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Statement from Daily’s CEO Aubrey Edge

After the events on September 24th during the Jacksonville Jaguar football game, Daily's CEO Aubrey Edge released the following statement:

At Daily’s we believe that words matter. Our mission statement reads, “It’s nicer here.” It informs how we operate our business and our sponsorships. We likewise hold dear the words to this great country’s Pledge of Allegiance. It is a pledge, a solemn promise – “one Nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” We believe that freedom of expression is a fundamental right of all Americans; yet, we believe this right should be exercised with deference to our nation's flag, the greatest symbol of our hard-fought and deeply treasured rights and privileges as American citizens.

We do not live in a perfect society, but we believe education changes lives and creates opportunity, and it is in seeking knowledge and creating respectful discourse that this country moves forward. We stand behind our military and the great sacrifices they and their families have made. Our sponsorship of the Jaguars is based on the values we share, the best of what sports have to offer – values of fairness, teambuilding, respect and discipline. Those values are greater than any one person or entity.

At Daily’s we sponsor organizations with the goals of making Jacksonville a better, more vibrant city and helping others.  Our sponsorship of Daily’s Place, The Players Championship, the Jaguars, the JAXUSA Partnership, and over 20 local schools have made our city stronger.  Our charitable contributions in 2017 to the St. Vincent’s Mobile Health Ministry, Birdies for the Brave, Angels for Allison, Junior Achievement of North Florida, Tom Coughlin Jay Fund, American Cancer Society, Anglers for a Cure, and the City Rescue Mission benefit thousands of individuals. 

Daily’s Place unveils first wave of artists

Bold Events announced the first wave of shows set to christen the all new Daily’s Place stage this summer, including the grand opening act of DAVE MATTHEWS and TIM REYNOLDS with an acoustic set on May 30, their only appearance in Florida this year.  Country music superstar act ZAC BROWN BAND will close out summer with a high-energy performance on Sept. 21.   DIERKS BENTLEY has also booked a headlining appearance at downtown Jacksonville’s newest entertainment destination, alongside a host of multi-genre, chart-topping musical acts.

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Grand Opening of 29th Daily’s and 16th Dash in North Florida

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry, City Council President Lori Boyer and several Jacksonville Jaguars football players were on hand as First Coast Energy President and Chief Executive Officer Aubrey Edge celebrated the opening of a second Daily’s Dash location in the San Marco area in less than a year.

The official ribbon-cutting ceremony took place at the new location in Miramar Nov. 29 and marked the 16th Daily’s Dash location and 29th Daily’s convenience store in North Florida.

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First Coast Success: Daily’s founder Aubrey Edge’s next venture is Daily’s Place

Daily's President and CEO, Aubrey Edge, was featured in The Daily Record where he talked about the growth of Daily's.

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Daily’s success, relationship with Jaguars help foster naming rights deal for amphitheater

Daily's President and CEO, Aubrey Edge, was featured in The Daily Record where he talked about the growth of Daily's and the new Daily's Place.

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Introducing Daily’s Place

The City of Jacksonville and the Jacksonville Jaguars officially broke ground on a brand new amphitheater and covered flex field adjacent to EverBank Field.  Jaguars Owner Shad Khan and Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry joined Daily’s President and CEO Aubrey Edge in announcing the new complex titled Daily’s Place.   

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