Networking event celebrates diversity and inclusion in the region
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (July 2, 2012) — On July 7, 2012, Greater Louisville International Professionals will partner with various professional associations of Louisville to host “Salsa, Soul, Sushi, and Samosas” at the Louisville Palace. The event will feature an evening of salsa dancing with Grupo Ache and international music by international DJ Maxik who is flying from Baltimore for the occasion, as well as a range of worldly appetizers from local restaurants.
The aim of this unique event is to provide an inclusive and fun environment that gathers all of the organizations’ diverse membership together for networking, collaborations, dancing and celebrating the community. The event will be a time to build bridges among the many unique professional backgrounds, thinking styles, ethnicities and cultures in Louisville.
“Salsa, Soul, Sushi and Samosas” begins at 8 p.m. at the Louisville Palace. It is open to the public with general admission available for $15 and $10 in advance. VIP tickets are $30 and feature private area, VIP suite, one drink and small hors d’oeuvres. Some of the proceeds will fund scholarships for minorities.
The partnering organizations hosting this event are the Business Diversity Network of Kentucky, Hispanic Latino Business Council, Greater Louisville International Professionals, Leadership Louisville Center, National Association of Women MBA Association, National Black MBA Association, National Society of Hispanic MBAs, New2Lou, Asia Institute- Crane House, Yelp, India Professional Council, and the Young Professional Association of Louisville (YPAL).
The event is sponsored by Brown-Forman, LG&E and Papa John’s.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://salsa-soul-sushi-samosas.org.