Being Bruce -: Wilmington Downtowner's Meet & Mingle

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Wilmington Downtowner's Meet & Mingle

For the third month in a row Downtown Wilmington residents, business owners, and folks who do business downtown met at Front Street Brewery to catch up with old friends and make new connections.

Alex Canipe, instructor and sales associate with Finkelstein Music Company showed up as one of three showcased companies.
Alex didn't fight when I asked him to pose with FSB's Mandy, Shannan Bowen of the Star News, and Kelsie and Jamie from FSB.
John Hinnant of Wilmington Downtown, Inc. and Kevin O'Grady, candidate for city council.
Steve West of N2 Publishing and Beth Rossi, Assistant General Manager of the Hilton Garden Inn.

Wendy Hunt from NBM Magazine and Wendy Turner from CBS 10 Wilm. Front Street Brewery staff made sure we were fed and served very well with speed, charm, and friendliness. From left to right server Mandy, cook Josh, server Kelsie, front of house manager Ronda Aycock, and server Justin.
Sabina Newman of SCN Insight and Cynthia Moxie Lee of Moxie Floral Design.
Diana Hill, paralegal with Financial Protection Law Center, Natasha Davis with Communities in Schools of Cape Fear, and Kevin O'Grady.

A crowd shot. Joy Gregory, actor and singer in the production Smokey Joe's Cafe stopped in for a few minutes.
Cynthia Moxie Lee and Ray Baca of Evolve Image Studios.
Cynthia Moxie Lee, Ray Baca, FSB's Marketing Director Ellie Craig, and Opera House Theaer Co. Director Ray Kennedy.
Another crowd shot.
The Historic Wilmington Foundation was a showcased group.

Historic Wilmington Foundation Associate Director Gareth Evans and Executive Director George Edwards flank RVSP Cape Fear's publisher Terry M. Hall.