Just a quick note for any of you who are planning to join us on Thursday for what promises to be an interesting discussion about the state of the local economy:
We’ve had such a great response that we need to move to a larger venue. We won’t be having the event at Liberty Station anymore; we’re moving to the University of San Diego’s Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, on the first floor.
The forum, “The San Diego Economy: Where Are We Really? will feature some great panelists:
- Financial advisor and Professor Piggington himself, Rich Toscano.
- North County real estate broker and recent Nightline celebrity Jim Klinge.
- Ryan Ratcliff, USD economist and regular contributor to UCLA’s Anderson Forecast whose exasperating house-hunting experience I wrote about last fall.
I’ll join these gentlemen on the panel and Scott Lewis will be moderating. The panel is scheduled to run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Again, the forum will not be at Liberty Station. It’ll be at USD instead. So please join us Thursday. Everyone’s welcome.
There is no charge for parking. You will be directed to the Lower West Lot. Shuttle service runs from the Lower West Lot with a stop conveniently located at the Front Plaza of the Institute for Peace & Justice. On street parking is available throughout the campus, as is a large, central parking facility a few blocks from the IPJ. Please allow extra time for parking.
Directions to the University of San Diego and a campus map can be found here.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday at 6 p.m. If you have any questions, please let us know.