Scenes from TBBW’s CEO Connect with Amanda Tress (PHOTOS) (VIDEO)

Tampa Bay Business and Wealth held its July CEO Connect with Amanda Tress, chief executive officer of FASTer Way to Fat Loss, at the USF Muma College of Business, in Tampa.

Presenting sponsors included Southstate and Talent Cloud Staffing.

Bridgette Bello, CEO and publisher of TBBW, interviewed Tress in front of a live audience. You can read the cover story here.

Photos by Tacy Briggs-Troncoso | Video by Empowering Creative

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