January 23, 2013
St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) Foundation and F.X. Matt Brewery will hold the 5th Annual Prohibition Party, sponsored by Dr. Greg Orlando of Mohawk Valley Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. The event will be held on Friday, April 26 from 6 - 9 p.m. at the historic F.X. Matt Brewing Co. Proceeds from the Prohibition Party will be used to purchase endobronchial ultrasound equipment for St. Elizabeth Medical Center.
Sponsorship opportunities for the Prohibition Party are available at the following levels:
Saranac Sponsor: $5,000
Includes 10 V.I.P. tickets with use of the Tavern one hour prior to event, special gift for each guest, logo on all posters and event publicity—including TV and radio, event banner to hang in a place of business, company banner displayed at event, logo on Foundation website, logo prominently on signage at event, displayed throughout the Brewery and 10 cases of custom-labeled Saranac product.
1888 Tavern Sponsor: $2,500
Includes recognition in event publicity (TV, radio, Medical Center publications), six tickets with gift for each guest, company banner displayed at the event, logo on SEMC Foundation website, logo on poster displayed and logo on signage at event, displayed throughout the Brewery.
Brew Kettle Sponsor: $1,000
Includes recognition in Medical Center publications, four tickets with gift for each guest, listing on Foundation website, listing on signage at event and displayed throughout the Brewery.
Schultz and Dooley Sponsor: $500
Includes two tickets with gift for each guest, listing on Foundation website and on signage at the event, displayed throughout the Brewery.
Those interested in any of these opportunities are asked to call (315) 734-4287, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.stemc.org/foundation or by visiting the St. Elizabeth Medical Center Foundation Office at 2209 Genesee Street, Utica, or the F.X. Matt Brewing Co. Gift Shop/ Tour Center at 830 Varick Street, Utica.
“On behalf of the Medical Center, I would like to thank the Matt family for its partnership with the Foundation to host this one-of-a-kind event that the community looks forward to each year,” said Richard Ketcham, President /CEO of St. Elizabeth Medical Center.