South Cape Coral businesses host first ever joint New Years Eve party
CAPE CORAL, Fla. - If you're out and about on New Year's Eve in South Cape Coral, you may see signs for a trolley stop.
It's all apart of the South Cape Hospitality and Entertainment Association's new idea to ring in 2014.
"The idea is to allow people to do something different for New Year's Eve, which is go to 12 different locations, experience their type of food, their drink, their atmosphere and maybe one day they will want to come back and be a customer," Shelly Cranford, owner of Back Streets Sports bar, said.
A trolley will take you between all 12 locations. All you need is a wristband, which you can get at any participating spot and it will cost you $5.
Organizers say it's the best way to eat, play and stay in the Cape.