Patrons and business owners enjoy WINK Taste of the Town

Reporter: Emma Heaton Writer: Drew Hill
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WINK Taste of the Town
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Many people headed to Centennial Park in Fort Myers to enjoy some of the best food Lee County has to offer. At WINK Taste of the Town, not only is their food and music but some of the proceeds go to Cameo of Lee County that helps serve low-income seniors in Southwest Florida.

There are 25 food truck options in addition to the live music and activities. Adrienne Negron came over from Cape Coral. “Just fun to be outdoors and enjoy the different foods that they have,” Negron said.

Negron is a regular at Taste of the Town. She’s been coming back year after year. That is until the pandemic slowed her down. “We like it here, this location. So it’s been a couple [of] years. So we’re happy to be back,” said Negron.

This year, she was able to return to Centennial Park in Fort Myers. Others came to WINK Taste of the Town for the first time.

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