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83 Degrees Media ~ Not Your Average Speakers ~ February
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)
NOT YOUR AVERAGE SPEAKERS
"Community Building: What's Working In Tampa Bay''
Powerful communities that ignore traditional geographic boundaries are emerging in Tampa Bay as the region grows and prospers in the new economy. What does it take to build community? Who participates? What is involved? When and how can people get engaged? Why does it matter? Join 83 Degrees and new community builders for a dialogue designed to help shape what comes next.
Wednesday, Feb. 22
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
1812 15th Street North
Tampa, FL 33605
Moderated by Megan Voeller
83 Degrees contributing writer and Creative Loafing visual art critic
Michael Blasco: Tasting Tampa
Bob Devin Jones: Studio@620
Heather Kenyon: Tampa Bay Tech Forum
Reuben Pressman: Swings Tampa Bay & "I'm Staying!"
Brian Seel: TRANSITion Tampa Bay & Emerge Tampa Bay
Extended Happy Hour specials for all attendees following the discussion until 9 p.m. at:
Tampa Bay Brewing 1600 East 8th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605
83 Degrees "Not Your Average Speakers" Series is proud to be nominated as a finalist for
the 5th Annual Urban Excellence Awards, presented by the Tampa Downtown Partnership
When & Where
83 Degrees Media
83 Degrees Media aims to change the narrative about the Tampa Bay region by telling the region's economic success stories -- a new narrative for a new economy. We write for and about the creative, innovative and influential people in and around Tampa Bay who are doing their part to move the region forward. Each week we report on the people, places, ideas and investments that make the Tampa Bay region attractive locally and competitive globally.
83 Degrees Media presents a series of panel discussions intended to spur community dialogue by sharing what's new in an effort to help shape what’s next in the future of urban living in the Tampa Bay region.