Summer will be a hot time in Tampa but it’s not the temperatures we’re talking about. The offerings in the area are beyond compare, and we hope you’ll get plenty of time to get away from work and out of the house to enjoy the best of the season here. While we’ll be ready for any roofing issue that may arise, Arry’s Roofing wishes you a stress-free summer and have a few ideas of how you can spend some of it.
We’re hoping to see the Tampa Bay Rays get hot this summer in the A.L. East and climb to the top of the division by September 1. Along the way, the team is offering some terrific promotional items, including Ben Zobrist Plastic Bat & Ball Set for the kids on Sunday June 22, a Rays umbrella on Friday July 11, and a set of two Joe Maddon wine glasses on Friday August 1. Joan Jett even plays post-game after the Saturday July 12 game against the Blue Jays.
While there are no shortage of family-friendly festivities for July 4th weekend in Tampa Bay, here’s an Independence Day option for adult singles, couples and groups. It’s a dinner cruise departing from Tampa and Clearwater. Board at Tampa from 603 Channelside Drive at 6:30 pm or from 25 Causeway Blvd., Slip #55 in Clearwater at 7:00 pm. You can visit the Yacht StarShip site for more details, including pricing.
Here’s a summer event making its debut in Tampa Bay …. because it couldn’t be held anywhere else with a name like Tampapalooza. The Florida State Fairgrounds hosts this first-time event on Saturday August 2 from 10 am to 6 pm, and it’s definitely going to be fun for the whole family. The focus is all local, and you can enjoy local music, local food, and much more at no charge. That’s right. The event and parking for it are free.
If you have a summertime recommendation for things to do in Tampa, Arry’s Roofing invites you to share it with us. You can post it in a comment below, tweet it to us @arrysroofing, or post it on our Facebook page. Wherever your travels take you this summer, we wish you a safe and satisfying season filled with memories to last a lifetime.