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Creative Cloud Community Tour
When: Tuesday, July 22. 6.00-9.00pm
Where: Keiser University
5002 West Waters Ave, Tampa, FL 33634
Join us to see the latest in Adobe Creative Cloud since CS6. Learn new features that make everyday tasks easier and faster and how support for cutting-edge hardware and standards will free you to build anything you can imagine. Get answers to your questions and get inspired by designers who are creating amazing work.
Andrew Trice is a Creative Cloud Evangelist for Adobe where he is passionate about creativity and technology. Andrew is an accomplished technical leader, published author, and has over a decade delivering cutting edge experiences for the desktop, web and mobile devices. You can see Andrew’s latest work on mobile apps, photography, 3D printing, video production, or software development at tricedesigns.com or follow him on Twitter: @andytrice
Local ACP Mike Hoffman will join Andrew with some additional presentations. Some of you will remember Mike from our June Meeting
This event will be catered by Lee Roy Selmon’s Restaurant. THE FOOD and DRINKS WILL BE FREE, SO COME EARLY AND COME HUNGRY! The event will officially start at 6 but if you are hungry, we will start putting the food out at 5ish! Also don’t forget to register so we order enough food for everyone. Pulled pork sliders….brisket sliders….smoked chicken sliders… shrimp cocktail…peach cobbler…. what are you waiting for?
6:00 PM – 6:30 PM – Registration Check-In, Food, Networking
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM – Presentations by Andrew Trice & Mike Hoffman
8:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Q&A, Raffle & Wrap-Up
Make sure to register, each registration will include a FREE T-shirt. (Must be present to receive).
Register here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/creative-cloud-event-tampa-tickets-11834919563
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