March 8, 2022
For Immediate Release from Fernandina Beach Main Street
Fernandina Beach, FL
Main Street is holding what is promised to be a fun, new event in the 8th Street Business District. Bring your pup(s) to their very first Pup Crawl on Sunday, April 3rd, from 11AM to 3PM. More than 12 businesses will provide discounts, drink specials, in addition to treats for your 4-legged friends. Participating businesses include Cat’s Angels, Mocama Brewing, Redbones Dog Bakery, Overtime, Hot Paws, Beech Street Grill, Marlin & Barrel, Be’wiched Food Truck, Pup Cycle, Fairy Tales, First Love Brewing Company, and AI Julz.
Tickets are $20 each in advance ($25 at the door) and include one bandana for your pet, a wristband for drink specials, a map of locations, and free golf cart shuttles between locations. Additional bandanas can be purchased with tickets. Participants must be at least 21 years of age and proof of age is required.
Registration will begin at 11AM at First Love Brewing. Public parking spaces are available on adjacent roads and at Central Park. Personal golf carts are welcomed.
Thanks to our sponsors: Hot Paws, Century 21 Miller Elite, and First Port City Bank. Golf Carts provided by Roadshark Powersports.
Product or cash donations for Cats Angels and Nassau Humane Society will be collected at registration.
To purchase tickets for the 8th Street Pup Crawl, please go to https://www.fernandinamainstreet.com/event-calendar/pup-crawl or visit the Fernandina Beach Main Street Facebook page under events. To volunteer for this event, please email [email protected].
For up-to-date information on the 8th Street Pup Crawl happening in the Fernandina Beach Main Street District on April 3rd, visit https://www.facebook.com/FernandinaMainStreet .
Fernandina Beach Main Street is part of the National Main Street Program that includes more than 1,600 communities – large and small, rural and urban – in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The goal of the main street program is strengthening communities through preservation-based economic vitality in older and historic downtowns and neighborhood commercial districts. It is a subsidiary of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.