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What’s your cool idea for the future of Cleveland – in economic development, in housing, in education, in race relations? Cleveland State University and Cool Cleveland want to know – so the two are teaming up to present an evening of visionary civic fun with a career-boosting twist on Wednesday, April 22, 2009 from 5:30-8 p.m. on the CSU campus.
The Party for the Future of Cleveland is open to the public and is a great opportunity to join a spirited dialogue, kick your career in high gear and have a great time! Guests are encouraged to speak up and share their ideas on what Cleveland needs to do to move forward, in a festive atmosphere set amidst the glamour of CSU’s stunningly restored Fenn Tower. Reopened in 2007, Fenn Tower is a glorious example of American Art Deco design and a signature piece of CSU’s “extreme” $350 million makeover. This grande dame is now fully restored as a luxurious student housing community.
But we won’t be there to focus on the past. After a chance to mingle and network, guests will discuss Cleveland’s future in round-robin fashion with several of CSU’s executives-in-residence – top experts recruited from business, law, technology, politics, education and more. Each executive has made major contributions in moving Cleveland forward, and their business savvy and expertise is available at this exclusive event.
Executives-in-residence at the party include:
The event will be blogged live with cool ideas added continually. The event is free for CSU students, faculty and staff with CSU ID. Tickets are $14 for non-CSU guests and may be ordered online at www.CoolCleveland.com. Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Tickets can also be purchased at the party.
Created by Thomas Mulready, Cool Networks LLC is a multi-media network utilizing blogs, podcasts, vodcasts, and e-blasts to promote economic development, arts, culture and technology in Northeast Ohio. Started in late 2002, the first issue of Cool Cleveland was a concise e-mail distributed amongst friends as a way to share cool events and examine critical issues facing the region. It quickly spread via word of mouth as readers forwarded it to their peers; today, Cool Cleveland reaches tens of thousands of young professionals in the region with cool interviews, event picks, business and tech innovations and kids’ activities.
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