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2018 Annual Report


Organizational Excellence

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Executive Committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Board of Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Catalyst 8 Business Advocacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

Inclusive Organization

Minority Business Accelerator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Military and Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Women’s Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Hub For Business

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Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Leadership Tampa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Leadership Tampa Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Small Business of the Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 133rd Annual Meeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Our Mission

Our Vision

To serve our members and enhance our community by building business success

Our Values

The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce envisions an engaged and inclusive community driven by prosperity.

Integrity, Inclusiveness, Agility, and Accountability

Catalyst

Inclusive Organization

Hub For Business

Organizational Excellence


The Chamber’s Annual Report showcases our joint successes and accolades, as well as the continued opportunities provided to our members each year. In the following pages you will see that 2018 was a success, and our focus and strategic initiatives drove our efforts for the year and will continue to be driven by Vision 2026. It’s hard to believe it has already been two years since we rolled out our 10-year vision plan, Vision 2026. This Vision Plan encompasses our guiding pillars: Catalyst, Hub for Business, and Inclusive Organization, all of which are supported by the Chamber’s Organizational Excellence. • The Catalyst pillar embodies our consistent and unmatched advocacy on behalf of the business community. • The Hub for Business pillar encompasses our extensive programming efforts, such as the Competitive Edge Series and Leadership Tampa. These programs help us to continue to build vital business and leadership development skills. • The Inclusive Organization pillar incorporates our innovative initiatives such as the Minority Business Accelerator, Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay, and Operation Partnership, which keep us at the forefront of growth and change in the Tampa Bay community. • The Organizational Excellence foundation strengthens our role model status for effective and efficient governance to ensure our members are proud to be a part of the Chamber. 2018 was a bright year for Tampa Bay, and the future is even brighter. We are eager to continue promoting your business, Tampa Bay’s brand and the Chamber’s bold vision. To remain current on all that we offer, please join us at www.TampaChamber.com for information on all Chamber events, programs and policy positions. It is our pleasure to serve you as our valued member, and we appreciate your continued commitment to the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. Sincerely,

Bob Rohrlack, CCE President & CEO Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce

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Catalyst

Inclusive Organization

Hub For Business

Organizational Excellence


Organizational Excellence

Executive Committee

Chair

Chair-Elect

Treasurer

Finance

Legal Counsel

Secretary / President & CEO

Steven Bernstein, Esq. Fisher Phillips

Scott DeThomas GTE Financial*

Jamie Harden Creative Sign Designs

Maryann Ferenc Mise en Place

Andy Mayts, Esq. GrayRobinson, P.A.*

Bob Rohrlack, CCE Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce

At Large

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Hugh Campbell AC4S

Laura Crouch TECO*

Scott Daigle TD Bank

Steve Griggs Tampa Bay Lightning*

Christopher Rogers Sykes Enterprises Incorporated*

Yvette Segura USAA*

Kareem Spratling, Esq. Bryant Miller Olive P.A.

John Tomlin Tomlin St Cyr Real Estate Services

Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce 2018 Annual Report


Organizational Excellence

Board of Directors Brian Adcock; Adcock Financial Group Brian Auld; Tampa Bay Rays* Clint Babcock; Sandler Training* Chris Bailey; Charter Communications* Debra Bauman; Skanska USA* Kimberly Berfield; Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital* Steve Blanchard; WFLA-TV* Ramon Bosquez; Stellar Partners, Inc.* Stacy Brandt; Tampa General Hospital* Stuart Brown; Accenture* Evan Brownstein; WiPro Brian Butler; Vistra Communications John Byczek; Northwestern Mutual Ronald A. Christaldi, Esq.; Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP* Ginger Clark, Ph.D.; Hillsborough Community College* Justin Clark; Cigar City Brewing Robert Clark; Tampa Steel Erecting Co.* Stewart Clark; Busch Gardens* Karin Coleman; HCI Group, Inc.* Braulio Colon; Helios Education Foundation Ana Cruz; Ballard Partners Julius Davis; VoltAir Consulting Engineers, Inc. Kimberlee DeBosier; Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. Tony DeSisto; The Simple Greek Peter Diniaco; Aetna* Erin Elser; Majesty Title Services, LLC Lee Evans; Bristol-Myers Squibb* Bruce Faulmann; Tampa Bay Times* Brian Ford; Tampa Bay Buccaneers* Nikki Foster; Mosaic* Anddrikk Frazier; Integral Energy, LLC Beth Garland; Ultimate Medical Academy* Erik Genrich; CenturyLink* Colette Glover-Hannah; Hannah’s Shoebox Bill Goede; Bank of America* Kimberly Guy; St. Joseph’s Hospital* Leigh Harting; 3 Daughters Brewing Sammy Hicks; SunTrust Banks* Alison Hoefler; Southwest Airlines Greg Hoerbelt; Regions Bank* Derek Holmes; Tec-Link, LLC Kevin Hourigan; Bayshore Solutions Kay Jefferson; KJS Consulting Andrew Jenkins, Esq.; Bush Ross* David Judd; Wehr Constructors*

As of 12/31/2018

Chris Karlo; Mercury New Media Harvey Kauget; Burr & Forman* Lauren Key; Florida Hospital* Ken Lane; Avison Young Jennifer Lawson; Vector Solutions Chad Loar; PNC Bank* John Long; University of South Florida* Joe Lupo; Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa* Kim Madison; Water Street Tampa* Brent Mathis; JP Morgan Chase* Suzanne McCormick; United Way Suncoast* Dodge McFall; Grow Financial Federal Credit Union* Seth McKeel; Southern Strategy Group David Mechanik, Esq.; Mechanik Nuccio Hearne & Wester, P.A. Chris Minner; Tampa International Airport* Gregg Morton; Citi* Pat Moser; AACSB* Marilyn Mullen Healy, Esq.; Akerman* Jessica Muroff; Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, Inc. Edwin Narain; AT&T T. Corey Neil; The Bank of Tampa* Greg Olivier; Valley National Bank* Doug Pace; Stonehill Innovation Kathryn Pankow; Baker Barrios* Eric Partlow, Esq.; Adams and Reese LLP* Aakash Patel; Elevate, Inc. Tad Phelps; Fintech* Olga Pina, Esq.; Shutts & Bowen, LLP* Mark Pitts; Coca Cola Beverages Florida* Luis Prats, Esq.; Carlton Fields Jorden Burt, P.A.* Duany Ruiz; Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.* Bill Schifino, Esq.; Gunster* Dr. Jeffrey Senese; Saint Leo University* Kevin Shukur; BBVA Compass Bank Chad Simpson; Miller Electric* Roger Swinford; Calhoun International Ryan Toth; The Beck Group* Christine Turner; ChappellRoberts Lauren Valiente, Esq.; Foley & Lardner LLP Gary Vien; Suncoast Credit Union* Joe Waggoner; Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority* Jamie Wilson; H. Lee Moffitt Cancer & Research Institute, Inc.* David Wirta; Vology* Randall Woods; Florida Blue* *PARTNER

Ex-Officio Members Mayor Bob Buckhorn; City of Tampa Santiago Corrada; Visit Tampa Bay Jeff Eakins; Hillsborough County Public Schools Lindsey Kimball; Hillsborough County Economic Development Ann Kulig; The Westshore Alliance Lynda Remund; Tampa Downtown Partnership Craig Richard; Tampa Hillsborough Economic Development Corp. LEADERSHIP TAMPA ALUMNI CHAIR Jill Manthey; Yacht Starship LEADERSHIP TAMPA CHAIR Dr. Julie Serovich; University of South Florida* EMERGING LEADERS OF TAMPA BAY CHAIR Andrew Smith; JP Morgan Chase* MILITARY ADVISOR Col. Stephen Snelson; MacDill Air Force Base

Past Chairs 2017

Mike Griffin; Savills Studley Occupier Services 2016 Guy King III; M.E. Wilson Co., Inc. 2015 Ronald A. Christaldi, Esq.; Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP * 2014 Robin DeLaVergne; Tampa General Hospital* 2013 Gregory Celestan; Celestar Corporation 2012 Chuck Black; Black & Black Consulting Services, LLC 2010-11 Chuck Sykes; Sykes Enterprises Incorporated* 2009 Henry Gonzalez III; Beach Community Bank 2008 Judy Genshaft, Ph.D.; University of South Florida* 2007 Fredrick H.L. McClure, Esq.; DLA Piper US LLP 2006 Jose Valiente; CPA 2005 C. Samuel Ellison; EWI Construction, LLC 2004 John Ramil 2002 A.D. Sandy MacKinnon; ADM Ventures, Inc. 2001 Bob Martinez; Holland & Knight 1999 Rhea Law, Esq.; Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC 1998 Richard Dobkin 1993 Gay Culverhouse 1992 James L. Ferman, Jr.; Ferman Motor Car Company, Inc. 1990-91 James W. Apthorp 1989-90 William Starkey 1988-89 Stella Thayer, Esq.; MacFarlane, Ferguson & McMullen 1987-88 James Urbanski 1985-86 Mandell Shimberg; Shimberg-Cross Co. 1984-85 G. Robert Blanchard 1983-84 T. Terrell Sessums

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Partners

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Organizational Excellence

Finance Accounts Receivable $29,398

Property & Equipment $139,330

Prepaid Expenses & Other $121,445

Long-term Liabilities $161,280 Accounts Payable $66,494 Current Accrued Expenses $158,189

Activity Advances $2,618

Net Assets $1,134,516 Cash & Cash Equivalents $2,718,073 Deferred Membership & Revenue $1,485,148

2018 Total Assets*

2018 Total Liabilities & Net Assets* *Pending 2018 Annual Audit

Accounts Receivable $34,863

Property & Equipment $149,767

Prepaid Expenses & Other $98,340

Accounts Payable $47,468

Long-term Liabilities $122,129 Activity Advances $2,214

Current Accrued Expenses $366,936

Net Assets $1,063,113 Cash & Cash Equivalents $2,890,805

2017 Total Assets

Deferred Membership & Revenue $1,571,915

2017 Total Liabilities & Net Assets

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Catalyst

Catalyst Hub For Business

Inclusive Organization

Organizational Excellence


Catalyst

Business Advocacy Transportation Referendum The Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce supported the transportation referendum because it provided the framework and funding for the community to develop a robust multi-modal system as contemplated in the preamble to the Chamber’s guiding principles.

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57%

Year Sales Tax Yearly Investment Voter Support

Education Referendum

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Year Sales Tax

$138m

Yearly Investment

56%

Voter Support

In alignment with the Chamber’s guiding principle on workforce development, our business community is committed to partnering with stakeholders and policy makers to advocate for adequate resources to help recruit, develop and retain talent in Hillsborough County. This initiative requires support from multiple funding sources and elected officials.

Candidate Interviews The Chamber hosted a candidate interview video series to learn where County Commission candidates stood on important issues that impact the Tampa community.

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Interviews Views through our different channels

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Catalyst

Benchmarking Visit 100 Tampa Bay business leaders embarked on our first international Benchmarking Visit and traveled to Toronto, Canada.

Past Chairs inside The Hart House at the University of Toronto (From L-R )2018 Chair Steven Bernstein, Esq., 2014 Chair Robin DeLaVergne, 2013 Chair Gregory Celestan, 2016 Chair Guy King III, and 2015 Chair Ronald A. Christaldi, Esq.

Topics discussed • Arts, Sports, and Entertainment as economic drivers • Canada/U.S. trade relationship • Civic Action • Innovations in medical education and economic development • Real Estate trends in the city • Transportation • Waterfront Redevelopment/Reactivation

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Inclusive Organization

Inclusive Organization Hub For Business

Catalyst

Organizational Excellence


Inclusive Organization

Minority Business Accelerator The Minority Business Accelerator (MBA) is a program of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Foundation designed to aide Black and Hispanic businesses prepare for growth. The MBA helps these businesses identify and overcome barriers, which often include limited access to capital, key decision makers, and information.

By providing practical tools for change, program participants are positioned to increase capacity, create jobs and build wealth. Thus, creating a diverse and inclusive business community and acting as a catalyst to drive positive economic impact in Tampa and Hillsborough County, Florida.

2018-2019 Inaugural Cohort Impact Report

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New Jobs Created New Corporate Contacts

marketing

Company Secured Capital

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New Assets Acquired

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Strategic Introductions

CCS Marketing increased their business credibility score and secured three pieces of state-of-the-art technology.

Matcon Construction Services secured a major high-dollar contract with a new corporate client.

McKenzie Contracting LLC had a 50% increase in the line of credit for working capital.

MidFlorida Armored & ATM Services had a 47% increase in gross revenues.

Founding Sponsors

Community Partners

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2019–2020 Cohort

(L-R) Jim Rizk, OHC Environmental Engineering; Allen Greene II, Envision Construction Services; and Terrance Bradford, Pro-Fit Development

Envision Construction Services is a construction management firm that specializes in commercial interior renovations and commercial flooring. Envision was founded in 2009 and currently has 57 employees.

OHC Environmental Engineering, Inc. is an environmental consulting service, offering asbestos and lead paint testing, abatement specification design, mold assessment and remediation, and abatement specification design. OHC was founded in 1983 and currently has 12 employees.

Pro-Fit Development, Incorporated is a commercial construction firm specializing in general contracting services and certified commercial roofing installations. Pro-Fit was founded in 2003 and currently has 12 employees.

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Inclusive Organization

Military and Defense Great American Defense Community This is an accomplishment and a title that we proudly accept and embrace here in Tampa Bay. We spent 2018 celebrating this recognition including trips to Washington, D.C., and a half-time presentation during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Veteran’s Day Salute to Service game.

Flag Officers Reception The Chamber’s Military Council hosted the reception at the Tampa Museum of Art and recognized leaders with tremendous responsibility to the security of our nation. Nearly 200 attendees

Community Recognition The Chamber was honored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Hiring Our Heroes, as a Three-Star Chamber of Valor.  The Tampa Bay region was also recognized as a Military Spouse Economic Empowerment Zone.

Senior Enlisted Reception and Quarterly Meetings This reception provided an opportunity for the Tampa business community to personally thank our local service members. The Chamber’s Military Council held quarterly meetings with Senior Enlisted Advisors at MacDill AFB to maintain a productive dialogue regarding advocacy and quality of life needs for our military neighbors. 14

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Inclusive Organization

Operation Partnership This three-part program assisted those transitioning out of the military with meeting local business members and learning more about the Tampa business community. Attended by 370+ business leaders and active duty service members

“Operation Partnership provided game changing career expertise one will never experience anywhere else! Thanks for caring and catapulting our futures!” – SMSgt Michael Jordan, US Air Force

“I think that the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce is doing an incredible job supporting transitioning veterans. The Chamber’s commitment to service members throughout the three Operation Partnership programs is admirable. You are making a huge difference with the veteran community!” – (Retired) Captain Jason Jorgensen, US Navy

Military Appreciation Awards The Chamber presented awards to 14 military service members and two civilian employees for outstanding contributions to the Tampa Bay community. The evening’s featured speaker was Corporal Michael L. Jernigan, USMC (Ret.) who proudly served with Company E 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine regiment. Sold-out crowd of 400+, including leadership from all five service branches

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Inclusive Organization

Women’s Programming Women’s Series Luncheons In February, Rita Lowman, President of Pilot Bank, shared her story and expressed why emerging leaders are important in all industries as we move into 2020. 200+ attendees In November, Michelle Gadsden-Williams, Managing Director, Inclusion and Diversity of Accenture, talked about inclusion as an essential driver for business and discussed ways women can take charge of and progress their careers, at any age or stage. 150+ attendees

Pearls of Wisdom In April, a panel of art leaders shared their professional journey and the role that women in leadership have played in transforming our community into a vital arts community, including the financial impact they and their organizations have had on our local economy. Featured speakers: • Kari Goetz – Vice President of External Relations, The Florida Aquarium • Margaret Miller – Director, University of South Florida Institute for Research in Art • Robin Nigh – Arts Programs Manager, City of Tampa 60+ attendees

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Inclusive Organization

The Future of Innovation

In August, the Chamber’s Women of Influence Committee and Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay hosted The Future of Innovation with Lakshmi Shenoy, CEO of Embarc Collective in the Water Street Tampa Project. 150+ attendees

Women of Influence Luncheon

MaryAnn Ferenc, Mise en Place and 2018 Treasurer, moderates a discussion with Linda Alvarado, President and CEO of Alvarado Construction

The event featured speaker Linda Alvarado, president and CEO of Alvarado Construction, Inc., a commercial general contractor, construction manager, development, design/build, and property management firm. Alvarado made history as the first Hispanic (male or female) owner of a Major League Baseball franchise. As an owner of the Colorado Rockies, her role is also significant as it marked the first time that any woman was involved in a bid for ownership of a Major League Baseball team. Sold-out crowd of 750+ Colleen Chappell of ChappellRoberts earned the 2018 Dottie Berger MacKinnon Woman of Influence Award

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Inclusive Organization

Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay Over 500 members age 21 to 35

Vision Series The Vision Series was created to address long term, multidimensional issues with the potential to change the trajectory of our business community. Emerging Leaders engaged in dialogue with key community stakeholders, created opportunity for future generations, and were exposed to content that will create the headlines of tomorrow.

March – Tampa Bay Rays Baseball Relocation Held at Lion’s Eye Institute, the event featured media coverage from ABC Action News and Telemundo. 100+ attendees

June – Beyond BRT Held at One Buc Place, key community stakeholders and leaders discussed how BRT may serve as a catalyst to further the advancement of Bay Area transportation. 100+ attendees

August – The Future of Innovation in Tampa Bay Partnered with the Women of Influence Committee, the event featured Lakshmi Shenoy, CEO of Embarc Collective, and was held at the Tampa Museum of Art. 150+ attendees

October – Tampa Mayoral Debate Held at HCC Dale Mabry, WFLA live-streamed the event moderated by Aaron Sharockman, PolitiFact. Over 10 members from HCC Dale Mabry Student Government supported the event. As the first debate for the 2019 Mayoral election, the event garnered extensive media coverage from all of the major news outlets. 250+ attendees

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Inclusive Organization

Empower Lunches Once per month, business owners and executives shared their stories from the trenches with a select group of Emerging Leaders. From forming and funding, to operating, or even selling, members were empowered with intelligence and confidence to start or strengthen their own businesses. Speakers included: • Steve Lanza – President, Fresh Kitchen • Michael Kilgore – Chief Marketing Officer, Columbia Restaurant Group • Roberto Torres – Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Black & Denim Apparel Company & The Blind Tiger Café • Linda Olson – President & Founder, Tampa Bay Wave • Jamal Wilson – Owner, The Hall on Franklin • Kevin Hourigan – Co-Founder & CEO, Bayshore Solutions • Maryann Ferenc – CEO/Proprietor, Mise en Place • Cliff Barsi – VP Food Services & Social Enterprise, Metropolitan Ministries • Colette Glover-Hannah – Founder/CEO, Hannah’s Shoebox

Annual Meeting

The Deanne Dewey Roberts Emerging Leader Award was presented to Tammy Charles, TMC Strategies, LLC

The seventh annual dinner provided Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay members and the Tampa Bay business community the opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of the organization throughout the year. Past leadership was celebrated, and the new Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay Leadership Team was welcomed. 275 attendees

The 2018 Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay Leadership Team

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Hub For Business

Hub For Business Inclusive Organization

Catalyst

Organizational Excellence


Hub For Business

Membership 380

1-10 Employees

649

11-25 Employees

151

26-50 Employees

127

51-100 Employees

97 138

101-200 Employees 200+ Employees

Membership Committee Membership Committee members are business leaders committed to helping the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce build a strong, diverse and active business community. The Chamber continued to offer its members connections to business prospects, opportunities and relationships through more than 150 business development and networking programs.

Ambassador Committee Ambassadors assist member representatives to engage and leverage involvement. Visibility is one of the greatest benefits of Chamber membership. The Chamber has earned a reputation for being the hub for business in Tampa Bay. It’s the activities of member companies that keep Tampa’s business community vibrant and the quality of life attractive throughout our region.

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New Members Existing Members increased their membership levels Members attended programming activities

• Anniversary recognition for first- and fifth-year members • Had over 900 connections or visits with members • 41 Ribbon Cuttings • Hosted Coffee Connection every other month • Key component in member retention efforts

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Hub For Business

After 5 event at Icon Harbour Island Apartments in Tampa

Business After Hours at Hilton Downtown Tampa

Get Connected event at Top Golf

Ribbon cutting ceremony for Florida Executive Realty

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Leadership Tampa 46

Business Professionals graduated as the 47th Leadership Tampa Class Class Project The LT ’18 Class hosted a prom with over 160 attendees and raised more than $22,000 for the Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa (CDC). The proceeds benefited the CDC’s Youth Success Center’s high school seniors as they explore post-secondary educational options. Class members will also serve as mentors, helping students with the college application process.

Leadership Tampa Alumni 617 80% $12,000

Members Of Mentors in the Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay Protégé Program were LTA members. Scholarships provided by LTA for nonprofit staff and civil employees of the Leadership Tampa Class of 2018.

LTA Annual Meeting Robin DeLaVergne, Senior Vice President of Tampa General Hospital, received the 2017 Parke Wright III Award from Leadership Tampa Alumni.

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Hub For Business

Small Business of the Year Over 600 attended the 38th Annual Small Business of the Year awards.

Outstanding Leader

Startup

5-20 Employees

21-50 Employees

51-250 Employees

Brian Butler Vistra Communications

Tampa Laundry Company

My Paper Pusher, LLC

Rivero, Gordimer, & Co., P.A.

Seal Swim School

133rd Annual Meeting “Tampa Bay Towards Tomorrow,” celebrated the Chamber’s 2018 achievements. The Chamber also received greetings from Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Chairman Les Miller.

• Record engagement of membership • Introduced workforce housing initiative • Announced second cohort of MBA program

Outgoing Chamber Chair Steven Bernstein, Esq. of Fisher Phillips passed the gavel to 2019 Chair Jamie Harden of Creative Sign Designs

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Sold-out crowd of 1000

The Honorable Bob Martinez was named the 2018 H.L. Culbreath Jr. Profile in Leadership Award winner


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