Duncan Scarry has been asked to speak at the Morton Plant Mease Foundation’s Corporate Associates CEO Breakfast regarding the influence of technology on advertising. Scarry will be speaking alongside Jeff Lyash, President of Progress Energy and Karen Dunlap, President of the Poynter Institute.
The breakfast is an opportunity for Tampa Bay area business professionals to hear perspectives from the nation’s business leaders. Former speakers have been Brian Auld of the Tampa Bay Rays, Ed Crenshaw of Publix Supermarkets, Larry Morgan of LCM Investments and Debra Redmond of Nordstrom.
“Our Annual Corporate Breakfast was created to update our corporate members about what is taking place in our hospitals and share the current status of Morton Plant Mease Foundation events, memberships and campaigns. This breakfast is one more way we give back to our corporate community and bring them together to promote business and social networking.” said Kathleen Simon, event coordinator for the Morton Plant Mease Foundation.
“I’m really honored to be speaking at this event. Technology changes advertising every day. It’s going to be a great opportunity to discuss how different industries are adapting to technology changes while doing something to help the Morton Plant Mease Foundation,” said Scarry.
The event will be held on September 28th at the St. Petersburg College EpiCenter.
Duncan Scarry is President of Moore & Scarry Advertising, a nationally-recognized leader in digital advertising and one of the fastest growing advertising agencies in the nation.
The Morton Plant Mease Foundation provides philanthropic support to Mease Countryside, Mease Dunedin, Morton Plant, and Morton Plant North Bay hospitals. Over the past decade, Morton Plant Mease Foundation has granted more than $100 million to support the hospitals of Morton Plant Mease.