With new restaurant dine-in ban, check out #TampasDowntownCurbside

Tampa Downtown Partnership launches campaign to support local business after COVID-19 restrictions


TAMPA, Fla. – With the new ban just announced on all dining in Florida restaurants, the Tampa Downtown Partnership is launching a campaign to help businesses that are offering takeout or delivery services at this time.


The #TampasDowntownCurbside social media campaign will highlight local restaurants offering takeout menus, allowing the Partnership’s more than 24,000 Instagram followers and 106,000 Twitter followers to stay informed and help support these local businesses.


“We know that this is an extremely difficult time for our local restaurants and retailers, and we want to support them anyway we can. By tapping into the power of social media, we can help spread the word that they’re still open for business through takeout orders,” Tampa Downtown Partnership President and CEO, Lynda Remund said.


Local restaurants and retailers can simply tag #TampasDowntownCurbside to post on their social media accounts about their to-go offerings and the information will immediately post on the Partnership’s website at Businesses can also share the #TampasDowntownCurbside graphic to show patrons that they are a part of the local awareness campaign.


The effort is in line with the Tampa Downtown Partnership’s highest goal, which is supporting local businesses to help drive economic development downtown. For more information on local restaurants open for takeout, follow @TampasDowntown on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter