By: MaryAnn Ketcham
On September 17th, the B-Hive, a local business vendor network, hosted their 1st Semi-Annual Indoor Cornhole Tournament at Baron Real Estate to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of St. Lucie County.
This year The Boys & Girls Club of St. Lucie County has served 4,600 Club members at 24 of their locations.
With over 100 attendees, Steve Emrick of Treasure Coast Cornhole provided the tournament setup and organization.
Members of the B-Hive network surrounded the outskirts of the room with marketing tables all while cheering on the participants. Raffle prizes that were donated by the B-Hive vendors were raffled off throughout the day, as well as a 50/50 drawing.
The B-Hive is a vendor network that works to emulate the efficiency of a real-life bee community. Within our own local community there are multiple vendor’s that work to help better and strengthen the counties we all live and reside in.
Keeping this network of working professionals in close proximity to those who need them is the main objective of The B-Hive. Vendors are hand selected and interviewed to assure quality of work, licensing, and insurance.
The next tournament is slated for March 18th,2023 (St. Patricks Theme) and will benefit Baron Academy, a private learning academy specializing in custom learning for children with unique and special needs.
For more information on how to join the B-Hive Network or to participate in the next cornhole event please contact B-Hive Network Coordinator Eric Gibson at 772.834.1630 or firstname.lastname@example.org