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What Makes TLG/FCCMA 2011 Special?

Team Based Conference - Many local government organizations are taking advantage of the team based experience of the conference and bringing several people to attend.  This conference is an outstanding venue to get inspiring ideas, kick off a large-scale project, or bring fresh thinking to a project that has stalled.

Casual Nature of the Conference - The conference will be held directly of Clearwater Beach.  Pack you comfortable attire and shoes and renew your spirit for public service on one of the most pristine beaches in the country.  Attendees are encouraged to bring an array of warm weather friendly clothing for maximum comfort in a professional atmosphere.

Average Weather - This time of year in Clearwater sees temperatures on average of low's at 72 degrees and a high of 90 degrees.  The Gulf of Mexico averages approximately 84 degrees at this point in the year.  June is the start of rainy season in Florida so you may see an afternoon thundershower during your visit.  While it will be warm outside, indoor temperatures will be comfortable 72 degrees so be sure you pack a sweater or jacket while attending sessions.

Family Friendly Venue - Special rates are available for your guest and/or children to join you at the conference. There are so many major attractions that you may want to extend your stay and visit Tampa's Busch Gardens and Adventure Island, John's Pass Village and Boardwalk at Madeira Beach, Largo's Heritage Village, Florida Botanical Gardens, Gulf Coast Museum of Art in Largo, and the newly renovated Dali Museum in St. Petersburg.

Learn anything you might want know about Pinellas County and the surrounding Tampa Bay Area by visiting the
Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater CVB web site.  Or link directly to the CVB Contact Us to ask a question on your trip.


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