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Tony Massey Inducted as President of Florida Citrus Sports

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Massey Services' president and COO will lead the day-to-day activities of the organization's executive committee.

| April 24, 2013

Tony Massey. Photo: Aldrin Capulong/Florida Citrus Sports.

ORLANDO, Fla. - Tony Massey, president and COO of Florida-based Massey Services, was recently inducted as the 37th president of Florida Citrus Sports.

As president, Massey will lead the day-to-day activities of the organization's executive committee. He will play an integral role in managing relationships with conference and television partners for the Capital One Bowl and Russell Athletic Bowl, and he will work to ensure the 2014 bowl games and other future events managed by Florida Citrus Sports are successful, Massey Services said. 

"Part of our company's mission is to serve our communities and we are so proud that Tony is fulfilling it by leading Florida Citrus Sports," said Harvey L. Massey, chairman and CEO, Massey Services. "As a former Florida Citrus Sports president, I understand the demands of this position and I am confident that Tony will do a great job for the organization."

Prior to his new appointment, Tony Massey also served on the executive board of trustees and the executive board for Florida Citrus Sports. In addition to this new role, Massey also serves as president of the Orlando Museum of Art Board, board member for SunTrust Central Florida, council member of Florida Hospital's Community Health Impact Council, and executive committee member for the Orlando Economic Development Commission. 

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