• Officers 2018-2020 Induction

    President- Allan B. Calaor

    President-Elect Ronel A. Juan

    Area VP's: Marie Vel Cruz

    Kristoffer Lord Fernandez

    Mario Labado

    Diana Lazaro

    Recording Sec: Trinidad Gaas

    Corresponding Sec: Illinor K Lim

    Treasurer: Jeffrey Ng/Flynn A Caracena

    Auditor: Maria Mabuti

    PRO: Harry Mendoza

  • PAMETFL History

    Tribute to the pillars of PAMET- Florida Chapter. The first induction was held on July 2008 in Tampa, FL ( Bayanihan Center) during the term of national President Mila Braganza of Northern California. The founder and chartered President was Eugenia Eduardo. Thank You for the initiative, dedication, and love to start the organization. It is a challenge to the current officers and new generation to continue what was started.




    17th National Executive Board Meeting and Leadership exCHANGE

    Bayanihan Arts and Events Center

    August 2 & 3 2019

    The 17th National Executive Board Meeting is a VERY IMPORTANT event for PAMET-USA, Inc. This is when the members of the Executive Board and Chapter Presidents agree upon the agenda and goals for the next fiscal year of PAMET-USA, Inc. and the resolutions to be considered. The main function of the Executive Board is to review, approve and implement the decisions and policies created by the different standing and special committees of the association so these committees can facilitate its functions.

    City Tour Sites and Dinner Cruise in A Starship Yacht

    August 3-Saturday

    1:30 to 10:00 PM


    Downtown Tampa

    Part of the business district, upbeat Downtown is known for its museums. Tampa Museum of Art’s permanent collection runs from ancient figurines to modern paintings, while the Glazer Children’s Museum offers interactive exhibits. The Straz Center stages contemporary plays and musicals, plus classical opera. Modern American and global restaurants, and lively bars, line Tampa Riverwalk.

    Tampa Bay Hotel

    A National Historic Landmark in Tampa, Florida, the Tampa Bay Hotel is not only a stunning example of Moorish and Turkish architecture, it also served as the headquarters for the United State Army’s invasion of Cuba during the Spanish-American War. Constructed between 1888 and 1891 by Henry B. Plant to draw tourists to Florida, the massive hotel and its expansive grounds proved extremely useful during the Spanish-American War.

    Ybor City Historic Park

    At the turn of the 20th century, nowhere in the United States was as famous for its cigars as Tampa’s Ybor City, which was once known as the “Cigar Capital of the World.” The Ybor City Historic District is a National Historic Landmark located northeast of Tampa’s downtown. The district contains more than 950 historic buildings and structures built during its peak industrial years. Ybor City’s vibrant character, preserved best in the 7th Avenue Commercial Strip, is defined by the community’s blend of cultures from European, Asian, and Cuban immigrants who settled there to support the region’s once-booming cigar industry brought to Tampa in the late 19th and early 20th centuries



    Old Hyde National Historic Park

    Hyde Park is a historic neighborhood and district within the city limits of Tampa. It includes Bayshore Boulevard, Hyde Park Village and SoHo. Its ZIP code is 33606. Hyde Park includes many historic homes and bungalows. Its history and proximity to downtown Tampa make it a desirable residential neighborhood. Because of its convenient location, developments are being built in Hyde Park. Construction includes an expansion of Hyde Park Village, an upscale shopping and dining destination, as well as multifamily residential developments.

    Bayshore Boulevard

    Bayshore Boulevard is a waterfront road on Hillsborough Bay in South Tampa, Florida. Located south of downtown Tampa, its sidewalk, claimed to be the longest continuous sidewalk in the world at 4.5 miles long, is 10 feet wide and is widely used for recreation and exercise.

    Yacht Starship

    Florida’s largest dining yacht! At 180-feet, this exquisite yacht has 3 decks, with four separate dining rooms to explore together or enjoy separately. After dining guest will enjoy the expansive promenade deck for sightseeing and dancing.

    Dining: Cocktail, buffet, and seated dining options available from our award-winning menu, freshly prepared daily by our Executive Chef and Galley Staff.

    Entertainment: Dazzling Entertainment for dancing under the stars on the Promenade Deck. The Cruise Director (DJ) can play to any crowd, making the dance floor the most popular place to be after dining.


    PAMETFL Annual Meeting


    Officers and members' annual meeting at Boca Raton, Florida. Small gathering to get to know each other. Shared ideas and strategic planning for the improvement of our organization. Plenty of ideas, camaraderie and as usual food on the table.