WALTON COUNTY, Fla. (July 31, 2019) –The Young Professionals of Walton County (YPWC) will host a panel discussion titled, “Jack and Jane of All Trades,” on Thursday, August 8, from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., at The Hyatt Place Sandestin located in Grand Boulevard.
Sponsored by Matthews & Jones, LLP., young professionals and prospective members will have the opportunity to hear from various local professionals who are experts in their area of service during a lively panel discussion. Panelists include Todd Bierbaum, Bierbaum IT; Katelyn Bryant, Spa98; Kali David, Plate to Plate; Wilson McGinness, Gulf Coast Home Services; and Simon Smith, Auto Mechanic. They will discuss a range of topics including skin care, automotive, technology, culinary, hosting, and home improvement.
Additional event sponsors include Clutch Media Works, Eloquent Signs, and Epic Photo Co. This event is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. To accommodate all guests, YPWC asks those interested in attending to RSVP online at http://ypwaltoncounty.com/Events.
Along with monthly events, the Young Professionals of Walton County are also hosting a membership drive. Three randomly selected individuals who have completed their YPWC membership paperwork by Thursday, October 10, 2019, will be entered to win one of the prize packages. Each package consists of donations from area business, including Brotula's Seafood House & Steamer, Cory Fosdyck, Cuvee Kitchen + Wine Bar, Destin Charity Cornhole Tournament, Epic Photo Co., Grayton Beer Brewpub, Grayton Beer Company, Harvest Wine & Food Festival, Marlin Grill, Restaurant Paradis, Slick Lips Seafood House & Oyster Bar, Spa98, The Market Shops Annual Bloody Festival and The Village of Baytowne Beer Festival.
The winners will be drawn at the YPWC After Hours Social Event on October 10. YPWC offers a number of membership levels ranging from corporate to individual. For more information on membership tiers and how you can join to be entered to win, please visit http://bit.ly/YPWCmembership.