People are coming together in Pinellas County. People from all walks of life and political parties are joining forces to support Greenlight Pinellas. Greenlight Pinellas will bring new transit options including dramatic bus improvements, passenger rail, and redevelopment that creates jobs. Funded by a fair approach, elimination of the transit property tax replaced with a one penny increase in the sales tax. It's our time.
About the Tampa Bay Partnership:
The Partnership was founded in 1994 by local business leaders and elected officials who had the vision and belief in forming a partnership between regional economic development organizations, stakeholders and businesses. Encompassing eight-counties, including Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota, the Partnership brings together a region, which retains its diversity while benefitting from the collective clout of a cohesive organization.
Close to 150 public and private businesses, along with 11 regional economic development organizations, make up the Partnership. In addition, the Partnership works closely with local and state officials to stimulate the Tampa Bay region’s economic growth and prosperity.
Tampa Bay Partnership Mission Statement:
The Tampa Bay Partnership is the regional organization that works with its partners to market the region nationally and internationally, to conduct regional research and to coordinate efforts to influence business and governmental issues that impact economic growth and development.
Tampa Bay Partnership Annual Report:
Click here to read our 2012 Annual Report.
Tampa Bay Partnership Location:
The Partnership office is conveniently located off of I-275 in the Westshore District.
4300 W. Cypress Street
Tampa, FL 33607
For more information, call (813) 878-2208 or email email@example.com.