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The Great Stadium Debate: Introducing the Panelists

August 11, 2012

Photo of Qualcomm Stadium where the Chargers currently play home games in San Diego

The first Craft Beer Debate, moderated by charismatic Stone Brewing Co. CEO & Co-founder Greg Koch, will be held on September 12, 2012, at Slater’s 50/50 in Liberty Station. Fun and craft beer will be had by all.  The resolution that will be debated: 

Should we have a publicly funded football stadium in downtown for the Chargers?

In addition to highly encouraged audience participation (like this), we have a great panel lined up.  They include

On the side for the football stadium

Mark Fabiani, Special Counsel to the President of the Chargers – Mr. Fabiani has been providing counsel to the Chargers since 2002 and has been at the center of the team’s efforts to remain in San Diego.  You can read his bio here.

Carmen Vann, Project Executive, Turner Construction Co. – Ms. Vann has led multiple major construction projects on behalf of Turner Construction in San Diego, including its work on the downtown San Diego public library.  NBC did a special feature on Carmen, one of the few high-profile women in the construction industry. 

On the side against the football stadium

Erik Bruvold, President, National University Institute for Policy Research – Mr. Bruvold heads up the Institute for Policy Research and provides policy leadership related to municipal governance, the economy, infrastructure and several other topics.  Read his bio here.

Christian Ramirez, Human Rights Director, Equality Alliance – Mr. Ramirez, a long-time resident of the Sherman Heights community in City Council District 8, directs programs related to immigrants’ rights for the Equality Alliance.  Watch this video about their mission.

 To register for the guest list click here// .

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