Krewe of Shamrock Back to the 80's Glow Bowl Party Proceeds benefiting Sultans of Egypt Shiners

Pin Chasers-Midtown, Tampa, Florida, United States
Fri, Sep 22 2017

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The Krewe of Shamrock Drunken Stumble Back to the 80’s Glow Bowl Party

Pin Chasers • 4847 N. Armenia Ave • Tampa, FL


To whom it may concern,

Thank you so much for your interest in sponsoring the Krewe of Shamrock (KOS) Glow Bowl Party.

KOS, founded in 1999, has supported many charities throughout the community. One of the prime charities this year is the Sultans Egypt Shiners Transportation Fund. The Transportation Fund provides immediate assistance for children and their families during a medical emergency. The Krewe of Shamrock members are compassionate and caring individuals who get involved in charity events donating their time and treasures. Some of our local charities include: Toys for Tots collection (each year we collect over 500 items); volunteering time with Feeding Tampa Bay, Metropolitian Ministries, a Kids Place, Shriners and Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches; as well as monetary donations of $500 to Come Read With Me, $2,000 to Metropolitian Ministries, and $3,720 to the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. For more information on KOS, please visit our website at www.kreweofshamrock.com.

Please help to make this event a memorable and successful one. Hopefully, together with your support, we can make this an annual event that will bring the community together as well as raise funds for our organization every year. Your contribution means a lot.

Thank you for your time. We look forward to an exciting evening of bowling and are eager to discuss with you ways you can help to support this organization. We look forward to hearing from you.  Please contact Patrick Pustay at 727-643-6582 or Traci Nash 813-545-9642.


Patrick Pustay                                    Traci Nash

Event Coordinator                           Event Coordinator


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Business Specialty: Nurse Manager for the Tampa General Hospital/ Univserity of South Florida Center for Advanced Lung Disease. Specializing in cystic fibrosis, intersistial lung disease, pulmonary hypertension, and lung transplant. Currently responsible for a staff of 14 nurses at a Level 1 Trauma Center.  I'm highly skilled and handles life and death situations on a daily basis.

Associations: President,  One Breath at a Time (a non-profit organization that supports lung transplant patients both pre and post transplant); Chairman for the One Breath at a Time Run for Lungs (a charity fun run to help support One Breath at a Time); President, Krewe of Shamrock, Member of NATCO,  former President of U.T. Student Nurse Association; Former 2nd Vice President for the FL Student Nurse Association

Education: RN, BSN University of Tampa; U.S. Army