Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) August 03, 2012
TGGF is a non-profit honoring WWII veterans and educating children and adults about their service. This organization is also a featured charity with the NALA, (http://www.theNALA.com), a small business association, launching Shop Local for Vets, the first campaign from Shop Local for a Cause. The NALA provides local business owners business growth opportunities through sales and marketing solutions while connecting to well-run charity organizations. East Lake Cafe' is one of many of the NALA’s businesses throughout the country participating on August 18th.
Peter and Angela Pergola have owned and operated the East Lake Cafe' for over 9 years and are now open for dinner, as well as breakfast and lunch. Peter’s father Frank P. Pergola served in the Navy during WWII and was part of the Okinawa second wave while his brother-in-law, Jim Cahill served in Vietnam. Peter said, "I am so excited to be supporting a great charity as TGGF considering my own father, Frank Pergola, is an 88 year old Navy WWII veteran. It is important that we remember those who have served and are serving today to uphold the freedoms our great country."
Please visit Shop Local for a Cause to learn more or to find local businesses participating on Saturday, August 18th. TGGF also has a Text to Donate number; one can donate $10.00 to The Greatest Generations Foundation today, by texting TGGF to 20222.
About East Lake Cafe'
Breakfast is served all day and is a favorite for many. Lunch is not your average “sandwich shop”, (although one can request any sandwich), there are many very unique delicious selections on many different bread choices. Starting this year, they started dinner service. They are open Thursday, Friday & Saturday until 9pm continually from 7 am.
Catering is one of the hidden culinary secrets of the East Lake Café. They cater private functions on or off premises, as well as for community groups, local schools and businesses. Chef’s Mari, Renee & Kurt along with Peter’s wife, Angela‘s culinary skills are utilized for most of the catering events and all of their catering is customized to one’s tastes, themes and preferences.
Peter was a former owner of Rocky Point Food Service for 10 years in Tampa. Prior to that, he held several directorships in high profile establishments, including the Museum of Natural History, the Met Museum, the Metropolitan Opera House, & the United Nations. He also held management positions at Maxwell’s Plum, Tavern on the Green, Top of the Park, and the Sign of the Dove Group – Yellow Fingers, Contrapunto and Arizona 206.
The NALA (National Association of Local Advertisers), a small business association, is for local business owners offering new online advertising & marketing tools, great business benefits, education and money-saving programs, as well as a charity program.
Contact: the NALA