Puff ‘N Stuff catering named exclusive caterer of The Motor Enclave

The Motor Enclave has entered a multi-year partnership with Puff ‘N Stuff Catering to be the exclusive caterer of the 200-acre experiential motorsports venue, in Tampa.

The deal will have Puff ‘N Stuff providing a wide variety of food and beverage offerings throughout the venue, including the 37,000 square foot event center, the 2,000 square foot off-road hospitality suite, poolside bar/grill and more than 300 private garages.

The Motor Enclave and Puff ‘N Stuff collaborated on the design and development of the Enclave Event Center, including its 3,000-square-foot state-of-the-art catering kitchen.

In addition to being able to handle food/beverage service for events that can accommodate up to 10,000 people on-site, Puff ‘N Stuff will offer catering to Enclave owner and member private garages similar to the experience suite holders have at sporting venues, according to a statement.

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