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Fort Lauderdale-based Bellissima Fine Art Services celebrated it first anniversary in August by donating 5 percent of every service invoice to several charities, including Ocean Watch Foundation. Bellissima provides installation, packing, crating, shipping and storage of fine art and furnishings. For more information, visit www.bellissimafineart.com.

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