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The event will be here before we know it  and tickets are going fast!  The proceeds of the Morgan Auto Group Charity Polo Classic  will benefit the Children’s Cancer Center,  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay and The Helping Hand Fund.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters: Meet Jahnah, a Little Girl Waiting for a Big Sister


bbbsMeet Jahnah, an 11 year old Caribbean-American female, who lives in a single-parent home with her mother, 2 sisters and 2 brothers in Clearwater.  Jahnah’s biological father currently lives in Georgia and maintains no contact with his children. In fact, her mother tells us that when his children call or text they often receive no reply from him.  Growing up in a household with 4 siblings can be tough, but thankfully Jahnah has formed a solid relationship with her mother and will soon have a Big Sister to help guide her down the right path in life.

The family has been living in a Homeless Emergency Project (HEP) permanent housing unit since July of 2013. Not only did the children need to adjust to a new home environment after their move to HEP, they had to change schools as well.

We asked Jahnah what she thought a Big Sister was, and she replied, “Someone who can take care of me, help me when I need something and teach me new things… but I want to let them know that my house has a lot of noise and can be messy!”

According to Jahnah’s mother, all of her teacher’s love her at school. Her favorite subject is math, although she feels she could benefit from assistance with science. Jahnah dreams of going to college and owning her own jewelry making business. She loves anything that has to do with girl power and crystals, but also enjoys soccer, singing, dancing, painting her nails and crocheting.  She enjoys outdoor activities over indoor and would rather participate than watch.

Jahnah’s three wishes are to have a password journal, lots of nail polish, and to do things that will make her mom happy.

There are over 150 children just like Jahnah waiting for a Big Sister, Big Brother or Big Couple. When you become a Big, you are helping a child become more confident, thrive academically and make good decisions.

We urge you to pick up the phone and learn more about what it means to be a volunteer in our mentoring program. Call us today at 727.518.8860 or visit our website to learn more

Chukkers For Children










Lets not forget what this day is about, the Charities. This year it’s not the champagne and the big hats that has the committee excited but rather the charities. Adding to the uniqueness of the event this year, the players won’t just be playing for a good cause but for children.

The slogan Chukkers for Children has caught fire among the planning committee.  With this being the third year it is very special that all the charities share a common mission surrounding children. The unique idea to combine philanthropy and polo came about three years ago with that thought that money could be raised locally and redistributed locally. What makes this event different is the money raised provides something a little different but just as important as the previous years. This year’s event will provide comfort, mentors and dreams come true.  It is a remarkable opportunity that the community can come together to make these things possible for the children of Tampa Bay.

As it is the week of the event we wanted to take some time recognize the reason for the event and the amazing job that our three benefiting charities do. The Children’s Cancer Center, Children’s Dream Fund and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas bring such joy to children in different ways every day and that is a true gift. We couldn’t be happier to raise money on Saturday for these charities and can’t wait to see what they are able to do with it. Thank you to all our sponsors who are making this day possible for the children!

Its not too late to get your tickets, remember all proceeds go to our charities and every penny counts! For more information visit our site

About The Children’s Cancer Center:

Helping children and families cope. That is the mission of the Children’s Cancer Center, a local non-profit organization dedicated to serving Tampa Bay families of children with cancer or chronic blood disorders such as Sickle Cell Anemia. “When a child is diagnosed, the whole family is diagnosed,” explains Children’s Cancer Center C.O.O., Patty O’Leary. “Our mission is to provide these children and their families with the educational, emotional and financial relief necessary to cope with the illnesses which threaten to tear their lives apart.”

About Big Brothers Big Sisters:

For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. Most children served by Big Brothers Big Sisters live in single-parent and low-income families, or households where a parent is incarcerated. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”). Providing a system of ongoing evaluation and support, Big Brothers Big Sisters is proven by independent studies to help families by improving the odds that Littles will perform better in school and avoid violence and illegal activities, and have stronger relationships with their parents and others. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas County serves Pinellas, Hernando and Citrus Counties and nearly 1,500 children a year.

About The Children’s Dream Fund:

The Children’s Dream Fund was founded in 1981 with the single purpose of fulfilling dreams for children ages 3-18 who have been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, and who live in West Central Florida. Dreams are referred to us by doctors, nurses, Child Life and Social Workers, friends, families and other patients. Every child deserves hope and a dream and our goal is to continue to make those dreams come true. Our desire is to grant every eligible child’s dream and no dream has ever been refused, except those involving motorized vehicles and firearms.


It’s Officially 1 Week Away!



The Morgan Auto Group Charity Polo Classic is only one week away! Are you ready? To get you started here is a list of things you need to know for the day of the event.


Event Info:

Time: 11 am – 4 pm

Location: DI Polo Tour | 1003 Cowart Road, Plant City

Day of Announcers: Tampa Bay Lightning’s Matt Sammon and on-air talent Jenn Halloway

Menu: Aqua, Oxford Exchange, Bonefish, Cook’s Club, Panera and Datz Dazzle

Special Events: Silent Auction, Performance by Lisa Casalino, Hat Contest and so much more!

Don’t risk missing the best event Tampa Bay has to offer, get your tickets now. For more information please visit


Luxury for Valentine’s Day!


Men it’s Valentine’s Day and as all women love candy and flowers however women also love a great surprise. If you really want to wow her this year give her the gift of luxury. Nothing says I love you like tickets to the Morgan Auto Group Charity Polo Classic. She will enjoy a day of great food, champagne and entertainment alongside Tampa Bay’s finest.

Get your tickets now and give her a gift she will love. Tickets can be purchased at

Get Your Hats Ready!


You can’t have a polo event without hundreds of gorgeous hats. In the upcoming week women across Tampa Bay will spend hours picking out the perfect combination from top to bottom. For most women the event will be the first day since fall that coats head to the back of the closet and sun dresses come out.  Every year members of the committee can’t wait to see which unique styles show up at the event. This year the committee is giving Tampa’s women even more of a reason to find that one perfect hat. Why is that? A Hat Contest of course!IMG_9995

We won’t give away any more details but ladies be sure to dress your best and get ready to impress. If you haven’t purchased your tickets yet don’t waste another minute. Take our word for it; the outfits alone are worth the price of admission. Tickets can be purchased at

Matt Sammon to Announce the Polo Match


Morgan_CPC_LogoLadies attend for the atmosphere – the food, the company and the all-around day of luxury. Between the big hats and the champagne it’s no secret why the Morgan Auto Group Charity Polo Classic is the event to attend for Tampa Bay’s women. What makes this event even better is it equally appeals to men. It’s not necessarily the details of the event but the main event itself. What could be more exciting than a polo match? How about Matt Sammon announcing the match!

For those of you who don’t know who Matt Sammon is, sports are his area of expertise. He is the Manager of Radio Programming and game day announcer for the Tampa Bay Lightning. As an announcer for one of the most fast paced and exciting sporting events there is, we can be sure that he will not disappoint. Don’t miss out on a chance to watch this one of a kind event, tickets are still available but going fast.

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Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors!



March 21, 2015 | DI Polo Tour, Plant City