Focus on South Florida: Las Olas Wine & Food FestivalTwenty years ago the first Las Olas Wine & Food Festival took place to benefit the American Lung Association. Since then it has grown from a small intimate gathering to one of the most anticipated wine and culinary events in South Florida. But the proceeds still benefit the American Lung Association in Florida. It is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. We focus on the unique connection between the festival and the ALA, as well as preview the upcoming event.
Focus on South Florida: Las Olas Wine & Food Festival 19 years ago the first Las Olas Wine & Food Festival took place to benefit the American Lung Association. It has grown from a small intimate gathering to one of the most anticipated wine and culinary events. The proceeds still benefit the American Lung Association in Florida It is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. We focus on that and give people a sneak peek of the upcoming festival.
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