern Sebring International Raceway, is known around the world for its warm hospitality and welcoming spirit. Sebring offers many activities and events for both the young and old to enjoy throughout the year. This charming community will capture one’s imagination and affection to the point that many visitors return each year and some even return to live here.
Circle Park, in historic downtown Sebring, has been a focal point for community activities since the early 1900s when the city was founded by George Sebring. Historic preservation and restoration efforts of recent years have turned downtown Sebring into an attraction in itself, and it is the source of great community pride.
Recreation opportunities in the Sebring area abound for people of all ages and include fresh water swimming in our many lakes, fishing, boating, water skiing, and other water sports. Largemouth bass abound in area lakes and many are of trophy size. People can enjoy nature at its best in nearby Highlands Hammock State Park, one of the oldest in Florida’s state park system. Golfers have many excellent courses to choose from that challenge skills of all levels. Many other opportunities to enjoy life in the outdoors also exist in the Greater Sebring area, including bicycling and bird watching.
A dynamic business community supported by our city and county government, combined with affordable housing and convenience, are but some of the ingredients that make the Greater Sebring area an ideal place to visit, live, work and play. Everyone agrees that the quality of life is a strong factor in the community’s stability and growth.
Development of new business is encouraged, and a qualified available labor force, supported by a number of training programs, combined with low taxes, contribute to a business that is second to none.
Awaiting your call or visit, our friendly Chamber staff will do all they can to make your visit or relocation a positive experience to remember. Please call, write, fax or e-mail the Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce to learn more about our community, to request more information, or to ask for assistance. Information on the Chamber website (www.sebring.org) is updated on a regular basis in order to provide accurate, timely information to all.
Also, please be sure to patronize the businesses that are advertisers in this book and who are listed in the Directory.
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