Sebring Chamber Business Expo Slated for October 5

SEBRING — From home maintenance to home decor, to healthcare and elder care services, to banking and insurance, to cruises and travel, over 30 local and regional companies will be showcasing their products and services at the Sebring Chamber of Commerce Business Expo on Friday, Oct. 5. The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Jack Stroup Civic Center in historic downtown Sebring on Lake Jackson and is sponsored by Suncoast Credit Union.

Tickets Available for Pop & Fizz Soda Cocktail Tasting & Pairing Party

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Sebring Soda Fest Announces Kids Coloring Contest

The Sebring Soda Festival  in partnership with the Children’s Museum of the Highlands, is proud to announce the Sebring Soda Festival Kids Coloring Contest.

Volunteers Needed for the Sebring Soda Festival

Liz Barber has eight nonprofit groups confirmed to staff tasting booths at the upcoming Sebring Soda Festival, April 6-7.

Some of them, like Habitat for Humanity, will work two booths on the Sebring Circle, but not all. Barber would like to get 50 booths covered. The event has 200 varieties of craft soft drinks for visitors to sample and the more booths, the better.

“We’ll have long lines otherwise, and no one likes long lines,” Barber said to the Tourist Development Council at its monthly meeting Thursday.

Tickets Now On Sale for Sebring Soda Festival

Tickets are now on sale online for the highly-anticipated Sebring Soda Festival taking place in historic downtown Sebring April 6-7.

Sebring Soda Fest Announces Celebrity Mixologist

SEBRING, Fla. - The Sebring Soda Festival (April 6-7) is proud to announce that Brenda Terry, an award-winning cocktail artist known for her passion behind the bar and her mix of imaginative, aromatic and balanced cocktails, will serve as the Celebrity Mixologist at the festival's Pop & Fizz Cocktail Tasting & Pairing Party on April 7.   

Sebring Chamber Recognizes Locals, Businesses

SEBRING — When the Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce gave out awards at its annual banquet Thursday, Hurricane Irma was at least a consideration indirectly.

Three of the awards were presented to businesses or individuals for their work to help the community recover.

Chamber President and CEO Liz Barber said it wasn’t the intent of the chamber to give out awards related to the hurricane, but those making the decisions saw a trend of nominations of people or businesses relating to the hurricane.

4th Annual Sizzlin' Summer Spin 'N Win Has Prizes, Games, Food & Fun!

It was an evening of chance, but it was an evening of much more as hundreds gathered Thursday evening, July 27, at the Sebring Chamber's 4th Annual Sizzlin' Summer Spin 'N Win at the Island View Restaurant, presented by Comcast Business. 

As guests arrived, they were presented a lei at the check in table outside and a Bahama Mama beverage after coming through the door by a hula girl. 

Sebring Chamber Hosts 2nd Annual Legislative Review Luncheon

SEBRING — The Florida Legislature progressed on a few issues this past session, local legislators said this week.

One issue involved funding for Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida programs, said State Rep. Cary Pigman, R-Avon Park.

While Gov. Rick Scott wanted to continue funding of the programs, some legislators wanted to defund them because of past questionable expenditures, Pigman said.

Humane Society Hosts July's Sebring Chamber Mixer

SEBRING — It won’t be long before the dogs at the Highlands County Humane Society shelter have a chance to cool off during the hot summer.

Judy Spiegel, president of the Humane Society, unveiled the new doggy pool during a Greater Sebring Chamber of Commerce mixer. She said a couple anonymously donated money for the construction of the concrete pool in memory of Buffy, their Shih Tzu, who died recently.

The pool is large enough to hold 10 dogs, as long as the dogs get along, she said.

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