TAMPA, FL – The Tampa Bay Sports Commission (TBSC), Elder Automotive and the Tampa Bay Storm will team-up to host Replay Tampa Bay, an annual donation drive that collects new and gently used sporting goods in an effort to help keep local kids “in the game”. Leading into the Storm’s South Division contest with the Orlando Predators on Saturday, July 11 at 7:30 p.m., and in conjunction with the team’s Community Cares Night, the game will serve as a collection and distribution site for Replay Tampa Bay.
Slated to take place on Amalie Arena’s West Plaza (5:30-7:30 p.m.), a special presentation of brand new bikes, donated through Replay Tampa Bay, will be gifted to children of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay.
Fans are also encouraged to donate a new or gently used sporting good at our on-site collection station that will be staged near the Ford vehicles on the West Plaza.
Thanks to the partnership between the Tampa Bay Sports Commission, Elder Automotive, and local professional teams, more than 1,900 items have been collected and distributed to local kids in need since 2011. This will be the first year Replay Tampa Bay has partnered with the Tampa Bay Storm. For more information on the program, visit ReplayTampaBay.com.
Members of the Tampa Bay community may also donate to the drive at the following Elder Ford locations:
Elder Ford of Tampa
9560 North Florida Avenue
Tampa, FL 33612
320 East Fletcher Avenue
Tampa, FL 33612
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