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“It’s a Deaf Thing” to Host Third Annual Deaf Expo in October 2019

February 12, 2019

I received an email request from Terry Hunt, deaf business owner, volunteer, and committee chair for the Florida-based nonprofit, It’s a Deaf Thing, asking me to promote the nonprofit’s 2019 expo on my blog.

Happy to do so, Terry.

It’s a Deaf Thing describes itself as “a 501(3)(c) non-profit organization (registered in 2015; EIN 47-2187874; principal officers: David and Bobbi Lind) that is hosted and managed by ProjectDEAF (official name of nonprofit). We are a deaf expo that is located in Lakeland, FL. It’s a Deaf Thing bring the deaf community and deaf people together. Our primary language is American Sign Language.”

The organization’s primary mission “is to support and empower the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. [Plan] Deaf Expo to help expose the Deaf-Owned Business, Deaf-Friendly Business, and Deaf-Related Business, also to bring the Deaf community together and awareness of the Deaf community.”

To learn of the new sign name for It’s a Deaf Thing, see the video below featuring event coordinator, Rebecca Hunt:

 

2019 Deaf Expo

 

It’s a Deaf Thing has been hosting its Deaf Expo since September 2017; its second expo (October 2018) included 44 vendors and over 1,200 attendees.

The Third Annual Deaf Expo is scheduled for October 05, 2019, in Lakeland, Florida, and includes the blind community:

Save the Date – October 5, 2019, Lakeland, FL

The Deaf Expo will have over 60+ vendors and 4,000 tickets! It’s a Deaf Thing expecting 2019 Deaf Expo to be the biggest expo ever hosted by ProjectDEAF. Let’s make this Expo the best expo for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Blind community!

Since the event is being underwritten by a private donor, tickets to the 2019 Deaf Expo are FREE and can be ordered by CLICKING HERE.

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“It’s a Deaf Thing” Logo

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