Pool Party, Baby!

July 7, 2009
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Make A Scene Downtown! has been bringing folks out to experience Jacksonville in a new way this past year. Their parties have gotten better and better and this July they’ll be a whole lot wetter too. The city-sponsored event planners are putting together a series of pool parties at Downtown hotels every other Thursday beginning on July 2nd. The “Pool Splash Party” will be from 5 to 8 pm and will feature live entertainment, good eats, drink specials, giveaways and a whole lotta fun. The parties will take place on the pool deck of the following hotels:
July 2 – Omni Jacksonville Hotel Rooftop Deck (245 Water St.) featuring Ron Rodriguez & The Repeat Offenders
July 16 – Hyatt Regency Jacksonville (225 E Coastline Dr.) Riverfront Pool Deck featuring Captain Hook
July 30 – Crown Plaza Jacksonville (1201 Riverplace Blvd.) Riverfront Pool Deck featuring The Parkstreet Band
These events are a great way to network with area muckety-mucks or, at the very least, cool off after a busy day at the office. For details, visit www.coj.net.

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