The Orlando Family Firm’s Charity Concert to Benefit Community Food and Outreach

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Glen “Big Baby” Davis to serve as celebrity auctioneer at Firm Fest 2013.

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Community Food and Outreach is delighted to be a part of this exciting event hosted by The Orlando Family Firm

The Orlando Family Firm and Community Food and Outreach Center are proud to announce that Glen "Big Baby" Davis of the Orlando Magic will be hosting Firm Fest 2013. As soon as doors open at 6:00 pm, Big Baby will be around for photos, autographs or to jump in the photobooth with you for some laughs.

"Community Food and Outreach is delighted to be a part of this exciting event hosted by The Orlando Family Firm,” said Scott George, Co-Founder of Community Food and Outreach Center. “This wonderful evening not only provides fantastic entertainment and fun for all the participants, but will also help our organization continue to provide much needed hope to children and families in need. NBA superstar Glen 'Big Baby" Davis’ participation in this event will inspire and motivate other caring individuals to show compassion to others who are struggling, and continue to create a culture in Orlando of everyone stepping up to address poverty in our community,” he said.

The Dave Matthews Tribute Band will return to Orlando to headline this year's Fest. The event will be hosted by the Harry Buffalo in Downtown Orlando and will also have a photobooth available for people to take photos to remember the night.

All proceeds go directly to the Community Food and Outreach Center.

The event starts at 6:00 pm and will feature drink specials, dinner and live entertainment prior to the Dave Matthews Tribute Band taking the stage.

Tickets start at $29 and include the entry to the concert, 2 drink tickets and dinner. Tickets may be purchased here: http://firmfest2013.brownpapertickets.com/

About Community Food & Outreach Center
Community Food & Outreach Center provides food and hope to those in need in Central Florida by helping struggling families get a hand-up to get their basic needs met, connecting those in crisis with the resources and tools needed to get back on their feet and prevent homelessness, and providing the training and skills necessary to help neighbors get employment opportunities to achieve their dreams, and regain hope for their lives.

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