24 Sep, 2018
CityCURRENT’s Missions is to #PowertheGOOD
In 2005, Lipscomb & Pitts Insurance brought this amazing philanthropic organization into the Mid-South. CityCURRENT is composed of over 100 corporate partner, like us, who support the organization’s focus on volunteerism, free events, and positive media. eBiz has been partnered with CityCURRENT since 2015. Through its partners, CityCURRENT is able to fully fund its activities so that it can invite the community to participate in a variety of free events that help #PowertheGOOD. CityCURRENT is truly about people working together to empower the good in the community.
Every year, CityCURRENT hosts over 150 FREE events. Some of those events include: guest speaker receptions, Give Back lunches, Samaritan’s Feet Shoe Distributions, Professional Connection Lunches, etc. Their event series, Signature Breakfast, aggregates business and community leaders for a highly informational and motivational morning with national guest speakers.
With the leadership of Jeremy Park, CityCURRENT has been able to bring a surge of energy into the community. Not only does he lead CityCURRENT, but he also hosts the CityCURRENT radio show that highlights positivity and showcases a mix of business and community leaders. He is also heavily involved with the SPARK Awards. The SPARK Awards celebrates and honors individuals and organizations in the community who are making a positive impact.
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This summer, Nashville joined the CityCURRENT family. This past week, the city held its 4th Signature Breakfast featuring author and former news anchor Bob Sellers. It was an event filled with great businesses and even greater people! With over 40 partners, CityCURRENT Nashville continues to grow and #PowertheGOOD.
Jeremy Park Speaking at the September 12th Nashville Signature Breakfast
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