When: Wednesday, March 13, 10 a.m. EST
Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect, Microsoft Corp.
Bill Regeer, vice president of Information Technology for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Bruce Brooks, director, Community Affairs, Microsoft Corp.
Gary Cain, president and COO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida (Orlando)
Orlando Boys & Girls Club members and program participants
What: A press reception will celebrate the expansion of the Club Tech program throughout Florida. The program, a joint effort between Microsoft and Boys & Girls Clubs of America, provides software, curriculum and training for more than 3,000 Boys & Girls Clubs across the country.
For crews that require setup time, please arrive at 9:45 a.m. EST.
Where: Southwest Unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida
5055 Raleigh St.Orlando, FL 32811(407) 298-0680
Coming from the north
Take the I-4 E./I-4 W. ramp toward Orlando/Tampa.
Take the I-4 E. exit on the left toward Orlando.
Take the SR-435 N. exit (30B) on the left toward Universal Studios.
Stay straight to go onto FL-435 N./S. Kirkman Rd.
Turn right onto Raleigh St.
Coming from the south
Take the I-4 W. ramp toward Orlando.
Merge onto I-4 W.
Take the Gore St. exit (37).
Merge onto W. Gore St.
Turn slight right onto Orange Center Blvd.
Turn left onto FL-423 S./S. John Young Parkway.
Turn right onto W. Columbia St.
Turn slight right onto Elston Lane.
Turn slight left onto Raleigh St.
Parking is located behind the facility (in the grass lot) or at the Lila Mitchell Center Clinic one block west of the club at 515 Raleigh St.
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