Tampa, FL (PRWEB) October 29, 2013
Opulence has built a reputation of providing top notch programming and the 2014 SHINE-Tampa Conference March 21-22, 2014 will prove to be no different. The event is built around breaking barriers to success for victims of re-entry, reintegration, recidivism and domestic violence. The two-day conference takes place at the Hilton Garden Inn Tampa North, 13305 Tampa Oaks Blvd, Tampa, FL 33637. Friday, March 21, 2014 features a free Veteran and Returning Citizen Job and Resource Fair hosted in conjunction with reintegration experts Breaking the Cycle, Inc. (BTC) and Community Reintegration Consulting (CRC) 10:00am-2:00pm; a private VIP Networking Social from 3:00pm-5:00pm; and a Family Forum on Combating Recidivism 6:00pm-8:00pm.
Saturday, March 22, 2014, features several thought leaders, experts, presenters and keynote speakers who will share their stories of survival and how they are "Breaking Barriers to Success"! The main event features Kimothy Clark, author, entrepreneur, and ex-felon who shares the story behind his published works "Finesse in Da Game" a chronicle of what led to his lifestyle, hustle, downfall, and redemption. It also features Carolyn Hennecy, author, advocate, and domestic violence survivor. As a speaker, Carolyn informs, motivates and empowers victims and struggling survivors of abuse to see their options and potentials. She also educates and enlightens others, trying to eradicate the senseless emotional and mental damage, physical injuries, and far too often, deaths that occur as a result of abuse and domestic violence.
Opulence has created several award categories to highlight and honor great works locally, nationally, and internationally. The Global Service Award is reserved for individuals and organizations making a worldwide impact with their works. The 2014 recipient is Edmund Herman, Founder and CEO of Sisters in Harmony, Inc. In 2013, Sisters in Harmony, Inc., instituted an International Domestic Violence Initiative geared toward eradicating domestic violence in America, Europe, and the Caribbean. They have built several multinational strategic partnership to further their mission.
Registration is currently open for the Friday forum and Saturday conference. Early registration for both days is $99.00 for a limited time only. A la carte registration begins February 1, 2014. The host hotel is Hilton Garden Inn Tampa North, 13305 Tampa Oaks Blvd, Tampa, FL 33637. Call 800-445-8667 for reservations under the "Shine Conference" group rate of $99.00 per night.
About Opulence Enterprises, LLC: Opulence Enterprises, LLC provides business coaching, consulting, and representational services to individuals, businesses, and organizations. Opulence Enterprises Tampa office is the Motivational and Empowerment arm of Opulence Enterprises, LLC. Opulence was founded in 2007, by Attorney LeTonya F. Moore who presently serves as both CEO and Chief Counsel. For more information about Opulence, visit our website or call 888-973-3015.
About Breaking the Cycle, Inc.: Breaking The Cycle, Inc. is a re-entry organization founded in Cleveland, Ohio to help improve the quality of life for Returning Citizens (Ex-Offenders) by partnering with local businesses and organizations within the local community to host a community Job Fair to help improve lives of the returning citizens, decrease the rates of recidivism, and decrease the percentage of unemployed citizens. For more information on Breaking the Cycle, Inc., please contact Mike Jones, Breaking The Cycle, Inc., CEO & Founder 216.372.1372 or 404.904.0158 (Atlanta)
About Community Reintegration Consulting: Community Reintegration Consulting's (CRC) mission is to effectively and efficiently help ease the transition of veterans and returning citizens by creating realistic opportunities through education, employment, and entrepreneurship. CRC develops programs, educational curriculum, and performs skills and abilities assessments for companies and individuals to advance the objectives of creating realistic opportunities. For more information on CRC, contact Kenneth Roye at 888-973-3015 ext. 107.