Key Opinion Leaders Help Reveal the Secret of Florida’s Fruitcake Mystery

Dec 13 • 122 Views • View Comments

Share Button

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – One of the most often asked questions during the holidays is: “What do you do with a fruitcake?” When Ron Sachs, president and CEO of Ron Sachs Communications, received a fruitcake this year the answer was simple. In the season of giving he chose to give the fruitcake to someone else.

Quick to express his “gratitude” to the gift-giver but even quicker to find somewhere to unload the unwanted “delicacy,” Sachs decided to spread the holiday cheer and re-gift the cake to Governor Rick Scott. Unbeknownst to Sachs, this simple act initiated a chain reaction of re-gifting that carried the fruitcake around the Capitol and downtown Tallahassee.

As the fruitcake passed through the hands of some of Florida’s most influential movers and shakers, not once was it welcomed with open arms or open mouths. The rebuffed baked good quickly made the unhappy rounds of Florida Cabinet members, legislative and private-sector leaders, political party poobahs, even media members. The fruitcake’s final destination proves that sometimes things are just meant to be.

Feel free to forward this “video” and this “fruitcake” to your friends and family. Watch the fruitcake’s full journey at ronsachs.com/fruitcake or on YouTube starring some of Florida’s insiders and key opinion leaders:

Attorney General
Pam Bondi

Chief Financial Officer
Jeff Atwater

Tom Feeney, President
Associated Industries of Florida

Florida House Speaker
Will Weatherford

Mark Wilson, President
Florida Chamber of Commerce

Lenny Curry, Chairman
Republican Party of Florida

Rod Smith, Chairman
Florida Democratic Party

Rick Flagg, Bureau Chief
Florida News Network

Ron Book
Super Lobbyist

Mike Vasilinda, Bureau Chief
Capitol News Service

Ron Sachs, President
Ron Sachs Communications

###

 

Leave a Comment