Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Fourth Annual Play on the Bay at Loews Coronado Bay Resort

September 6 event to benefit education funding efforts in San Diego

Image courtesy of Charissa Magno

On Friday, Sept. 6 from 6-9 pm Loews Coronado Bay Resort invites you to Play on the Bay to support local education. Enjoy spectacular food, drinks, live music, a silent auction and more in an unforgettable evening on the resort’s Bay Terrace. You & Yours Distilling Co., Sweet Cheeks Baking Co. and Andrea’s Truffles will be serving up local flavor and Mike Hess Brewing will be creating a specialty seasonal beer that will only be available at the event.

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Image courtesy of Charissa Magno

“We are thrilled to be hosting our fourth annual Play on the Bay event at Loews Coronado Bay Resort to benefit DonorsChoose.org. It is an opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled evening at our resort while supporting public school teachers and their local classrooms. We’ve raised $185,000 over the last three years to assist local school teachers with the supplies and equipment they need to teach our children.” said Sean Clancy, Managing Director at Loews Coronado Bay Resort.

Tickets are $100 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are available. The resort is offering a special discounted rate on overnight stays for event attendees with the promo code: PLAY. For tickets and more information visit www.loewsplayonthebay.com.

Image courtesy of Charissa Magno

DonorsChoose.org is the national charity for Loews Hotels & Co. It is an online organization that empowers public school teachers from across the country to request much needed materials and experiences for their students. The money raised from this event will go towards public schools across San Diego County.

 

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