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Tampa Downtown Partnership launches community feedback series

The series will move throughout Downtown Tampa over the next few weeks.

What's Pop-In Popcorn Bag - image source Tampa Downtown Partnership.JPG

There’s more than popcorn in store.

Photo via the Tampa Downtown Partnership

Downtown Tampa is ever-changing (ahem, like the constant new openings on Water Street). But how do you want to see it grow and change?

A new series put on by the Downtown Tampa Partnership asks just that. The organization is hosting a seven-day series of sessions starting tomorrow entitled “What’s Pop-In?” out of a half-size shipping container. Just bring your unfiltered thoughts on everything from community events to neighborhood character.

The first event is booked for tomorrow, June 1 at Rock the Park at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Share your hopes + opinions on the Downtown River Arts District with partnership staff to help guide future plans.

Psst, come hungry. You’ll score free popsicles, cake pops, soda pop, and popcorn.

Other sessions throughout the week (Thursday, June 1-Wednesday, June 7) will tackle Water Street, Channel District, Tampa Heights + West Riverfront, ENCORE!, and the Downtown Core.

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