Tampa, Fla,. (June 8, 2018) – Tampa Bay Diversity Chamber of Commerce reaffirmed support for the concept of the Tampa Bay Rays staying in Tampa Bay and supports the Ybor City location for the team in a letter of support that was unanimously approved by board members.
The Chamber stands behind Chuck Sykes and Ron Christaldi, with supporting the mission of the Tampa Bay Rays 2020, and the Rays 100, in bringing the Tampa Bay Rays to Hillsborough County thus keeping the team in Tampa Bay Area.
The Tampa Bay Diversity Chamber of Commerce began over 30 years ago to provide an environment for business owners and local organizations to build an alternative community based on shared goals, friendship, and trust. We serve the entirety of Tampa Bay, including Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota, and as far north as Tarpon Springs.
The vision of the Tampa Bay Diversity Chamber of Commerce is to empower LGBT and equality-minded professionals within our business community.
About Tampa Bay Rays 2020
Tampa Bay Rays 2020 is a privately funded non-profit organization dedicated to bringing a new Rays ballpark to Tampa. Led by some of Tampa’s most forward-thinking business and community leaders, our organization is the catalyst that will
ensure the ballpark becomes a reality. America’s favorite pastime needs a home for generations to come in one of the country’s fastest growing cities. In conjunction with the February 9th announcement, Tampa Bay Rays 2020 launched a website (www.tampabayrays2020.com) along with a multimedia campaign (Twitter; Facebook; Instagram).