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HSN CEO Mindy Grossman No. 91 on 'Fast Company' creative list

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HSN CEO ranked for creativity by 'Fast company'

HSN CEO Mindy Grossman ranked No. 91 in Fast Company magazine's recent listing of the 100 most creative people in business. Her push to partner with Hollywood to broaden the network's audience was cited. For example, she created a 72-hour "shopathon," selling custom bangles, bedding, tunics and tea sets similar to those seen in the movie Eat, Pray Love. Others on the creativity list in the June issue include Wadah Khanfar, director of Al Jazeera; Conan O'Brien; Hunger Games trilogy author Suzanne Collins; and the chief of the Surui Amazon tribe in Brazil, who is working with Google employees to record illegal logging.

Katherine Snow Smith, Times staff writer

Pinellas Park

Consignment shop grand opening Friday

Bella Babies Consignment & Maternity, 7183 66th St. N, will host a grand opening at 4 p.m. Friday, complete with refreshments. There will be baby food giveaways while supplies last. Bella Babies Consignment is locally owned and specializes in baby gear and new and used clothing for maternity and infants to 6X.

Largo

Chamber hosts free business counseling

The Largo/Mid-Pinellas Chamber of Commerce hosts free business counseling services provided by SCORE, Service Corps of Retired Executives, every first and third Thursday of the month. Counseling appointments can be made by calling (727) 584-2321.

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