Buzz / 10 31, 2017

AMA Breakfast Keynote, Dreams of Dalí: A Virtual Reality Experience

Join the Tampa Bay AMA as they host their November Keynote featuring Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer for The Dalí Museum on November 16th

Downtown St. Petersburg’s Dalí Museum is now on the map for its groundbreaking addition to their permanent collection: a Virtual Reality Experience. This vision is the product of Kathy Greif – Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer for The Dalí Museum and AMA Tampa Bay’s November Keynote Speaker. Now you can hear first hand how Virtual Reality has transformed the visitor experience and business model for the Dalí Museum.

Kathy has updated the museum’s attraction by bringing in cutting-edge technology to what was once a traditional museum experience. Through her initiative to bring Virtual Reality to the museum, guests can now take a journey into the creative mind of world-famous Spanish surrealist – Salvador Dalí.

At this Keynote Breakfast Kathy will share:

  • A behind- the -scenes view of the VR experience
  • Why Virtual Reality was used
  • Results from its use
  • How the museum is leveraging VR to reach broader audiences

The event will be held at The Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg and the ticket price will include food and beverages. AMA TB Members only will also receive free admission to the museum the day of the event.

Seating is limited to the first 120 guests to sign up, so REGISTER today.

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When | Thursday, November 16, 2017

Time | 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Location  | The Dalí Museum

Parking | Included Onsite

Price  | AMA Tampa Bay Members $30 | Non-Members $50 | Students $25

Included: Admission and Breakfast. AMA Tampa Bay Members only will receive free admission to the museum the day of the event.

*Online registration closes Tuesday, November 14th at 5pm Eastern. Event day Walk-Up registrations incur an additional $5 charge.

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