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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Michael Searle 2407 Tangerine Hill Court Lutz, Florida 33549 (813) 909-9358 email@example.com WWW.TAMPABAYFOSSILCLUB.COM THE ICE AGE RETURNS! FOSSILFEST 2004! JANUARY 25, 2004, TAMPA - The Ice Age invades the Florida State Fairgrounds on March 13th and 14th, 2004 when the Tampa Bay Fossil Club presents the 17th annual FossilFest 2004! Great Photo Opportunities! Dr. Gordon Hubble from the Discovery Channelís, Shark Week. Prehistoric remains of Lions, tigers, bears, and SHARKS. Childrenís Fossil Mine. Native American Artifacts on display. Lions and tiger and bears, and SHARKS, will be just some of the fossilized remains on display during the annual event. Prehistoric sharks will be the featured fossil at FossilFest. FossilFest will present lectures by Dr. Gordon Hubble from the Discovery Channelís, Shark Week and other prominent shark experts. Club members will display museum quality specimens found right here in Floridaís abundant fossil record. There will be vendors from all over the world on hand to display and sell fossils as well. Artifacts from Floridaís prehistoric Indians will be on also be on display. The highlight of FossilFest is always the childrenís fossil mine where kids get the opportunity to dig for their very own fossils! There will be free hourly door prizes, raffle prizes, and a silent auction. Florida Blood Services will also be on hand to take donations. Dr. Gordon Hubble is considered to be one of the countries leading authorities on prehistoric and modern sharks and will lecture on both Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Hubble has been featured in three editions of the Discovery Channels, Shark Week. The childrenís sand mine and discovery table are always a hit. For a nominal fee, children can dig for their very own fossils. Club members will be on hand to help children identify their treasures and bag them up for the trip home. Thatís right, the kids get to keep what they find! Displays by club members will feature fossils found right here in Florida. Artifacts from Floridaís prehistoric people are always a big hit too. FossilFest hours are: 9 AM until 6 PM on Saturday and 9 AM until 4 PM on Sunday. Admission is: Adults $4.00, Children 12 and under are FREE with paying adult. FossilFest will be held in the Special Events Center at the Florida State Fairgrounds located at the intersection of US 301 and Interstate 4, just east of Tampa. Members of the media can take a "sneak peak" of FossilFest on Friday evening.
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