Wednesday, July 8, 2020

A Few Sponsorship Opportunities Remain for Mayors’ Dinner at the Del

Mayors Dinner at the DelThe Mayors’ Dinner at the Del on December 11, 2015 at the Hotel Del Coronado will be the crown jewel of Coronado’s 125th year celebration: a magical night celebrating Coronado’s unique history and the evening now includes an early performance of the Hotel Del’s new spectacular DELights show in the courtyard.

The $125 tickets sold out in three days and we have established a wait-list. However, a few sponsorship opportunities are still available including CROWN PATRON, which includes two dinner tickets with premier seating, sponsor recognition in the gala program and one of our exclusive Numbered Limited Edition Catstudio Coronado pillows + a donation letter from the City of Coronado – all for $1,250. Want your own table? We have two NO PLACE LIKE HOME Tables which include 10 dinner tickets plus the other aforementioned benefits, including a half page ad for your business or family in the gala program for $2,500 – buy a table – sell tickets to your friends and you get to keep the pillow and the gala program ad! Feeling especially generous? Choose the EMERALD TABLE with 10 tickets, a full page ad and a pillow.

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The Dinner at the Del is the only Cultural Arts Commission fundraising event in all of the Coronado Celebrates 125 year celebration. Your support will help us continue to fund programs, activities and events which build and support arts and culture in Coronado.

For more information or to purchase a sponsorship please contact Heidi Wilson at email: coronadoclassic@gmail.com or call 619.243.6500

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