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Published: April 04, 2017

UT to Host Annual Adam Smith Breakfast April 13

On Thursday, April 13, join The University of Tampa Sykes College of Business for the annual Adam Smith Society Breakfast. The event will run from 7:30–9:30 a.m. in the Crescent Club on the ninth floor of the Vaughn Center on campus, 401 W. Kennedy Blvd.

The Adam Smith Society Breakfast is geared toward local business community members operating in the global economy. The event includes breakfast as well as an update on the Tampa Bay economy by John Stinespring, UT associate professor of economics, and Vivekanand Jayakumar, UT associate professor of economics.

Tickets are free for UT faculty and staff, $5 for UT students, $75 for an individual seat, $395 for a table of eight (two seats reserved for UT students) and $1,000 for a Spartan Sponsor package (includes two tables for 12 guests and four students and recognition at the event).

Proceeds from the breakfast will support the Adam Smith Society, the honor society of the Department of Economics at UT.

To purchase tickets, go to www.adamsmithbreakfast2017.eventbrite.com. For questions about the event, contact Jessica Luce, staff assistant for the Sykes College of Business, at (813) 257-3039 or jluce@ut.edu.


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