A New Way for Tampa Residents to Connect With Businesses Virtually

A New Way for Tampa Residents to Connect With Businesses Virtually

by Jake
April 23, 2020

As you all know, Brick Media is always on the pulse of the Tampa business scene. When we came across this new website, we wanted to share it with you all. It is a great way to support and engage with businesses during this challenging time.

A new way to connect with businesses virtually.

As the Bay area continues the Safer at Home journey, Tampa Bay Goes Live (TBGL) is working to bring local businesses and residents together. TBGL is a site that connects Tampa Bay residents to virtual classes and events hosted by local businesses—a game-changer for business owners and others who may have lost their jobs due to COVID-19.

“Most of my clients are in the hospitality industry and when I saw how hard they were hit by the ripple effects of the Coronavirus, I knew I had to find a way to help”, says Brittany Ward, TBGL founder. Ward is also Founder and CEO of A Marketing Whisperer and Create Collabs, two businesses that provide a front-row seat to impact Coronavirus has had impacted the local economy.


Tampa Bay Goes Live

What can you find on TBGL?

Visitors will find events ranging from virtual happy hours and cooking classes to conferences and workout sessions. The range of events caters to those looking for everything from entertainment to professional development.

Tampa Bay Goes Live aims to connect Tampa residents to various events that will help them to know that their money is going back into the city’s economy. The goal is to connect those residents who are hosting virtual events with those looking for classes to improve their personal and business development.

Whether you’re looking to host an event or attend a virtual class, visit Tampa Bay Goes Live to submit/sign-up.

About Tampa Bay Goes Live

Tampa Bay Goes Live was founded to give local businesses a platform to share their online events in the midst of a global pandemic and quarantine. This website serves as a central virtual location to post and browse events by local residents to ensure the support of Tampa business during a trying time. For more information, visit


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