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About Draculus

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  • Birthday 10/20/1988

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    Central Florida
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    Engineering, Golf, Soccer, Basketball, Movies....
  1. I don't know about that, considering that you already have a bowling alley less than a 1/2 mile away... World Bowling is still open, right?
  2. Anybody know whats going in on the site of the former Coggin Dealership on South OBT near the Florida Mall? Was in town back in August and saw that they had cleared everything and were ready to start construction. I believe it's a Supermarket but I can't remember the name... anyone know more?
  3. Hundreds Of Volunteers Help Clean Up Semoran Blvd. Corridor A volunteer group, Let's Clean Up Semoran, was out Saturday cleaning up garbage and picking up signs in hopes of cleaning up the run down image of Semoran Boulevard. More: http://www.clickorlando.com/news/27009022/detail.html
  4. Here's an article and link to the website: http://www.orlandoprosoccer.com http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/2010-03-04/sports/os-orlando-soccer-0305-20100304-5_1_professional-outdoor-soccer-joe-avallone-pro-league Pro soccer is coming to Orlando — in 2011 The United Soccer Leagues’ First Division will include a franchise in Orlando. March 04, 2010{sodEmoji.|}By Jason Lucas, For the Sentinel The countdown can begin. On Thursday, the Orlando Titans — part of the National Lacrosse League — announced that club owner Steve Donner will own and operation a new franchise in the United Soccer Leagues' First Division, beginning in April 2011. The First Division is taking this year off while its teams compete in the United States Soccer Federation Division 2 Pro League. "We believe that the two teams can help one another," Donner said. "The Orlando area has done a great job supporting the Titans so far, and I think it definitely made the USL take notice. "We looked at several different options, including indoor soccer and hockey, but in the end, professional outdoor soccer made the most sense in terms of being able to utilize our staff on a year-round basis without a lot of overlap in the seasons." The announcement was made at a news conference that feature Donner, USL CEO Alec Papadakis and Central Florida Kraze coach Joe Avallone. The Kraze belong to the USL Premier Development League. "Our local youth players now have a full progression of soccer to aspire to,'' Avallone said. The soccer team's name, venue and colors will be the initial focus. The franchise plans to announce a player development agreement with a European pro team in the near future. Fans can establish season ticket seating priority in the new franchise with a fully refundable $50 deposit per seat. Call the Titans office, 407-601-6516, for details. The team also has set up a Web site, orlandoprosoccer.com for those interested in receiving updates.
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