Downtown Jacksonville gets a B-shot in the arm

Ten years ago Bennett Peji, long-time friend and mentor, spoke to AIGA board members around the country about passion for design. Now he’s bringing that passion to Jacksonville. Wednesday, March 7, Bennett will make a presentation to AIGA about Urban Branding and Identity. This talk could not have come at a better time, as Jacksonville struggles with rebuilding it’s own urban core.

It’s been a privilege to Chair this event. Special shout outs to Jessi Bruton “the binder girl”, Tina Veitch and Tony Allegretti for their help. Thanks to JEDC for their sponsorship.

Look for photos and podcast in the next few days.

Coverage in Downtown this Week.

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