Concepts Announces “Town Hall” Community Initiative Series in Boston

Concepts Town Hall Vote

Following their recent community initiative, in which they delivered sneaker donations for Covid-19 frontline workers, Concepts is launching a new Town Hall series to continue its community efforts in Boston.

Town Hall will be a series of public discussions with figures from the local community with a goal to bring together members with powerful voices for change. During the series, a host and key guest panelists will discuss a different topic in each chapter, with a goal of expressing their opinions while allowing attendees to engage and ask questions. The first topic will be on the importance of voting, especially in the election of 2020.

Concepts will leverage its community in Boston, a city that is rich in both culture and streetwear and sneaker history, to engage its audience on key topics.

The first Concepts Town Hall event takes place on Tuesday, October 27th, and will be surrounding the topic of voting. The nonpartisan event is aimed at educating community members and young people on the importance of voting, exercising their right and using their voice.

Futher details are as follows:

Concepts Town Hall: Voting Discussion
Date & Time: October 27, 2020 at 6:00pm ET
Moderator: Valentino Ball, Boston native and the co-founder/editor of KillerBOOMBox.com
Panelists include: Jenee Osterheldt (Boston Globe, Culture Writer), Frank Rivera (AKA Frank the Butcher) (Public Peace Works, Founder), Rodney C. Pratt (Converse, Vice President)

Registration for Concepts’ Town Fall begins October 15th at Cncpts.com.