Kissimmee, FL, May 01, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Central Florida PowerSports has launched it’s fifth annual food drive to support the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. All are invited to drop by food at the dealership from now until Saturday, May 6, when Central Florida PowerSports will hold a pancake breakfast, followed by a ride led by the Central Florida chapter of the U.S. Spyder Ryders.
The Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida aims to help feed the one is six that don’t have enough to eat in Central Florida. On average, people receive food assistance from this organization approximately 71,600 times per week on average. People in Central Florida sought food assistance 3.7 million times last year.
“We love our community and it bothers us that some don’t have enough to eat,” says Central Florida PowerSports General Manager Jason Ennis. “This is one way we can help and encourage our customers and friends to do the same. This is the fifth year in a row that we’ve held a food drive. We try to make it fun and rewarding for those who participate by rewarding them with some good breakfast and a nice group ride at the end of it.”
All are invited to drop food donations off at 2575 N. Orange Blossom Trail in Kissimmee, FL from now until May 6, 2017. Central Florida PowerSports also invites the public to come to the same location to enjoy a nice pancake breakfast, followed by a group ride. For more details on the event, please call 407.847.2453. You may also read more about the drive at https://www.centralfloridapowersports.com/blogs/news/food-drive.
About Central Florida PowerSports
Central Florida PowerSports is one of Central Florida’s largest and most successful motorcycle, ATV, (side-by-side) UTV, PWC, scooter, and used powersport vehicle dealerships. This award-winning dealer is known for it’s family-like atmosphere and customer service, as well as the largest inventory in the local area. Central Florida PowerSports is an official dealer of Can-Am, Can-Am Spyder, Sea-Doo, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, and KTM.