Tampa, FL, March 24, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Enable America is joining forces with Tampa area businesses in support of improving employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Ybor City’s Bad Monkey and Tampa’s Caffe Fresco are now Enable America community partners in the effort to support disabled veterans and wounded warriors.
“We know how tough disabled veteran transition and re-employment can be after service,” says the Bad Monkey’s Dave Scott. “So it’s an honor to be working with Enable America toward such an important goal.”
As part of the partnership, the Bad Monkey and Caffe Fresco are promoting a raffle to benefit Enable America’s disabled veteran employment services. The raffle prize includes a VIP ticket package for two to the Tampa Bay Lightning game against the New Jersey Devils on March 29th, 2013.
“Community organizations that support veterans, especially disabled veterans, are very important to us,” says Caffe Fresco owner Caren Varner. “We take pleasure in being able to assist in Enable America’s mission.”
The last chance for entry will be this Monday, March 25th, at participating locations. In addition to Bad Monkey and Caffe Fresco, two other locations also offer opportunity to participate in the raffle: The Patio in South Tampa and University Pawn and Gun in North Tampa.
Complete details on the promotion, including the contest’s rules and regulations, are posted on the organization’s website, www.EnableAmerica.org.
About Enable America: Established in 2002 by attorney Richard Salem, Enable America builds bridges between employers, social service agencies, and people with disabilities, including disabled veterans and wounded warriors, through programs that improve employment opportunities. The organization’s Community Connections, Business Connections, Employment Mentoring, Job Skills Workshops and VetConnect programs unite members of the disability community and business community to raise awareness and increase employment opportunities for the more than 56 million Americans with disabilities. Information and success stories can be found at www.EnableAmerica.org.