Thursday, February 13, 2014

Breakfast Speaker Series Featuring Paul R. Levy

The Republican Party of Philadelphia

Presents

 “A Red State of Mind “

Monthly Breakfast Speaker Series

Featuring

Paul R. Levy
CEO of Philadelphia’s Center City District

Thursday, February 20, 2014
Doors open at 7:15 am--Program starts at 7:45 am 
at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia
Lower Level Downstairs
215 South 16th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

2013 Speaker Series Sponsors

Frederick W. Anton III, Esq.
Michael A. Cibik, Esq.
John DePaul
Robert A. Gleason
Rick Hellberg
Lee M. Herman, Esq.
Lt Col Kevin Kelly
Mark Kerschner
Andrew Terhune
Terry Tracy

A light breakfast will be served.   Attire is business casual.
The event is free of charge.   Reservations are required as space is limited.
RSVP to Denise Furey at  denise.furey@wolfe.org or 215-387-5641


Paul R. Levy is the founding chief executive of Philadelphia’s Center City District (CCD), serving in that capacity since January 1991. The CCD is a $20 million downtown management district, which provides security, cleaning, place marketing, promotion, planning and capital improvement services for the central business district of Philadelphia. Mr. Levy also serves as executive director of Central Philadelphia Development Corp., (CPDC), an advocacy and planning organization supported by the downtown business community. He serves on the boards of many civic organizations, including the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau Executive Committee and the Independence Visitor Center Corporation. He served on the 2009 Mayor’s Task Force on Tax Policy & Economic Competitiveness. He is a past chairman of the International Downtown Association and now serves on its board. Mr. Levy teaches at the graduate school of the University of Pennsylvania in the City Planning Department.  Mr. Levy holds an MA. and Ph.D. in history from Columbia University and an undergraduate degree in history from Lafayette College.




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