Dunedin, Florida – February 4, 2019 – Romantic Honeymoon Island, a division of the Bon Appétit Group, will be hosting a corn hole tournament later this month to support the non-profit organization, The Friends of the Island Parks Citizen Support Organization “CSO”.
“We have wanted to partner with the Friends of the Island Parks organization for some time, so we’re beyond excited to be hosting the corn hole tournament to support their fundraising efforts,” states Tina Wilder, Operations Manager for Romantic Honeymoon Island, “The Friends of the Island Parks group does wonderful and invaluable work towards preserving, protecting and promoting Dunedin’s natural treasures, Caladesi and Honeymoon Island State Parks.”
The tournament will be held on Sunday, February 17, 2019. Check-in will begin at 10 AM at South Beach Pavilion on Honeymoon Island. Games will start at 11 AM on the beach in front of the South Beach Pavilion. Participation in the tournament is open to all who wish to join; pre-registration is $20 per person. Registration on the day of the event is $25 per person. A portion of the proceeds will go directly to the Friends of the Island Parks organization. Prizes will be handed out to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners of the tournament.
Spectators and guests are welcome to watch the games and participate in the festivities. Raffles, beer, wine and food specials will also be available. For more information, contact Bryan Kerby at (440) 622-3131.
About Bon Appétit Group
The Bon Appétit Group℠, formerly operating under Advantus Leisure Management Services, has been serving the Clearwater area for over 40 years. Long known for excellent food and catering with the success of their first venture, Bon Appétit Restaurant located on the waterfront in Dunedin, FL, led to the company’s expansion into retail space leasing in Downtown Dunedin as well as food and beach rental concessions on Honeymoon Island, Caladesi Island, Sand Key Beach, and various other area beach parks. The Bon Appétit Group was founded and is still operated by Peter Kreuziger and Karl Riedl.
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About Friends of the Island Parks Citizen Support Organization “CSO”
The Friends of the Island Parks Citizen Support Organization “CSO” was formed in 2002 by a small group of people who were dedicated to preserving, protecting and promoting Caladesi Island and Honeymoon Island State Parks. The Friends serve as a non-profit corporation to generate both financial and volunteer resources that support the mission and best interest of our parks.