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BBX Capital Men of Style
December 1, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$150
The Galleria Fort Lauderdale, 2414 E Sunrise Blvd, Fort Lauderdale will be holding the 16th Annual BBX Capital Men of Style on December 1 from 6 – 9 p.m.
This high energy event presented by Signature Grand and sponsored by BBX Capital will showcase a stellar roster of prominent men who are making a positive impact in the community.
The 12 influential South Florida men who have graciously donated their time and resources to worthy causes and will work the runway on behalf of their participating nonprofits are:
Chris Caputo, Wilton Manors City Commissioner (The Pride Center at Equality Park)
David Cooley, Owner/Agent, State Farm Insurance and Financial Services Pompano Beach (Henderson Behavioral Health)
Gregg Goldstein, Chief Strategy Officer, EM Consulting Group (Leadership Broward Foundation)
Andre Gonzalez, Project Wealth Advisor, Synovus Bank (Florida Children’s Theatre)
David Greenberg, President, Greenberg Capital and Strategic Advisor, Florida Panthers Hockey Team (Junior Achievement of South Florida)
Chris Hawk, Interventional Cardiologist, MSPB Cardiology Group (Jack & Jill Center)
Jorge Hernandez, Vice President of Supply Chain Services and Chief Procurement Officer, Broward Health (Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center)
Mike Linder, Owner, SilverLining Inflight Catering, JET Runway Café, YOT, Canyon and Event Effects Group (Kids In Distress)
Justin Nepola, Attorney, Nepola Yonta Attorneys at Law (FLITE Center)
David Smith, Executive Vice President and CFO, Memorial Healthcare System (Art and Culture Center/Hollywood)
Marc Spoto, AVP of Marketing, JM&A Group (HANDY)
Andrew Wurtele, Private Investor (Heart Gallery of Broward County)
Guests will be treated to gourmet selections from area restaurants and an open bar with Stoli Vodka and wines from Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants plus live entertainment.
Tickets go on sale October 12 and will be $150 per person including complimentary valet parking. Online voting will be available at $25 per vote.