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Care partners at Hospice of Dayton and Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties go above and beyond to invest in each patient and consider his or her time with us to be a celebration of life. It’s our goal to help you cement your loved one’s legacy by embracing his or her life story and presenting it to others. Please, share your loved one’s life story with us today. We believe that illustrating life’s stories provides peace of mind for families while strengthening our community.  Contact 937-256-4490 ext. 4409 or fill out the form below to share your story today.

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Hospice of Dayton Foundation “Beer Tasting Pairing”

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Poelking Lanes South-VIP Room
8871 Kingsridge Dr.

Thursday, May 8, 2014
6:30 – 9:30 pm

Presenting Sponsor:

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Thank you to our Sponsors:

  • Patti & Greg Atkinson
  • Longhorn Steakhouse
  • Cavalier Distributing
    1-CW Seal

Presenting Sponsor – $2,500.00

  • 10 admission tickets
  • 4 raffle tickets
  • Name on napkins
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers
  • Company logo on big screen
  • Prominent recognition throughout the tasting
  • Recognition on Hospice of Dayton website with your logo
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Room Sponsor – $1,000.00

  • 6 admission tickets
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers
  • Signage on the lanes
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Table Sponsor – $450.00

  • 2 raffle tickets
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Beer Sponsor – $250

  • Company name prominently displayed in front of craft beer
  • Recognition in Hospice of Dayton newsletter (mailed to 70,000)

Attendee Fee – $25.00

  • 9 samples of craft beer
  • Commemorative tasting glass
  • Complimentary appetizers

Designated driver/non-drinker $15.00

  • Complimentary appetizers, soda and bottled water.

Must be 21 years of age to attend. Please sample responsibly.

Participants will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Hospice of Dayton, sponsors and vendors, its officers, directors, partners, agents, members, and employees from and against any and all demands, claims, damages to persons or property, losses and liabilities, including reasonable attorney’s fees arising out of or caused by injuries, damages or other claims caused by or connected to attendance of this event.

Contact Marsha Bernard at 937-258-2895 for more info.

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