Gilbert, AZ (PRWEB) February 19, 2013
Gluten Free Calendar LLC, the premier website for finding all gluten free events, announced today that they have teamed up with the defending NBA Champion Miami HEAT to host a signature Gluten Free and Celiac Awareness event on Saturday, April 6, 2013 when the HEAT take on Philadelphia 76ers at AmericanAirlines Arena in downtown Miami.
The signature event is open to the public, but attendees must have a game ticket to be granted admission. The event will raise awareness and proceeds for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity and the Center for Celiac Research.
“It gives us great joy to combine sports and gluten free food in a fun and safe environment,” said Chandice Probst, CEO and Founder of Gluten Free Calendar.
Tickets for the April 6, 2012 game are still available and can be purchased through Gluten Free Calendar.
Gluten Free Calendar’s Celebrate Celiac™ parties and expos feature the best gluten free vendors, prizes and notable gluten free special guests like Mrs. United States 2011 Shannon Ford and National Bestselling Book Author Tammy Credicott who will be present at the Miami Gluten Free Expo.
For media inquiries or to learn more about Gluten Free Calendar hosted events, please contact Chandice Probst at chandice(at)glutenfreecalendar.com.
About Gluten Free Calendar
The ULTIMATE connection to gluten free and celiac events is Gluten Free Calendar. From support groups, expos and in-store demos to Gluten Free Calendar hosted Awareness Nights. Individuals will finally be able to find all gluten free and celiac events in one place by state and date.
Gluten Free Community prides itself in being a giveback company. With Unity In The Gluten Free Community™ as the company’s slogan, they look forward to achieving their mission through hosting Celebrate Celiac™ Gluten Free and Celiac Awareness Nights around the nation. Gluten Free Calendar works diligently to raise awareness for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity as well as proceeds for celiac research facilities and related non-profit organizations including for their official non-profit partner, the Center for Celiac Research.