Marcums & Jensen’s Sponsor Bands for Beer in the Bushes

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Band sponsors Leanne & Todd Marcum and Jimmy & John Jensen of Jensen’s Twin Palm Resorts & Marina show off their headgear for the 9th Annual Beer in the Bushes with SCCF’s Jenny Evans and Jeff Siwicke, party producers extraordinaire.

Thanks to SCCF’s music-loving sponsors, you can keep the funk alive at the 9th Annual Beer in the Bushes featuring Big Sam’s Funky Nation and Shamarr Allen & the Underdawgs from New Orleans.

SCCF is pleased to announce that the Jensen brothers of Jensen’s Twin Palm Resort & Marina and Todd & Leanne Marcum have stepped up again as band sponsors for Beer in the Bushes on April 11, from 6 to 10pm.

Both the Marcums and the Jensens are known for their love of music and are excited to be bringing such a lively mix of funk, jazz, rock, hip-hop as well as blues and country to the unofficial end-of-year party that transforms the grounds of SCCF’s normally quiet Nature Center into a celebratory craft beer and music festival.

Featuring 11 breweries, six food trucks and drawing hundreds of residents and visitors, Beer in the Bushes has gained a reputation for being much more than your standard fundraiser.

“Don’t keep it under your hat, spread the word while we try to pull a rabbit out of our hat with all of the fun and surprises sure to be found at Beer in the Bushes,” says SCCF’s Event & Facilities Manager Jeff Siwicke. “Oh yeah, wear a fun hat, there’s kind of a hat theme going on.”

For more info, tickets, the craft brewery and band line-up, visit Tickets are $80. Advance purchase is highly recommended. All tickets include $10 in Trux Bux redeemable for dinner choices from any of the food trucks located on the event site.

Beer in the Bushes is a smoke-free, rain-or-shine event. Event proceeds support SCCF’s mission of conserving coastal habitats and aquatic resources on Sanibel and Captiva and in the surrounding watershed.

To learn about event sponsorship opportunities, please contact Cheryl Giattini at 239-395-2768/

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