TAMPA - Stu Robinson, former veteran radio personality, hosts his annual father daughter dance every year.
In spite of being laid off from Clear Channel's 95.7 FM the Beat in Tampa last December, he pressed on to plan for another wonderful affair.
Dad and their little girls from around the area celebrate their bond and make a pledge to remain connected through love as the years go by.
In 2011, Robinson received a proclamation from Mayor Bob Buckhorn for his commitment to helping today's youth and the community.
With Robinson's motto, "It's time for girls to lower their skirts and raise their standards", he and his team of volunteers have helped create and reinforce bonds for over one thousand attendees over the past seven years.
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