Our Involvement in Our South Florida Community
Tribeca Medaesthetics and our team of professionals are actively making a difference in the South Florida Community. We are members of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce, The Riverwalk Trust, Junior Achievement of South Florida, and the Gay & Lesbian Community Center. We believe in the philosophy of giving back to the community and improving the quality of life for South Florida residents. We take pride in hosting numerous community events.
Tribeca MedAesthetics Opens Doors
Tribeca MedAesthetics Opens Doors to Eco-Friendly Oasis of Medically Supervised Beauty Treatments
The medical practice, founded and directed by Dr. Jason Shapiro, is conveniently located above Edge Pilates Studio, across from Broward General Medical Center. Dr. Shapiro invites patients into his medical suite, designed to reflect an eco-friendly environment that is uniquely furnished with furniture made from reclaimed and recycled wood from Brazil. Jason Shapiro, M.D., is a native of South Florida, who has returned from practicing in New York City to his hometown, bringing some of the country’s most cutting-edge laser and rejuvenation techniques to Fort Lauderdale.
Dr. Shapiro, a cosmetic/aesthetic physician licensed to practice in Florida, New York and New Jersey.
“The med-aesthetic concept is in high demand, especially in today’s economy,” said Dr. Shapiro. “Men and women who want to look and feel their best can do so without the high cost and recovery time of face lifts and other more invasive cosmetic procedures.”
Tribeca’s services include state-of-the-art Lipotherme, the latest technology in laser lipolysis, injectable treatments such as BOTOX, Restylane, and Juvaderm, lip augmentation, Intense Pulsed Light photorejuvenation, laser-assisted vein reduction, diode laser permanent hair reduction, chemical peels, medicalgrade microdermabrasion, acne therapy and phototherapy, Light Emitting Diode (LED), advanced organic and enzyme-based skin care, and UV light digital facial imaging.
Angie Warner, licensed aesthetician and the practice’s managing director, is working with Dr. Shapiro and offers treatments such as facials, acupuncture, massage and other body services. Prior to joining Tribeca MedAesthetics, she oversaw the spa services at the St. Regis Resort on Ft. Lauderdale beach.
Tribeca MedAesthetics is located at 1425 S. Andrews Avenue and offers ample free parking. For more information, call 954.760.4370 or visit www.tribecamedaesthetics.com.
Broward’s Vice Mayor Kicks Off Super Bowl
Broward’s Vice Mayor Kicks Off Super Bowl Volunteer Recruitment Effort
DATE: January 28, 2008
MEDIA CONTACT: Kimberly Maroe, Public Information Manager
Broward County Commission
It’s one of the most watched events in the world and in 2010 Broward County will become “Media Headquarters” for Super Bowl XLIV, and thousands of volunteers will be needed to serve in various capacities.
To encourage people to volunteer, Broward County’s Vice Mayor Ken Keechl officially kicked off the first volunteer recruitment effort with the Riverwalk Trust and Junior Achievement at Tribeca Medaesthetics in Fort Lauderdale. The Vice Mayor also presented a proclamation from the Broward County Commission naming January 21, 2009 as “Volunteer Now for Super Bowl XLIV Day” in Broward County.
“Broward County residents have the opportunity to not only make our visitors feel welcome, but also make a big impression with the local, network and international news media and, of course, the championship teams for the 2010 game,” said Vice Mayor Keechl.
With South Florida hosting the 2010 Super Bowl, it will mark the tenth time the championship game will be played on our sunny shores, more than any other destination in the country. Broward residents have served as volunteers in the past, and more than 250 people gathered for a social hosted by Dr. Jason Shapiro at Tribeca Medaesthetics.
Super Bowl XLIV is expected to generate more than $460 million in economic impact in the South Florida region. The last Super Bowl held in South Florida in 2007 brought more than 500,000 visitors to the region, the majority were non-ticket holders in town to participate in Super Bowl related events and activities. Also in 2007, more than 3,500 media credentials were issued.
“This is great way to showcase Broward County and what our region has to offer and I encourage people to volunteer and be a part of it,” said the Vice Mayor.
The South Florida 2010 Super Bowl Host Committee volunteer opportunities include:
• NFL Experience Ambassadors
Ambassadors will assist with the management and supervision of interactive football games and displays. Included in this family oriented theme park of activities are autograph signings, player and coach radio and TV interviews, entertainment and food.
• Airport and Hotel Ambassadors
Ambassadors will provide a sunny, enthusiastic welcome to guests via friendly smiles and warm handshakes at one of the aforementioned venues. Ambassadors will also communicate game, event, transportation and hospitality information to visitors, plus distribute approved Host Committee publications.
• Transportation Ambassadors
Ambassadors will direct guests to appropriate shuttles and check credentials as NFL guests board shuttles. Ambassadors may also be asked to ride on the shuttles to assist drivers with directions and greet NFL staff or sponsors.
For more information please visit www.southfloridasuperbowl.com/volunteer or e-mailVolunteers@SouthFloridaSuperBowl.com.
Riverwalk Trust And JA Host Kickoff To Super Bowl’s Return To S. Fla.
The Riverwalk Trust members, along with members of Junior Achievement of South Florida, have the first opportunity to become involved in next year’s NFL Super Bowl during a 2010 Kickoff event on January 21, 2009 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. This event will be held at Tribeca Medaesthetics to support the Super Bowl Host Committee in networking with potential volunteers for the 2010 week-long celebration.
This event is free to members of both organizations and will include hors d’oeuvres and cocktails as part of the launch toward the 2010 Super Bowl at Dolphin Stadium. This limited capacity event is also open to the public for a $10 donation and requires advanced registration to be made online atwww.goriverwalk.com.
Tribeca Medaesthetics is home to Dr. Jason A. Shapiro’s minimally invasive cosmetic/aesthetic medical practice and is located at 1425 S. Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauderdale.
“This is an opportunity for us to reach out to our local community and get people involved and excited about bringing the Super Bowl back to South Florida,” said Dr. Shapiro of Tribeca Medaesthetics.
There will be free raffle drawings for Super Bowl VIP reception tickets as well as for skincare products and services provided by Tribeca Medaesthetics. For more information, call 954.468.1541 or visit www.goriverwalk.com or www.tribecamed.com.