Lunch & Learn at the Tampa Plant (6/1/2023)

Lunch & Learn at the Tampa Plant (6/1/2023)

July 1st promotions and July 9th price increases with a tour of the plant

Be a sponsor!

Sponsorship includes your name promoted during presentations, and your name on lunch tables and serving table (table tents).

  • Food Sponsorship: $200
  • Beverage Sponsorship: $75
  • Dessert Sponsorship: $75

Just check the box for your choice(s) during registration and the amount will be added to registration.


closed toe shoesWear appropriate work shoes, whether you walk many miles on a route or handle mail in the workroom. Wear shoes that are fully enclosed at the heel, toe, and sides, made of leather or substantial synthetic material (canvas or nylon is not acceptable). The approved footware for uniform program employees must have the SR./USA label.

To eliminate slips, trips, and falls, do not wear the following types of shoes on the workroom floor:

  • Heels more than 1-1/2 inches and soles more than 1/2 inch in height
  • Spiked heels, regardless of height
  • Open shoes (including open sides, toes, or heels) such as thongs, sandals, mules, house slippers, clogs, wedges, etc.
  • Heels with steel taps
  • Shoes with cloth, nylon, or mesh-woven tops, such as tennis shoes, athletic or jogging shoes (except those with leather like uppers), moccasins, etc.
  • Shows no longer adequate because of disrepair.


Event Information

Event Date 06-01-2023 11:00 am
Event End Date 06-01-2023 4:00 pm
Individual Price Free
Location Tampa Processing & Distribution Center

We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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