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Businesses Supporting Communities (BSC) Announces 2022-2023 Events Lineup
By: Businesses Supporting Communities
BSC's mission is to connect Southwest Floridians with local businesses, and local charities through their events. Each of their 8 events will feature and contribute to a local charitable organization. Their 2022-2023 events will benefit Cameo of Lee County, Harry Chapin Food Bank, Caloosa Rotary Club of Cape Coral, and more.
"We are so excited to invite Lee, Collier, and Charlotte county residents to our lineup of events. Each of our events impacts helps to shine the light on local businesses and charitable organizations, which propels our mission of empowering local businesses forward, " said Danielle Gates, President of BSC.
The 2022-2023 Event Schedule is as follows;
Taco Fest - Bonita Springs, Oct 22, 2022, at Riverside Park
WINK Taste of the Town – Fort Myers, November 5-6, 2022 at Centennial Park
Taco Fest - Cape Coral, November 19, 2022, at Mercola Market
Bacon Jam, January 14, 2023, at Centennial Park
WINK Taste of the Town - Punta Gorda, January 21, 2023, at Laishley Park
Jam on the Coast, March 11, 2023, at Centennial Park
Taco Fest - Fort Myers, March 12, 2023, at Centennial Park
WINK Taste of the Town - Naples, April 15, 2023, at Cambier Park
Along with the release of its events schedule, BSC is also pleased to launch its new, interactive online experience, which features online vendor registration and highlights marketing opportunities for each event that will help vendors to build brand awareness.
You can visit https://bscevent.com/
ABOUT BUSINESSES SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES:
Business Supporting communities (BSC) began in 2014, after being approached by the City of Fort Myers to bring large-scale events back to Fort Myers' River District. Their first event was the WINK Taste of Lee in November of 2014. BSC is a locally owned, women-led event company routed in bringing businesses, charities, and families together in Southwest Florida through community events and festivals. Each BSC event highlights and contributes to a local charity; including Cameo of Lee County, Harry Chapin Food Bank, St. Mathew's House, and many more. Since its inception, BSC has given back over $100,000 to local charities. Throughout the years, they have built loyal relationships in Southwest Florida and stand by their belief that when businesses succeed, the community succeeds.