Media Contact: Yvette N. Harris
(For Immediate Release, Miami, Fl) 13 January 2011-The Caribbean American Heritage Florida Inc. (CAHFI), will produce a “Trinbago Village” within their Community Fun Zone during the ING Miami Marathon on Sunday, January 30th, 2011 at 1101 Brickell Ave, downtown Miami from 7am to 12noon. The “Trinbago Village” will offer attendees an opportunity to experience an array of culinary delights and culture. From the Twin Isle of Trinidad and Tobago. The Twin Isle is known for its richness in pageantry, color and tradition. CAHFI is continuing its mission of providing a platform that will engage the South Florida community by highlighting the art, music, cuisine and cultural dynamics of Caribbean Americans.
Attendees will have an opportunity to savor the mouth watering flavor of salt fish and smoked herring, salt fish accra, corn soup, mauby and sweet bread and other delicacies of Trinidad and Tobago. Music lovers will enjoy a live deejay playing the sweet sounds of the Caribbean – Soca, Calypso and Steel Pan.
“This is the first event of CAHFI for 2011 and we are extremely proud to feature and give voice to our heritage that is forged by a history of European influences blended with a rich traditions of African, Asian and Indian to create a synthesis of talent vibrancy and creativity. Its unmistakably Caribbean.” states Asa Sealy, President and Co-Founder of CAHFI.
Sponsors include: Office of the Consul General of Trinidad & Tobago, Miami, Sea Freight Shipping Agencies, Sea Pack Inc, Bilmore Advertising with Specialties and Chillo Energy Drink.
The Caribbean American Heritage of Florida Inc. (CAHFI) is a statewide not-for-profit corporation dedicated to creating awareness and recognition of Caribbean-Americans and their contribution to the United States of America. .