Faces of Hope, Tampa Bay Business Owners, & The 3rd Annual Christmas In July!

Pepito recieves donation from TBBO

Christmas does not have to be limited to December. Here in Tampa, the TBBO decided to host a celebratory fundraising party in July; the theme was Christmas with Tequila. The party exuded good cheer and merriment. It was a huge success!

The event was held at TPepin Hospitality Centre and is located at 4121 N. 50th Street Tampa, FL.

Sponsors who donated prizes for the raffle tickets were: The David Katz Company, who donated A Microsoft Surface Tablet; Sandler Sales with Rusty Fox, who donated an I-Pad; and Scott Dollar with Data Tech, who donated a Kindle Fire.

Pepito and Children Cancer Center

The proceeds of the raffle tickets were split between two charitable non-profit organizations: Children Cancer Center and Pepito’s Faces of Hope. Close to $1300 was raised for each organization.

Pepito plans to utilize the funds to buy canvas, frames, and supplies to share a gift of a lifetime, to children with life-threatening illnesses, by providing a day they will never forget.

Pepito would like to thank all who have donated their time, talent, and treasure to those who have made Pepito’s Faces of Hope a reality.


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