Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Jupiter, Florida based mass notification service, DialMyCalls, continues to give back to its community by sponsoring the third annual Friends of Jupiter Beach Food and Wine Festival on May 19, 2012 – the event will take place rain or shine and both children and adults are welcome to attend.
The DialMyCalls staff will be heading to Jupiter Riverwalk Events Plaza on Saturday, May 19, 2012 to partake in sampling some amazing food as well as various types of wine. The third annual Friends of Jupiter Beach Food and Wine Festival will be held from 3PM to 6PM and the entire family is invited to attend – there is no age requirement!
“Jupiter, Florida is both my home and the place in which my business is located so I feel that it's only right that I give back to the community that has been so great to me” says owner David Batchelor. “DialMyCalls is not only sponsoring the Friends of Jupiter Beach Food and Wine Festival but we will also be joining in on the fun as well – it's going to be a great event.”
Supporting local non-profits and charities is something that DialMyCalls prides itself on and will help the town of Jupiter, Florida thrive for years to come. All proceeds earned from the 3rd Annual Friends of Jupiter Beach Food and Wine Festival will benefit Friends of Jupiter Beach, preserving a clean and dog-friendly beach since 1994 through conservation, education and volunteerism.
DialMyCalls.com, a voice broadcasting provider located in Jupiter, Florida, strives to stay involved with the local communities. Since its inception in 2008 DialMyCalls has become a leader in voice and text message broadcasting, while constantly giving back to its community and they hope to raise awareness for the Friends of Jupiter Beach organization by sponsoring their third annual food and wine festival.
For more information, please visit http://www.dialmycalls.com or call 800.928.2086. You can also email tims(at)ontimetelecom(dot)com for additional information.
About Friends of Jupiter Beach
The story of Friends of Jupiter Beach (FJB) begins with one woman, the late Anita Lankler, who led the charge to inspire our entire community to be good stewards of our environment, to work together to preserve a space for dog-lovers and non-dog lovers to enjoy harmoniously. We’re sixteen years young and dedicated to keeping Anita’s mission alive: to keep Jupiter Beach clean & dog-friendly with emphasis on volunteerism and education. We invite you to join us!
For more information, please visit http://www.friendsofjupiterbeach.com or call 561.748.8140. You can also email friendsofjupiterbeach(at)gmail(dot)com for additional information.