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ORLANDO MAYOR BUDDY DYER TO HOLD ANNUAL
STATE OF DOWNTOWN ADDRESS AT AMWAY CENTER
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will deliver his 2012 State of Downtown Address
on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, on the floor of the LEED Gold Certified
Amway Center. This annual event held by the Downtown Orlando Partnership
provides a forum for Mayor Dyer to reiterate his goals to strengthen
Orlando and Downtown as well as share the City’s progress on the
revitalization of Downtown Orlando with Central Florida residents,
business owners and downtown workers.
This year’s topic will focus on the City’s Green Works Orlando
initiative and will be highlighted by featured speaker, Nancy Sutley,
Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, who will
speak about the role of the federal government in partnership with
cities like Orlando to develop and meet sustainability goals.
At this year’s address, Mayor Dyer will also announce the launch of the
next phase of Green Works Orlando – community engagement and planning.
This sustainability plan will serve as a road map to steer future
policies, developments and investments.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
7:15 a.m. – Registration
8:00 a.m. – Mayor Dyer’s State of Downtown Address
400 West Church Street
Orlando, Florida 32801
Since 1982, the Downtown Orlando Partnership (DOP) has held the
State of Downtown Address as their annual fundraising event.
Cost is $40 for DOP members and $50 for non-members. Corporate tables of
ten can also be reserved at a cost of $550 for DOP members and $650 for
To reserve your seat or corporate table, please contact Buffie Paulauski
at (407) 228-3891or by email at email@example.com by
Friday, September 28, 2012.
Parking will be available in the garage and surface lots listed below.
Visit downtownorlandopartnership.com for more information.
- West Church Street Garage
- Surface Lot 9 (ADA lot under I-4)
- Surface Lot 10 (under I-4)
Parking will be available for members of the media on the first floor of
the GEICO Garage.
Media satellite trucks should park on Church Street in front of the
Amway Center near Division Avenue.