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Fort Myers Brewing Company Supports Cancer Alliance Network Patients

Apr 29, 2024 08:00AM ● By Theresa LaVelle

Fort Myers Brewing Company recently hosted an event to celebrate National High Five Day that left a lasting impact on the community. Held on April 18th, the event aimed to support cancer patients through the Cancer Alliance Network by combining good vibes, with a great cause.

Patrons were invited to purchase Fort Myers Brewing's signature High 5 IPA and send "High 5" notes of encouragement to Cancer Alliance Network patients. Additionally, $1 from each High 5 IPA sale was earmarked to support cancer patients with essential needs such as rent and groceries during their treatment.

The event witnessed an outpouring of support from attendees, who enthusiastically participated in spreading kindness and support to those battling cancer. Their collective efforts resulted in over 1300 attendees at the event, highlighting the community's generosity and compassion.

Fort Myers Brewing Company extends its heartfelt gratitude to all attendees, supporters, and partners who contributed to the success of the event. Their unwavering support has made a tangible difference in the lives of cancer patients in the community.

“This event exemplifies the power of community-driven initiatives in making a positive impact and spreading hope in challenging times. It’s a great reminder of the strength of unity and compassion in supporting those in need right here in Southwest Florida,” said Fort Myers Brewing owner, Rob Whyte.

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Theresa Lavelle is Marketing Director of Fort Myers Brewing Company, Lee County's first and largest craft brewery.