FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – On Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, the Ghost Light Society will celebrate a decade of engaging and inspiring a new generation of performing arts supporters at the 10th Annual Ghost Light Society Soirée: Soirée à Paris presented by Ultimate Software. Approximately 250 young professional leaders are anticipated to attend the Parisian-themed event featuring dining, dancing and more in the Huizenga Pavilion at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, with proceeds to benefit the Broward Center’s arts-in-education programs.
Since forming in 2009, the Ghost Light Society has established its annual Soirée as one of the most highly anticipated events of the season while also enabling the group to raise nearly $1 million for arts-in-education programs – a significant milestone it aims to surpass at this year’s event. For the second year in a row Ashley Boxer of Maxim Healthcare Services and Whitney Dutton of Dutton Real Estate Services will serve as co-chairs of the Soirée, coming off the record-breaking success of last year’s event.
In addition to Presenting Sponsor Ultimate Software, the event is supported by Platinum Sponsors Akerman LLP, Broward Health, Celebrity Cruises, Ashley and Matt Lindsay and Charles and Laura Palmer, Memorial Healthcare System, Merrimac Ventures and Publix. Additional sponsorship opportunities, VIP packages and individual tickets are available. For more information, contact 954-414-6901 or email@example.com.
About Ghost Light Society: The Ghost Light Society was founded in 2009 to engage and inspire a new generation of patrons to take an active role in promoting, celebrating and supporting the performing arts. The organization is composed primarily of community leaders and business professionals between the ages of 25–45 who enjoy a variety of exclusive benefits for members, including access to pre-sale tickets, pre-show cocktail receptions, networking events and behind-the-scenes opportunities throughout the year. All dollars raised by the Ghost Light Society support the Broward Center’s wide variety of arts-in-education programs that serve more than 125,000 students in Broward County each year. For more information, visit www.ghostlightsociety.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.