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      I think there is a connection between the carfree and the creative, so
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      ---------- Forwarded message ----------
      From: Karen Raihill <kraihill@...>
      Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 12:13:53 -0400
      Subject: [Creative100] Creative Cities Summit, Sept. 8-9, St. Pete, FL
      To: creative100@...

      Creative Cities Summit Announces

      Impressive Panelist Lineup, Sponsors for Sept. 9 Event

      Contact: Peter Kageyama

      (727) 643-8498; pkageyama@...

      TAMPA, FL (August 9, 2004) - Creative Cities Summit 2004 will feature a
      dynamic group of speakers in urban planning, economic and community
      development, entrepreneurship, marketing, and creative industries during
      a jam-packed conference on Thursday, September 9 in downtown St.
      Petersburg, Florida.

      Richard Florida, author of Rise of the Creative Class, will open the
      conference live via satellite. Charles Landry, author of The Creative
      City: A Toolkit for Urban Innovators and a leading expert in the
      creative movement in the United Kingdom, will be a special keynoter,
      along with Florida Secretary of State Glenda Hood.

      The unique focus of the conference is on putting creative economy
      theories into practice, with real-world examples that illustrate how
      cities and communities across the globe are fast becoming "doers" and

      To register, go to www.creativecitiessummit.com
      <http://www.creativecitiessummit.com/> .

      Breakout panels include:

      Creative Industries-Design, featuring Matthew Childs, FKQ Advertising,
      Clearwater, FL; Paul Houghton, KT Studio, Western Australia; Alessandro
      Franchi, Crate & Barrel, Chicago, IL

      Financing the Creative Enterprise, with Brent C.J. Britton, Akerman
      Senterfitt, Tampa, FL; Bryan Crino, Skyway, Capital, Tampa; Ben Older,
      Older & Lundy, Tampa

      Educating the Creative Workforce, with Julie Burros, City of Chicago
      Cultural Affairs; Judson French, Digital Media Alliance Florida,
      Orlando, FL

      A Shared Vision - How Culture Drives the Economy of Southeast Florida,
      with Don Upton, Fairfield Index, Lithia, FL; Mark Nerenhausen, Broward
      Center for the Performing Arts, Ft. Lauderdale, FL; J.T. Tarlton,
      Broward Alliance, Ft. Lauderdale; Suzanne Jewell, Motivus Consulting,
      Miami, FL

      Creative Industries Focus-Digital Media & Film, with Rob Tisler, Tampa
      Digital Studios; Mark Smith, Louisiana Film Commission; Steven Emery,
      Valhalla Motion Pictures, Beverly Hills, CA; Sterling Van Wagenen,
      University of Central Florida Film School, Orlando; Susan Albershardt,
      State of Florida Film Commission

      Incubators & Hives of Entrepreneurial Activity, with Umberto Crenca,
      AS220, Providence, RI; Carol Ann Dykes, UCF Technology Incubator,
      Orlando; Nadine Gabai-Botero, CuDC-Flashpoint, Washington, D.C.

      The Downtown Core: Redevelopment Challenges, with Neisen O. Kasdin,
      Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart, Miami, and former mayor of Miami Beach;
      Mayor Wayne Poston, City of Bradenton, FL

      Creativity & the Corporation, Martin Bosman, University of South
      Florida, Tampa, FL; Larry Quick, Larry Quick & Associates, Melbourne,
      Australia; John B. Zumwalt, PBS&J, Tampa

      Creative Industries Focus-Technology & Software, with Kurt Long, Tampa
      Bay Technology Forum; George Gordon, Enporion, Tampa, FL; Monica Doss,
      CED NC, Research Triangle Park, NC

      Marketing the Creative City, with Carol Coletta, Coletta & Co. and Smart
      City Radio, Memphis, TN; Wendy Ceccherelli, Arts & Cultural Affairs,
      City of Tampa; Bruce Turkel, Turkel Advertising, Miami

      New Models & Trends in Economic Development, with Stuart Rogel, Tampa
      Bay Partnership; Richard Bendis, Innovation Philadelphia; Kip Bergstrom,
      Rhode Island Economic Policy Council; John Fremstad, Metro Orlando
      Economic Development Commission; Lou Musante, Catalytix - A Richard
      Florida Creativity Company, Pittsburgh, PA.

      Role of Networks & Grassroots Organizations, with Deanne Roberts,
      Roberts Communications & Marketing and Creative Tampa Bay; Henry T.
      Perea, Fresno (CA) city council member; Jessica Muroff, Emerge Tampa;
      Robert E. Johnson, Department of Labor & Economic Growth, State of

      Sponsors to date are: the Florida High Tech Corridor, Tampa Bay
      Technology Forum, Tampa Bay Partnership, University of South Florida,
      Verizon, SunTrust Bank, Progress Energy, PBS&J, South Tampa Bay economic
      development, Tucker Hall, Catalytix, The Tampa Tribune, City of St.
      Petersburg, Suncoast Workforce Board, Patel Foundation for Global
      Understanding, Roberts Communications, Cambridge Systematics, Akerman
      Senterfitt attorneys at law, Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council,
      Florida League of Cities, and Lakeland Economic Development Council.

      The Renaissance Vinoy Hotel in downtown St. Petersburg is the site for
      the summit, with an opening night reception at the Salvador Dali Museum
      on the St. Pete waterfront. Participants can register online at
      www.creativecitiessummit.com <http://www.creativecitiessummit.com/> and
      get additional details about the agenda, conference location, and

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