Jacksonville Mayor, Florida CFO Pitch Elon Musk to Move Twitter HQ from California to Florida

By  //  April 27, 2022

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(FOX BUSINESS) – The mayor of Jacksonville, Florida is calling on Tesla CEO and new Twitter owner Elon Musk to relocate the social media company’s headquarters to Florida.

“I think it would be a great landing spot,” Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry said Thursday, according to WFOX-TV, days after Musk’s bid to buy Twitter was approved.

“”FIN-tech is huge in Jacksonville. We’re really on the map of a lot of companies representing a lot of employees. A lot of access to talent in the area. So again, come on Elon.”

Curry’s comment follows a vocal push by Florida’s Chief Financial Officer & State Fire Marshal Jimmy Patronis calling on Musk to move Twitter to Florida.

“Hey ⁦@elonmusk⁩, this is what Team ⁦@Twitter⁩ could see ever evening if your HQ was in the Free State of Florida,” Patronis recently tweeted along with the hashtag #FloridaIsFor Winners.