TAMPA, Fl., May 23, 2019 – Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture & the Arts (TBBCA) is excited to announce GrayRobinson as its newest TBBCA pARTner. GrayRobinson shareholder and commercial litigator Sharon Carlstedt Britton is the TBBCA Vice President as well as Board Director. GrayRobinson, a full-service law and lobbying firm with attorneys and government relations professionals throughout 15 offices spanning the State of Florida and Washington, DC.
“Sharon is a keen and passionate supporter of arts and culture in our community,” remarked TBBCA Executive Director Susana Weymouth. “TBBCA is grateful for both Sharon’s and GrayRobinson’s leadership and influence that reflects so positively on that of our organization and the Tampa Ba Area.”
Britton is a Tampa native and alumnae of the Academy of the Holy Names, and formerly had abstract art studios in Ybor City and at the Oleson Gallery and Bloom Art Center. She received her undergraduate degree from The American University and her law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.
GrayRobinson is a full-service law and lobbying firm with attorneys and government relations professionals throughout 15 offices. Our attorneys, consultants, and regulatory professionals provide legal and government relations services to Fortune 500 companies, emerging businesses, lending institutions, local and state governments, developers, entrepreneurs, and individuals. We have created a firm that serves our clients and our communities while counting creativity as a hallmark characteristic and insisting on ingenuity and innovation. Our mission is to apply our legal, lobbying, and regulatory backgrounds and skills in ways that enable our clients to define and achieve their goals, while supporting our communities as a matter of mission as well as passion. For more information, please visit www.gray-robinson.com.
About Tampa Bay Businesses for Culture & the Arts (TBBCA)
TBBCA is a non-profit 501 (c) (3), one of 11 national Business Committees for the Arts and private sector network and national pARTnership Movement of Americans for the Arts. Since its founding in 1989, TBBCA has united businesses in support of arts education, and culture and the arts in our community, based on the philosophy that ‘the arts are good for business, and business is good for the arts’. TBBCA connects business and thought leaders in engagement and support of the arts, builds collaborations, innovative pARTnerships and promotes a healthy and successful business and cultural eco-system. TBBCA pARTnerships support programs including Cultural Encounters, TBBCA Chalk Walks, Call to Artists, and The Charlie Hounchell Art Stars Scholarships. For more information on TBBCA, or to join the pARTnership movement, contact 813-221-2787 or www.tbbca.org.