What’s Next at the Orlando Museum of Art?
Christi and Kate Ashby, the leaders behind Orange Appeal and Interior Appeal magazines, as well as the Orlando Women’s Conference, hosted their monthly luncheon, “Ladies Lunch.” The event took place at Mitchell’s Fish Market in Winter Park Village. Their monthly luncheons are a chance for local female professionals to network with other community-minded executives and philanthropists. Randy Ross, Marketing Director for the Orlando Museum of Art, discussed what guests could expect to see as the museum celebrates its 90th anniversary. Ross provided a sneak peak of the new upcoming gallery and exhibit for the Orlando Museum of Art.
Orange Appeal Magazine is the premiere woman’s periodical in Central Florida. Founded by Christi and Kate Ashby and launched in 2008, Orange Appeal Magazine serves the growing markets of educated, active women in Central Florida. The publication reaches readers from Lake Mary to Celebration, and everywhere in between. Each issue features women representing a diverse background, from the area’s top business leaders to industrious entrepreneurs and leaders in the non-for-profit sector.
Amy Wise, Appleton Creative’s Vice President of Marketing and Client Relations, attended the luncheon to receive the inside scoop on upcoming news and events. Appleton Creative is a proud partner to Orange Appeal and wishes continued success with the monthly “Ladies Lunch.”
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