ATLANTIC CITY – The Community FoodBank of New Jersey Southern Branch, along with member charity Let Us Eat – Please, Inc. will host Captain’s Table, an evening of food, cocktails, desserts and fun at the Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show. The event will be held at the Atlantic City Convention Center 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27. Members of the Professional Chefs Association of South Jersey will have 20 local outstanding chefs to serve their most popular dishes.
Attendees will enjoy entertainment while sampling signature menu items from some of the area’s top restaurants, along with tastings from area distilleries, wineries, and breweries.
Tickets will also allow guests to see and shop 500 boats – for every budget and lifestyle – from center console sport fishers and motor yachts to tricked out wake sports boats and personal watercraft. The floor will feature eight-and-a-half football fields of this year’s newest boats, plus thousands of accessories and fun for the whole family.
All proceeds will be equally shared by the Community FoodBank of New Jersey Southern Branch in Egg Harbor Township and Let Us Eat – Please, Inc., to support local hunger relief efforts.
The FoodBank is the state’s largest provider of donated foods to over 300 partner charities in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties.
Let Us Eat – Please, Inc. is a summer feeding program created by Cooper Levenson founding partner James L. Cooper to ensure that underprivileged children get enough to eat during the summer months when they are not in school.
Tickets are $125 per person, which includes admission to the Progressive Insurance AC Boat Show on Feb. 27. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
For more information, please contact Renate Taylor at 609-383-8843 or Ken Calemmo at 609-572-7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Progressive Insurance Atlantic City Boat Show runs Feb. 26 to March 1 at the Atlantic City Convention Center. For more information, see acboatshow.com or @acboatshow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.