SOURCE: Erwin Penland

Erwin Penland

January 27, 2014 12:35 ET

Erwin Penland Accepting Thought Leader Scholarship Applications to Experience Food For Thought

Application Deadline Is March 1

GREENVILLE, SC--(Marketwired - Jan 27, 2014) -  Full-service marketing agency Erwin Penland today announced the opening of the thought leader scholarship application process for Food For Thought, the agency's seventh annual creativity and inspiration conference. Because great ideas know no socioeconomic boundaries, Erwin Penland will offer as many as 10 full scholarships, providing access to a diverse pool of attendees.

"Since its inception, the core pillars of Food For Thought have been about inspiring creativity and sharing great ideas," said event founder Joe Erwin, President of Erwin Penland. "With such an intimate gathering, we strive to bring together the most diverse group of presenters and participants to help spark the conversation and creativity of the brilliant minds present."

The event, which will take place in Greenville, South Carolina from April 29 - May 1, is limited to approximately 100 guests in order to maintain an unparalleled level of intimacy. Food For Thought organizers offer thought leader scholarships to allow budding entrepreneurs, educators, non-profit workers, students and public servants the opportunity to participate without paying the $1,575 registration fee or travel costs.

This scholarship program allows recipients to participate alongside senior level marketers, entrepreneurs and other accomplished professionals, and take the three days of pure inspiration back to their organizations. Scholarship candidates should apply at http://scholarship.foodforthoughtconference.com/ by March 1. Those selected will be notified with ample time to coordinate travel plans with Food For Thought organizers.

The agenda for this year's Food For Thought contains a variety of sessions designed to impact how attendees view their work, the world and even themselves, including:

  • A conversation with Adam Garone, CEO & Co-Founder of Movember, the global charity aimed at improving men's health, one mustache at a time.
  • Insights into the journey from incarcerated gang members to successful entrepreneurs with Catherine Hoke, the visionary behind NYC-based entrepreneurship program Defy Ventures
  • An afternoon of high-revving driving action at the BMW Performance Center.
  • The incredible story of Dan Pallotta, the inventor of the multi-day AIDSRides and Breast Cancer 3-Days who pioneered the civic engagement movement and leads Advertising for Humanity.
  • The best food you ever had at a conference, including an intimate dinner with Donald Link, award-winning chef/owner of the acclaimed Cochon restaurant in New Orleans.
  • A rousing performance by one of the hottest bands coming out of Nashville, Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, who have opened for the likes of The Avett Brothers and Sister Hazel.
  • And many more panels and events still to be announced.

To learn more about this year's event, visit: http://epfft.com/

About Food For Thought:
Food For Thought is a catalytic event that celebrates the intersection of food, creative thinking, entrepreneurialism and social responsibility. The three-day conference, held annually in Greenville, S.C., brings together some of the country's leading entrepreneurs, innovators, chefs and thought leaders. Founded by Joe Erwin, Food For Thought is a fully experiential event designed to inspire dialogue and debate among an intimate group of diverse attendees. Activities range from panel discussions and impromptu think tanks to gourmet cooking and precision driving at the nearby BMW Performance Center. Food for Thought is a creation of Erwin Penland, which operates offices in Greenville, New York and Detroit. For more information, visit http://epfft.com/.

About Erwin Penland
Helping create success for the people we touch, Erwin Penland builds brands and businesses by seamlessly integrating strategic planning, digital development, content creation and distribution, customer experience and a host of other disciplines. With offices in New York, Detroit and Greenville, S.C., Erwin Penland has earned numerous awards for marketing effectiveness and creative excellence. Its empowering culture, entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to inclusion and collaboration are among the reasons Erwin Penland was named one of the Best Places to Work by Advertising Age. The 375-person firm is part of Boston-based Hill Holliday, one of the nation's largest ad agencies and a member of The Interpublic Group of Companies (NYSE: IPG). For more information, visit www.erwinpenland.com.

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