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Monday, September 26, 2016 VOLUME 18 ISSUE 83
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CENTRAL FLORIDA PARTNERSHIP ADVANCES REGIONAL INITIATIVES
OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT
Oct
4
State of the Port Briefing
The Propeller Club of Port Canaveral cordially invites the Space Coast and Central Florida community to join us for our October Luncheon at Cruise Terminal 6, Port Canaveral on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at 11:30 am. Our guest speaker will be Port Canaveral CEO John Murray delivering the annual "State of the Port" Briefing.

Oct
5
Mayor Buddy Dyer’s State of Downtown Address
Your invited! The Downtown Orlando Partnership invites you to join us for Mayor Buddy Dyer's 2016 State of Downtown Address.

Oct
6
Leadership Orlando Class 92 – Volusia County
Leadership Orlando Class 92 will visit several key regional assets in Volusia County, providing an opportunity to have first-hand, feet-on-the-ground access to its world-renowned facilities and the leaders who are guiding them, including Daytona International Speedway and Stetson University.

Oct
15
World-Class Concert Benefits Students
Looking for a night out for a great cause? Join Orlando businessmen and philanthropists Harvey L. Massey, Clarence Otis, Jr. and James M. Seneff, Jr. for a special evening on October 15. This one-night-only benefit will take place in the Walt Disney Theatre at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, October 15, 2016, at 8:00 p.m.

Oct
26
MemberLink - Promise Made, Promise Kept
Florida Citrus Sports CEO Steve Hogan will share insights on the topic of our community’s major event tourism facility, Camping World Stadium, and what to look for in the future.

FEATURE STORIES
Immigration Reform
Please join us for a Community Luncheon on Tuesday, October 18, 2016, as we discuss Immigration Reform and particularly how the H-1B Visa Program will help grow Central Florida’s Economy. Read more ...
IDEAS TO RESULTS
2016 Central Florida PLI Class Graduates
The Central Florida Political Leadership Institute (PLI) welcomed its 2016 class last Thursday for its political leadership school at the GuideWell Innovation Center in Lake Nona Medical City. On hand to greet the 18 members of the 2016 class were BusinessForce Chair Craig Swygert, President – Central Florida Markets, Clear Channel Outdoor, and BusinessForce Executive Director Robert Agrusa. Read more ...
iConnect at The Rep
Last Wednesday, over 100 members of Orlando, Inc., enjoyed breakfast and networking at The Orlando Repertory Theatre in Loch Haven Park. After a warm welcome from Jim Thomas, Executive Director of Orlando, Inc., our members heard directly from Christopher P. Brown, General and Production Manager, and current member of Leadership Orlando Class 91, on how The Rep “creates experiences that enlighten, entertain and enrich the lives of family and young audiences.” Read more ...
Leadership Orlando Class 91 Explores Polk County
Leadership Orlando Class 91 participants explored Polk County last week and we’d like to extend special thanks to our hosts at Florida Polytechnic University, LEGOLAND Florida Resort and Bok Tower Gardens. On Tuesday, the Class traveled to the iconic Florida Polytechnic University, located along Interstate 4 in Lakeland.  Read more ...
Joint Referral Group Meeting
On Friday morning, over 50 members from all Orlando, Inc., referral groups came together for our annual Orlando, Inc., Joint Referral Group Meeting. While participating in “speed networking” members of each referral group had the opportunity to engage and exchange referrals with four to five different people, in five minute increments. This provided everyone with the opportunity to engage in quality conversation with over 20 people in one hour. Read more ...
FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOST
 
Nearly 83.6 million sleep-deprived Americans drive a car every day, according to a recently released report by the Governors Highway Safety Association, a national highway safety organization. On average, about 328,000 crashes involve drowsy driving.Fall asleep in your bed, not on the road. That’s the message the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) wants to resonate with motorists during Florida’s Drowsy Driving Prevention Week. Read more ...
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