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13-146 Sheriff’s Office Collaborates With Various Community Partners To Raise Awareneness Of Homelessness Issue

Who:
Sheriff Bob Gualtieri
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office

Bob Dillinger, Pinellas County Public Defender

State Representative Kathleen Peters

Clearwater Regional Chamber
Bob Clifford, President

Homeless Leadership Board
Carlen Petersen, Chairwoman

Art Institute of Tampa
A Branch of Miami International University of Art & Design
David Konitzer, Associate Dean of Academics
Jennifer Peterson, Academic Department Director
Students

What:
The Sheriff’s Office will host the accouncement of a collaboration with various community partners to raise public awareness of the various faces of homelessness.

When:
The partnership will be announced at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, July 8, 2013.

Where:
The announcement will be made at Pinellas Safe Harbor located at 14840 49th Street North in Clearwater.

Why/How:
The Sheriff’s Office will join various community partners to include the Homeless Leadership Board, The Clearwater Regional Chamber and the Art Institute of  Tampa to announce the launch of  the creation of a marketing campaign to increase awareness of the various faces of homelessness; and designed change public perception in regards to homelessness.

Students of the Art Institute of Tampa will participate during the upcoming semester to develop a multimedia campaign to this end. Honor students guided by faculty will put their creative skills behind this marketing campaign for 2013/2014.

The media is invited to cover the announcement.

If you have additional questions,  please contact the Sheriff’s Public Information Office at (727) 582-6200.

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