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PRESENTING Header

$30,000

PARIS Header

$20,000

SPECTACULAR Header

$15,000

BOHEMIAN Header

$10,000

TRUTH Header

$8,000

BEAUTY Header

$5,500

FREEDOM Header

$3,000

LOVE Header

$1,250

PLEASE NOTE:

All seating for this event is open seating “first come first serve” unless you purchase a VIP Table of 10 or your sponsorship level notes “reserved seating”.
A 3% surcharge is automatically added to all credit card payments to cover fees.

GLOSSARY OF SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

  • VIP PRE PARTY – An exclusive “by invitation only” reception before the event for the honorees, sponsors (snake charmer and above), and LIE masquerade ball committee members.
  • LIE HOLIDAY PARTY & CHARITY CHECK PRESENTATION – A formal presentation in December of funds raised to the recipient charities. Special gift presentation to sponsors with LIE members in attendance.

( 1 OF EACH AVAILABLE )

$7,500

$6,000

$5,000

$5,000

$5,000

$5,000

GREEN FAIRY Header

$1,500

ELEPHANT Header

$750

EVENT TICKET

$450.00

Enter your guest name(s) in the ORDER NOTES at checkout*

VIP TICKET

$500.00

EXCLUSIVE TO LIE MEMBERS ONLY.

Enter your guest name(s) in the ORDER NOTES at checkout*

VIP TABLE

$5,500.00

Includes signage. Seats 10 people.

Enter your guest name(s) in the ORDER NOTES at checkout*

VIP TICKET & AD

$6,500.00

Includes signage and a custom full-page ad in online Digital Journal for one year, linking to the company website. Seats 10 people.

Enter your guest name(s) in the ORDER NOTES at checkout*

CHATEAU ROOM

$325.00

Hot Breakfast Included. The fine furnishings and elegant décor of the Castle’s Chateau Rooms reflect the elegant designs of the French Chateaux of France, which were the inspiration for the beautiful architecture of OHEKA back in 1919.

WHITNEY ROOM

$375.00

Hot Breakfast Included. Named after Harry Payne Whitney, businessman, sportsman, and patron to the arts, these refined guestrooms are as opulent as the Metropolitan Opera Mr. Whitney took stock in and which was primarily owned by Otto H. Kahn.