Mission Space Coast, a community branding initiative
Through partnership of the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast and the Space Coast Office of Tourism we are proud to launch Mission Space Coast, a community branding initiative. A unified community brand will distinguish Florida’s Space Coast as a premier place to live, work, and play.
We cordially invite you to join us for Step 1 of Mission Space Coast which is a Community of Choice Conversation.
What is a Community of Choice Conversation? This is a one-hour interactive session between organizations, both private and public, as we seek to identify the essence of the Florida’s Space Coast resulting in the first ever unified community brand.
The EDC will host multiple Community of Choice Conversations throughout the county which will engage civic organizations to garner feedback from the community about what they believe defines the Space Coast.
Community of Choice Conversations will gain feedback from participants in four primary areas: 1) Legacy 2) Landscape 3) Lifestyle and 4) Livelihood of the Space Coast. This feedback will be extrapolated and provided to outside consultants to inform Step 2 of Mission Space Coast, the focus groups.
DATE/TIME: Wednesday, October 19th at 9 AM
LOCATION: EDC Office
6525 3rd St #304, Rockledge, FL 32955
TIPS FOR SUCCESS
- Come to the Community of Choice Conversation with positive intent and willingness to collaborate.
- Come to the Community of Choice Conversation ready to share what you believe defines the Space Coast.
- Prior to attending the Community of Choice Conversation, please complete THIS FORM.
Please contact, Angela Neal, EDC Director of Special Projects at 321-638-2000 or email MissionSpaceCoast@spacecoastedc.org
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