Florida Recyclers of Brevard awarded bid for Mulching Services

February 11, 2019

Seattle, WA – February 11, 2019:  DemandStar, the E-bidding platform that connects government agencies with local and national suppliers, announced today that Brevard County Purchasing Services, has awarded a $483,000 contract for Mulching Services to Florida Recyclers of Brevard.

DemandStar pioneered the online marketplace concept in 1998, connecting state and local governments with business suppliers throughout the United States. Brevard County uses DemandStar to broadcast bids, quotes and RFPs, to provide documentation and to customize documents and forms on a per-bid basis. DemandStar’s vendor management system allows the Brevard County Purchasing Department to better manage its vendors, find self-identified M/WBE suppliers, and small and veteran-owned businesses both within its own supplier network and with the added benefit of the DemandStar network.

“It is always wonderful to see county procurement departments awarding jobs right in their communities”  commented Robin Conner, Vice President of DemandStar , “this directly supports the economic growth of the small business community in Brevard County, creating jobs locally. We look forward to continue connecting them with local suppliers on the DemandStar network”.

About Brevard County 
Brevard County is a county in the State of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 543,376, the 10th most populated county in Florida. The official county seat has been located in Titusville since 1894. Brevard County comprises the Palm Bay–Melbourne–Titusville, FL Metropolitan Statistical Area.

About DemandStar
DemandStar builds communities by connecting governments quickly and efficiently with quality suppliers. Founded in 1998, we pioneered the online marketplace concept for bidding on government contracts and now serve as the gateway for partnership between agencies and suppliers throughout the United States. For more information visit www.demandstar.com or call 206.940.0305.


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