On September 9, The Glazer Children’s Museum allowed Tampa Bay to view the world through the eyes of a child at their annual Imagination Gala. The “Vintage Hollywood” affair brings together the community to support the Glazer Children’s Museum and their mission to help the future of the next generation. Between auctions and sponsorships, the Imagination Gala looks to the community as a resource to help further its mission. Among those in Tampa Bay looking to contribute to the community is Brad Ford, President of Trademark Metals Recycling.
Not only was Trademark Metals Recycling an Inspiration Sponsor at this year’s Imagination Gala, but he and his wife Kelly were also part of the Host Committee. The importance Trademark Metals Recycling places on community involvement is unprecedented, and it shows through their efforts.
The Glazer Children’s museum is an educational and community resource for the Tampa Bay area. Ranking among the top five Children’s Museums in America, Glazer Children’s Museum creates a healthy environment where children can play, interact, and discover the world around them. The Glazer Children’s Museum’s hope is to add a robotics exhibit to its gallery. The Imagination Gala contributes $1 million to $1.5 million to the Glazer Children’s Museum fundraising budget. This would not be possible if not for people like Brad Ford or companies such as Trademark Metals Recycling.
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