HOMETOWN HOPS EVENT IN AVE MARIA TOWN CENTER
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For information, contact:
Cherryle Thomas at 239-657-0080 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NAPLES, FL., — August 31, 2021 – The Immokalee Chamber of Commerce will host a Hometown Hops event on Saturday, September 25 from 12:00pm to 8:30pm in the Ave Maria Town Center. The public is invited to attend the free event featuring concerts by the Ben Allen Band and Back Country Boys. The outdoor festival will have food and drink offerings including craft beer and barbeque from the Pub and Grille of Ave Maria, Oil Well Craft Beer, Lozano’s Mexican Restaurant, and Alicia’s Catering Services and specialty food and dessert trucks from The Gourmet Wine Bar and Café, The Hungry Pony, Sweets by Melody and more. There will be additional live music entertainment, dance performances, a flex your muscles for good health competition, and dance contests. This family-friendly event will also include finger painting, crafts, a bounce house, and games for children. The event will feature vendors including Maxwell Grace, The Secret Ingredient, and So Balling Sportswear which offer a variety of crafts, home decor, gifts, jewelry, accessories, and clothing. Event is subject to change. For more information, please call The Immokalee Chamber of Commerce 239-657-0080.
ABOUT AVE MARIA & DIRECTIONS
Ave Maria has been named 2015-2020 Community of the Year, the Top Selling Single-Family Home Community in Southwest Florida, a Top 25 Master Planned Community in the United States and its active adult community, Del Webb Naples, has been named a Top 20 Places to Retire. Located in southwest Florida, Ave Maria is a self-sustaining town including shopping and dining, employment opportunities, parks and recreation, and is zoned for all A-rated Collier County public schools. At its build out, the town will include up to 11,000 residences, and 1.8 million square feet of retail, office, and business park uses in its 4,000 acres. Ave Maria is located at the intersection of Oil Well and Camp Keais Roads in Eastern Collier County. The main entrance, on Oil Well just west of Camp Keais, leads to the Town Center. Take I-75, exit 111, follow the signs east to Ave Maria, approximately 25 minutes. For more information, please call 239-352-3903.
ABOUT THE IMMOKALEE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Immokalee Chamber of Commerce is located in the heart of south central Florida, it is a non-coastal, agricultural wonderland. While many Florida cities are known for their beaches and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico, Immokalee is known for its relatively small population (29,000) and pastoral atmosphere (farming). The Immokalee Chamber of Commerce represents Ave Maria, Big Cypress and the surrounding areas. The communities of Immokalee are proud of their heritage and diversity and the powers that lie behind the Immokalee Chamber of Commerce have made a definite mark with some major community programs that expressly “give back” to the community of Immokalee. The Immokalee Chamber of Commerce and its community is presently flourishing. The slogan for the Immokalee Chamber of Commerce is Welcome to the Place “Where worlds of opportunity begin”.