It was a beautiful day ! blue skies, not so hot a perfect wedding day!
SECOND DAY, A HUGE SUCCESS AND MANY PEOPLE CELEBRATING THE HOPE THAT THE ECONOMY IS GETTING STRONGER IN ORLANDO!
Many people visited the Fair today, we were very happy to receive our friends from Globo International, Jo & Yara Cavaignac, Eraldo Manes BB10, Paulo Correa BB10, Meow Cintia e Fabricio Acai’ Guarana,and many more !
Hello! Yes! We were there not only looking around but also as participants on stand #138. The Brazilian Community is present with The Central Florida Brazilian American Chamber of Commerce, IdeaBrazil Advertising, Facebrasil Magazine, HotspotOrlando Jornal Nossa Gente, and Acai Guarana’.
Who: Snap! is a project of The Lucie Foundation, a national 501(c) 3 charitable foundation with the mission to celebrate master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging photographers and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide. www.luciefoundation.com Snap is founded by: Patrick Kahn / Producer of Snap! and publisher of The Book LA What: Snap! Orlando is 5‐day photography celebration showcasing the work of renowned international, national and local photographers, as well as images from emerging talents. The event includes: over a dozen multi‐venue exhibits, artist appearances, workshops, lectures, parties, live art projections, performance art, portfolio reviews, youth programs, and more. The theme for Snap! 2011 is “Perception & Reality”
We were at Lake Eola for the Earth Day Celebration. After walking for a few minutes, to check around the stands, I thought I had traveled in time and was back in the Hippie era .The music, the smell in the air of different things, the beautiful bucolic park and the swans, the people dressed so careless, it felt light, different, but no, I was here, it is 2011, and times have changed, but the difference is, the hippies asked for Peace & Love,and today asking for that is a waste of time, half of the world is fighting some stupid war. Now we need to learn that Nature is really calling and if we don’t turn green, we will turn dead, as simple as that.
If you travel a lot, move a lot or relocate constantly, you know how important it is to count on the neighbourhood you live in.
Orlando is a great place to live, people like to converse, and it is a city with Magic, not only because of Disneyworld, or the Orlando Magic, but it is a big city with the feeling of a small town.
Central Florida Brazilian American Chamber of Commerce and his Directory commanded by Joao Marcos Pires is for sure keeping their commitment on connect business people in the area. More and more we see new faces, and bigger Companies joining the Chamber,promoting Orlando and the Brazilian Business Community. You can check the website at www.cfbacc.com