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Three co-founders share business knowledge

On Oct. 3, TribeHouse Artists’ Collective and Bottega Farm Inn will host a forum with guest speakers being the Club Penguin founders Dave Krysko, Lane Merrifield and Lance Priebe.

From small beginnings in 2005 to over 30 million users by the time Disney bought the company in 2007, the three will share the guiding principles that were present when they founded the company as well as their deeply held views on arts, faith and justice. The evening will be conducted in an interview-style format, but will include questions from the floor.

The evening will begin with music by the Kelowna Jazz instrumental band Urban Birds starting at 6 p.m., with the discussion beginning at 7 p.m.

Tickets for this event are available online at www.tribehouse.org/2012/09/club-penguin-founders-share-on-faith-arts-and-justice. It takes place at the Bottega Farm Inn, 4485 Sallows Rd., in Kelowna.

Tickets are also available at the door (online purchase recommended to avoid disappointment.) Price is $20, and $10 for students. Students must present a valid student card at the door).

Proceeds from the event will go to support the Tribehouse Festival planned for next summer. The TribeHouse Collective is a Christian-based group who seek to encourage, engage and facilitate others in using their art to effect change in the areas of faith, art and justice.

 

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