SPRING HILL — Most would agree that both men and women need time with their same-sex squad. And Terlep Chiropractic is eager to help make it possible with its 2018 Men’s Night in support of the American Cancer Society.
Terlep Chiropractic will be consumed 6-9 p.m. July 12 with a few classic things guys typically find endearing. Hooters Wings, beer from Beer Frog, Wild Buck Whiskey, motorcycles and trucks from Motorcycle Enthusiasts and Crystal Automotive, and lots more. The facility, inside and out, will be packed with more than 30 separate vendors with giveaways, samples, and stuffed baskets for raffle.
Jimmy McKittrick, Terlep’s director of marketing and community relations, spearheads the annual gender specific events to help raise necessary funds for cancer research. Each year he and his team at Terlep plan a Ladies Night, this year Disco Divas took place in May, and a Men’s Night, which will follow a sports theme. Both free events support ACL by encouraging donations from participants, including vendors, visitors and outside business supporters. Each has raised sizable donations, contributing to Terlep’s annual ACS contributions of more than $50,000.
The Men’s Night Out hopes to exceed Terlep’s $7,000 totals from last year. The goal this year is $10,000.
The free event is open to men only. Attendees will receive a passport at the door to be stamped by each vendor. Complete passports will then be entered in drawings for a big flat-screen TV, an AR-15 rifle from American Gun & Pawn, and an assortment of other grand prizes as well as baskets from local businesses.
Vendors include Halo Motor Sports, Coney Island Drive-Inn, Pure Romance, Inflatable Party, doTERRA Wellness Advocates, Grow Financial and Sir Speedy. Other sponsors are Dynasty, Hernando County Parks and Recreation, Clearwater Marine Aquarium, Shauyb Spa, Monocle Design Solutions, Big Daddy DJ and Loft 353. Others are Tree Umph Adventure Course, Tactical Supply & Surplus, the YMCA, Off Road Center, Wild Buck Whiskey, Beer Frog, American Gun & Pawn, Hooters, Butler, Beer Frog, Hooters, Tampa Bay Softball, Crystal Automotive, Hernando Post and Tampa Bay Times.
“We have a great time,” said McKittrick. “It’s a sports theme so we’re all dressing in our favorite team. And I of course will have a suit that makes sense.”