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David Brennan & Jill Lamkin, DTMB Gives Back Day

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The South Bay Show

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Our guests this morning are David Brennan from the Manhattan Beach Education Foundation and Jill Lamkin, Executive Director for the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business & Professional Association.

David Brennan is the Director of Development & Partnerships at MBEF. He is responsible for establishing and maintaining partnerships between MBEF and the local community, including parents, PTAs, and businesses throughout the South Bay and beyond. Focused on implementing solicitation strategies for new and increased donations, David connects prospective partners with the programs and leadership of MBEF. 

Jill Lamkin is the Executive Director for the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business & Professional Association. Jill oversees marketing, advocacy, and community relations for all businesses licensed within Downtown Manhattan Beach. The Downtown Business + Professional Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of over 250 retailers, restaurants, and local businesses.

This morning, our guests will tell us about the Downtown Manhattan Beach Gives Back Day taking place on Wednesday, November 11, when 11% of sales will be donated to MBEF from participating locations in Downtown MB.


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