A front row seat to the RNC? I know what you’re thinking… that’s impossible, 1.) I’m not a delegate, and 2.) I’m a democrat. All joking aside, the Tampa Bay Partnership is working hard to build Front Row Tampa Bay, a unprecedented effort, built around the Republican National Convention, to promote regional and Florida businesses while giving business leaders prime meeting and networking opportunities to benefit from this event. By broadcasting live online during the convention, this will give business and leaders and the community, literally a front row seat.
From a theatre complex located close to the Convention site, four days of major business panels will be live-streamed to targeted influencers and business interests across the nation.
Want to get involved? Front Row Tampa Bay is looking for Tampa Bay’s “next big thing” in broadcast to report in the field and in front of a live studio audience for four days worth of programming taking place Aug. 27-30.
Tampa Bay’s “next big thing” just may be from Pasco County!
Are you energetic, captivating and comfortable in front of the camera? Can you think fast on your feet and handle a the ups and downs of a live audience and TV show? This is your opportunity to shine!
The winner will have top-notch interview skills, have the ability to improvise at a moment’s notice and ask thought-provoking questions on a variety of topics important to the Tampa Bay region.
How to Enter:
Individuals interested in competing for this opportunity can submit a one-to-two minute video showcasing why they, or someone they interview love Tampa Bay in one of the following ways (be sure to mention Pasco!):
Upload your video to YouTube and email the link to email@example.com;
Post your video to Front Row Tampa Bay’s Facebook page:
www.facebook.com/frontrowtampabay ; or
Tweet a link of your submission to @frontrowtb
Deadline to submit is Wednesday, August 1, 2012.
The winner will have a paid opportunity to interview Florida’s leading business professionals during the week of the 2012 Republican National Convention.