Neighborhood and Community Summit back for 14th year, March 2

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Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer’s 14th Annual Neighborhood and Community Summit will be held on Saturday, March 2 at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando.

The summit assembles some of the best neighborhood, arts and cultural, community and faith-based leaders and volunteers in Orlando, to share information and ideas on how to make the City Beautiful a better place to live, work, and play.

This is a one-stop-shop on how to plug into Orlando and is an excellent opportunity to learn more about City programs and resources available to help neighborhood and community organizations make a more positive impact.

Sample workshops include:

  • Ask Your Mayor – A conservation with Mayor Buddy Dyer on topics that impact The City Beautiful.
  • Rising Above The Crowd: How To Promote Your Organization In The Community – Learn proven methods of promoting your organization’s programs, services, events, and impacts through social media, community outreach, partnerships, and non-traditional media relations.
  • City Resources For Mandatory Associations – Learn about city resources that may supplement and support condominium and mandatory homeowners associations’ responsibilities.
  • Formula For A Successful and Impactful Event – Learn how successful organizations approach their event strategies than others.

Registration is currently open at cityoforlando.net/summit.  Those who register by Saturday, February 9 will receive a discounted registration cost of only $20. Registration includes complimentary parking, continental breakfast, plated lunch and access to the Neighborhood and Community Summit’s general sessions, workshops and exhibitor hall.

The event runs from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, visit cityoforlando.net/summit and download the Registration Booklet, which provides a full overview of the event’s agenda and workshop offerings.

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