Craig Ustler’s “Urban Thought” Breakfast Series
Brings Big Orlando Thinkers Together
for Casual Conversation: November 21 Event to Feature
Phil Rawlins of Orlando City Soccer Club
Enjoy new ideas and fresh inspiration during a casual community conversation with great city leaders in the Urban Think Foundation’s series, “Urban Thought: Community-minded Conversations with Orlando’s Biggest Thinkers.” Host Craig Ustler, currently serving as the Foundation’s Co-Chairman, discusses life and the state of Orlando’s urban environment with November’s Urban Thought guest, Phil Rawlins, President and Owner of Orlando City Soccer Club.
The conversation will take place Thursday, November 21 at SNAP! Space, 1013 Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Doors open for breakfast and networking at 7:45 a.m. and the program will run from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
Originally from the UK, Phil Rawlins has been living in the US for over 17 years. He founded and developed a highly successful IT sales & marketing consulting company which worked with most of the world’s leading hi-tech companies. Phil has over ten years of sports team management experience, being an owner and director of his hometown team Stoke City FC who play in the English Premier League. He founded the Austin Aztex in 2007 before moving with the team and his family to Orlando in late 2010.
This is the 4th Urban Thought breakfast discussion. Craig Ustler hosted Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer as Urban Thought’s inaugural guest in March, Kathy Ramsberger, President, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, in June, and John Lewis, CEO of LYNX, in September. Video feed can be found at http://bit.ly/10pV60G.
Urban Thought with Phil Rawlins is kindly sponsored by Baker Barrios, GrayRobinson, Orlando City Soccer Club, SNAP! Orlando, Space Girl Organics, and the Ustler Group of Companies.
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Urban Think Foundation
The Urban Think Foundation is an Orlando based 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to investing in local educational, creative, and cultural-building programs. Foundation programs include acclaimed children’s literacy program Page 15, and independent literary press Burrow Press. The programs of the Urban Think Foundation are funded in part by United Arts of Central Florida, State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, Walt Disney World, and the Downtown Orlando Development Board. Visit: www.urbanthinkfoundation.org.