• Carrollwood Area Business Association Hosted a CABA Coffee networking at Arbor Terrace Citrus Park

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    May 16, 2018

    Along with the Arbor Terrace Citrus Park staff, the Carrollwood Area Business Association and event co-hosts Deborah Glover-Pearcey, DGP Law and Spectrum Enterprise welcomed CABA members and their guests who passed referrals and learned more about each other’s businesses.

    According to Arbor Terrace Citrus Park, they provide the highest quality of geriatric care and assisted living available, including innovative memory care designed specifically for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Every Arbor Terrace resident receives unique and personalized care and attention tailored to where they are and what they need most.

    Services offered include Assisted Living, Dementia & Memory Care – Bridges & Evergreen Living, and they will soon be offering Independent Living.

    Known for its annual Taste of Carrollwood and CABA Golf Classic, CABA’s free to members, weekly events are just one of many member benefits that bring the area’s businesses together.

    CABA President Diane Stoddart, LTC Financial Solutions, said, “In addition to our weekly networking events, CABA members receive online business profiles, weekly e-blasts, and news releases when they join or renew their annual membership with CABA.”

    For over 30 years, CABA has provided area businesses with a voice and community to help ensure their growth. With over 400 members, the organization represents a large variety of businesses in the Greater Carrollwood area.

    The CABA Coffee will be followed by next week’s CABA After 5 at Vapor-Fi, as morning and afternoons alternate weekly.  CABA events are free and listed on the CABA calendar.

    For more information, visit the CABA Website or visit the CABA Facebook page to learn why CABA is “The Best Business Address in Tampa Bay.”