Renowned Florida wildlife clinic, CROW, recently unveiled a new website for its 2010 Taste of the Islands event. The event, featuring local cuisine, is a large fundraiser for the wildlife charity.
Online PR News – 14-October-2010 – – Sanibel Island, Fla. - The Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) launched a website for its 2010 Taste of the Islands event, http://www.tastesanibelcaptiva.com.
The site contains information about the history of the event, participating restaurants, sponsorship opportunities, entertainment, videos and a photo gallery. Event goers can also find ticket locations, learn more about CROW’s mission to save wildlife and work and sign up for e-mail updates.
“We’re excited to have such a lively site to reflect all that will be going on at the event, and that also showcases CROW’s work,” says CROW board president Susan Petersen Tucker. “We encourage everyone to visit the site to see all that’s in store for this year’s Taste of the Islands!”
Voted “Best Island Event” for several years, Taste of the Islands brings together the island’s finest restaurants in a celebration of Sanibel-Captiva style cuisine, all while raising money for CROW’s mission: Saving Wildlife Through Compassion, Care and Education.
Attendees will enjoy delicious dishes from local establishments, live music and a recipe competition that will challenge the island’s finest chefs to come up with a new dish featuring a yet-to-be-named native ingredient. Event goers can also vote for their favorites in categories in the People’s Choice Awards for categories as Best Vegetarian, Best Appetizer, Best Meat, Best Seafood, Best Dessert, and Best Booth Presentation.
For more information, call 239-395-0048 or visit http://www.tastesanibelcaptiva.com.
CROW is a Florida wildlife clinic that provides high quality medical care to more than 4,000 patients annually, representing over 200 different wildlife species. Recognizing that much of the trauma experienced by wildlife is caused by people, CROW’s mission includes increasing public awareness of how human population growth and activity impact wildlife. In addition to providing medical care, CROW aims to prevent injuries before they happen by presenting a variety of educational programs designed to help demonstrate personal responsibility and how to protect native wildlife populations. For more information, visit http://www.crowclinic.org.