For Love of Country Annual Gala 2018
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
$10,000 - Welcome Dinner - SOLD
Friday, December 7th, at the Moana Surfrider
Dining experience featuring the special menu designed by internationally acclaimed Chef Holly Peterson to highlight the donated wines shared by Kornell Wine Company with Ellie Anest and Aurelien Roulin, partners ElevenEleven Wines and Tyler Olbres, proprietor Nellcote Wines. Invited guests include 80 civic, corporate and military leaders. Evening provides a very exclusive opportunity to share our mission and vision with an audience of current and potential supporters.
Sponsor will receive:
$10,000 - Dinner Gift
A special gift will be presented to every attendee, positioned at their seat upon arrival. Working together with event designers, the selected gift will provide the first formal welcome as guests sit down at their tables.
Sponsor will receive:
$10,000 - Production Sponsor
Covering the evening presentation and experience, the sponsor will support the lighting and sound set up, the primary experience for all attendees.
$10,000 - Celebrity Guest Sponsor
Hosting the evening celebrities, including auctioneer, performers, and celebrity attendees.
$5,000 - Table Décor:
Provision of the floral and table settings.
$5,000 - Silent Auction/Technology
Provision of technology, signage and display associated with silent auction
$5,000 - Beverage Sponsor:
Provision of the bar service
$2,500 - Valet Sponsor: SOLD
Provision of valet services to all attendees
For further information or to sponsor For Love of Country "Building Our Future" Annual Gala 2018, please contact JoBeth Marihugh @ 808.892.3345 or email: email@example.com
Ford Island is a Military Installation and as such requires Military Identification to enter the base. If you do not have Military Identification please be prepared to provide your Full Name, Date of Birth, and last four digits of your SSN for yourself and each guest not possessing Military Identification or notify JoBeth Marihugh at 808-892-3345 / JoBeth.Marihugh@PearlHaborAviationMuseum.org NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15, 2018.
The mission of Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized aviation museum on Ford Island that educates young and old alike, honors aviators and their support personnel who defended freedom in the Pacific Region and to preserve Pacific aviation history.
Phone: (808) 892-3345
Historic Ford Island, 319 Lexington Boulevard, Honolulu, Hawaii 96818