Space Coast Daily TGIF Show: Featuring Carroll Distributing, Space Coast Symphony Orchestra, AAU Junior Olympics

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ABOVE VIDEO: Today’s featured guests include Ron Chabot from Carroll Distributing to discuss local restaurants impacted by COVID-19, Aaron Collins from Space Coast Symphony Orchestra and an AAU Junior Olympics update.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – This week’s Space Coast Daily TGIF Show features note-worthy weekend featuring Carroll Distributing’s Ron Chabot, Aaron Collins from the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra and an update on the AAU Junior Olympics.

Carroll Distributing

First up, hear from Ron Chabot – the Space Coast’s very own Carroll Distributing representative.

With many bars and restaurants continuing to battle the challenges COVID-19 has presented to local businesses, Chabot gives an update how the businesses are managing the tough situations.

Hear from Ron Chabot – the Space Coast’s very own Carroll Distributing rep. Enjoy updates from the industry.

Carroll Distributing works collectively with Anheuser-Busch and local non-profits to implement responsible drinking and to give back to the community.

Florida’s three-tier system and how it benefits Brevard County

Florida’s three-tier system is made up of brewers, distributors, and retailers.

All three work together to bring consumers the tremendous variety of craft beer they enjoy, but you may not realize how huge of a role the distributor plays in the process.

At Carroll Distributing, we are an extension of local breweries and introduce the breweries products to our retailers. This, in turn, allows our retailers to get a wide variety of beer to offer to their consumers.

Step Up For Students Scholarship Fund

Carroll Distributing is responsible for $3.6 million a year to the Step Up Scholarship Fund for the State of Florida. Step Up For Students helps ensure that equal educational opportunity for all children is not just a dream but a reality.  Step Up is a state-approved nonprofit scholarship-funding organization that helps administer four scholarships for Florida schoolchildren.

These scholarships empower Florida families to have a voice in their children’s education and strengthen public education by offering options to struggling schoolchildren.


Space Coast Symphony Orchestra’s new show ‘Sweet Land of Liberty’ is set for Saturday, August 15, at the The Avenue Viera, located at 2261 Town Center Ave. in Melbourne.

The show features and honors all those who have worn our nation’s uniform as well as our Space Coast defense workers.

The show is set to begin at 7 p.m.

This patriotic program will showcase our national heritage, as conductor Aaron T. Collins directs the wind orchestra with music by Lee Greenwood, Richard Rodgers, Morton Gould, Adam Gorb, Eric Whitacre, and marches from “The March King,” John Philip Sousa.



“This season represents what makes your SCSO a unique force in our community: our tradition of innovative programming, high-quality dynamic symphonic performances, active community engagement, dedication to new music, and commitment to arts education,” said Conductor and Artistic Director Aaron Collins.

Under the vision and leadership of Collins, your Space Coast Symphony Orchestra reflects all that makes Central Florida special: its creativity, spirit, beauty and quest for knowledge.

The SCSO is a major player on our cultural landscape with a unique mission to make professional classical music affordable and accessible to people of all ages. Thus, in an economic environment where many orchestras would fail, we are able to tell the SCSO success story.

While providing more concerts than any other musical organization in Florida, the SCSO has launched bold initiatives and innovative programming that have gained national attention.

The Space Coast Symphony Orchestra is reinventing the concept of a 21st-century orchestra by presenting the widest array of programming of any orchestra in Florida.

Their focus is on creating programming that is balanced, accessible, innovative, and artistically expansive. Successfully growing our audience begins with what we bring to the stage, and continues with the ability to market and promote the Space and Treasure Coasts as cultural destinations.

In any SCSO season, the audience can expect the best of what makes the SCSO a unique force in our community: the organization’s tradition of innovative programming, high-quality dynamic symphonic performances, active community engagement and commitment to arts education.


*Please check with bars & restaurants to verify the Live shows due to COVID-19 and looming Hurricane Isaias.