January 14, 2018 | By Nicolette R. Nicoletti

The Personal Injury Attorneys of Nicoletti Law Frim are proud to announce that we are a sponsor of the Annual Kumquat Festival in Dade City, Florida. This is one of the largest events in Pasco County and is put on by the fine people of The Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce. The Kumquat Festival takes place on January 27th, 2018 from 9am-5pm. More than 40,000 people attend each year and this year there will be more than 400 vendors!

Some of the activities at the event include: arts & crafts, delicious food from a variety of local Pasco County restaurants, food vendors and food trucks, a car & truck show, a health & wellness area, LIVE local entertainment, a farmer's market, kumquat pie & products, a quilt challenge, and so much more.

Best of all, both admission to the event and parking are FREE!

Here are directions to Dade City:

— From Interstate 75 — east on Highway 52 to Downtown Dade City. (On Festival Day there will be FREE satellite parking at the Pasco Fairgrounds on US Highway 52 coming into Dade City and there will be a FREE shuttle to the Festival)

— From US Highway 301 — north or south follow into Downtown Dade City (On Festival Day there will be FREE satellite parking across from Jarrett Ford and a FREE shuttle to the Festival)

After opening the new office in Zephyrhills in November of last year, we at Nicoletti Accident Injury Lawyers knew that we wanted to get involved and support the local community as soon as possible. We could not think of a better event than this. Attorneys Nicolette Nicoletti and Kevin Sullivan both remember attending the Kumquat Festival when they were undergraduates at Saint Leo University. This event is great fun!

We hope that you can join us on January 27th in Dade City! Make sure to stop by our booth and say hello. Be safe everyone!

Nicolette R. Nicoletti Author Image

Nicolette R. Nicoletti

Managing Partner

Nicolette R. Nicoletti is the founder and managing partner of the Nicoletti Accident Injury Lawyers. She was born and raised in New Port Richey, Florida.  Nicolette attended Genesis Preparatory School and graduated salutatorian of her class.  She then went onto Saint Leo University for her undergraduate education. She graduated magna cum laude from the Honors Program with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.  While at Saint Leo University, Nicolette was President of Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society), Secretary of Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice Honor Society), and an active member of Delta Epsilon Sigma (National Scholastic Honor Society).

Author's Bio