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PFAWL's annual Pub Crawl is back!
The Crawl is scheduled for Saturday, June 14, 2014, and will cost $25.00 for early registration and $30.00 for general admission afterward.* The event consists of five beach hot spots where the Crawlers will be taken to each location by the Jolley Trolley.
Proceeds collected on the Pub Crawl will help fund a scholarship for a single-parent attending Stetson. This event is open to everyone!
Opportunities are also available for "stop" sponsors, "trolley" sponsors," and "cash" sponsors:
$250 per stop – stop sponsors may set up information on their business at the pub, speak briefly to all Crawlers, and enjoy the stop, interacting with the Crawlers.
$300 for food at one stop – sponsors also have the ability to set up a station with information for Pub Crawlers.
$600 – Trolley sponsors will speak briefly to all Crawlers and may send a person on the crawl to interact with the Crawlers.
All sponsors will receive recognition in our advertisements for the event, during the event, and in our April & May PFAWL newsletters.
To sponsor this event, contact Member Socials Director, Shavarne Dahlquist, (727) 567 - 4345 or email@example.com.
*not including services fees and charges
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The Pinellas County Chapter of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers (PFAWL) is one of 32 local chapters of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers (FAWL), which is the statewide voice for Florida's women lawyers.
FAWL’s mission is to actively promote gender equality and the leadership roles of FAWL’s members in the legal profession, judiciary and community at large. To achieve these goals, FAWL will uphold the highest standard of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession, promote reform in law, and facilitate administration of justice.
PFAWL is devoted to actively promoting the advancement of women in the legal profession and furthering the common interests of its members by encouraging camaraderie and learning among its members. PFAWL is committed to issues concerning our legal community, especially those facing women and seeks to promote women's opportunities and rights by enhancing the visibility of women within the legal profession and within their communities and by creating and maintaining supportive networks among women in the legal and other professions.