The Tampa Bay Business Journal sat down with 2019-2021 Chairmain Kevin Plummer to talk about all things Tampa Downtown Partnership, Tampa Prep, and his love and spirit for the Tampa Bay community.
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The purchase of the 12,600-square-foot, two-story building gives the Accardis full control of the half-block of North Franklin Street; they own the two other buildings directly north of the wig shop’s real estate.
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The TECO Line Streetcar System is a 2.7-mile line serving the dining and entertainment destinations in Ybor, the Channel District, and Tampa’s Downtown.
When Wich, Please! opens in July, it’ll become restaurateur Dave Burton’s second shop in the waterfront-eatery after his Flock & Stock concept joined in 2018. The gourmet sandwich-based concept will also serve salads, and “creative snack smorgasbords,” according to a press release.
The Partnership is working along side the City of Tampa to host the largest Fourth of July celebration Tampa has ever seen. Boom by the Bay is back and bigger than ever with more locations, more fireworks, and more fun for everyone. Join us in one of our locations to make this experience one to remember.
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Datz, the local restaurant famous for its massive sandwiches, Mac-and-Cheeseburger, and homemade potato chips has opened a brand new café on the Riverwalk.
The Partnership’s front office is currently looking for an Executive Assistant. This position will report to the President and CEO of the Partnership.