Secure a place at the event now and take advantage of early bird rates. Restaurants can reserve a booth at the event for $300 prior to Jan. 1 ($350 after). Business vendor booths begin at $350 prior to Jan. 1 ($400 after), plus the cost of a PBA membership. Electricity is available for an extra cost and is limited. In addition, sponsorship opportunities range from the new exclusive sponsorship level to banner sponsors.
The event features Pinecrest-area restaurants, entertainment for the children, a judged art show, performances by local school groups and a business showcase. All proceeds benefit the five Pinecrest public schools — Pinecrest Elementary, Palmetto Elementary, Howard Drive Elementary, Palmetto Middle and Palmetto Senior High.
With a brand new committee, three chairs and the celebration of the 10th anniversary, the event is sure to offer even more fun for the entire family. New features include free activities for kids throughout the event, a bicycle valet and many more surprises. From delectable treats and entertainment to our fabulous raffle, there’s sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.
“Since 2002, the event has raised more than $250,000 for the five public schools in Pinecrest,” says Kim Haar, co-sponsorship and vendor chair with Becky Parker. “Our goal is to break all previous fundraising records and donate more money to our schools than ever before. This event is an incredible opportunity to support education for our children, as well as to get exposure for your business in front of more than 6,000 people.”
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