If you are looking for fun things to do in Tampa on Sunday, March 8, 2020, the Carrollwood Area Business Association (CABA) is serving up a FUN FOOD FAMILY event with nearly 100 vendors to include 25+ Tampa area restaurants at the CABA Presents Taste of Carrollwood at Raymond James Stadium
CABA President Nicholas Romer said, “This year marks our second Taste of Carrollwood event at Raymond James Stadium, where we estimate between 3000 – 5000 people will join us on March 8. A portion of the proceeds of the event is designated to benefit our CABA Member, the American Cancer Society: an organization whose mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.”
At the event, there will be activities for the whole family including an opportunity to climb aboard the Raymond James Pirate Ship and experience the luxury sports bar in the East Stadium Club, Bar 76.
“In addition to food samples and lots of giveaways from nearly 100 vendors, the Taste of Carrollwood encourages attendees to shop local, support local, and eat local from many of Tampa’s finest restaurants,” said Danelle Castillo, CABA’s Board Liaison for Special Events.
Throughout the event, there will be interactive activities including a scavenger hunt, where completed entries give adult attendees the chance to win a free SMART TV. Kids will enjoy in-crowd entertainers, Star Wars characters, the USF Herd of Thunder Performance Band, and lots of good food.
Tickets ($5.00 for adults/children under 18 are free) will be required for entry to the Taste of Carrollwood and can be purchased the CABA website. Tickets include free parking and entry to Bar 76. All sales are final.
For over 30 years, CABA has provided area businesses with a voice and community to help ensure their growth. With over 350 businesses, the Tampa networking organization represents a large variety of businesses in the Greater Carrollwood area. For more information or to join CABA, visit the CABA website at www.usecaba.com
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