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Hundreds Attend The Summer Networker Hosted By The Miami-Dade Film & Entertainment Advisory Board…
On Thursday, June 19th, 2008 the Miami-Dade Film & Entertainment Advisory Board hosted a Film & Entertainment Industry Summer Networker that was attended by more than 300 industry professionals.  The event took place at the fabulous Temple House owned by Dan Davidson who graciously hosted the evening’s festivities. 

                                
 Dan Davidson, GQ, Annie Perez, Hilsyde & Will Edwards                 Kevin Sharpley

“The event was a big success and everyone had a wonderful time networking.  One of the goals of the Film & Entertainment Advisory Board is to build industry cohesion and we feel that networking events such as this move us closer to accomplishing this goal,” said Will Edwards, Chair of the Miami-Dade Film & Entertainment Advisory Board.

Co-hosts of the event included Tropic Survival Advertising & Marketing, FilMiami, Cinevisun and MEG media who presented the special musical performance by up and coming singer/songwriter and composer HILSYDE who wowed the crowd with his vocals on “Lonely”.  

                                     
Gabby Fernandez and Sheila Duffy-Lehrman          Annie Perez, Hilsyde and Silvia Royer

Click here to see pictures from the event.  


 

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