When: Saturday, April 26, 2014
8:00 pm – VIP Admission
9:00 pm – Regular Admission
Plush St. Louis
3224 Locust Street
St. Louis, Missouri
Why: SAVE THE DATE!
Make plans NOW to join the Young Friends of the Saint Louis University Liver Center at their 2nd Annual That 80s Prom!
This is definitely not your high school prom! That 80s Prom features a VIP cocktail reception with open bar and live music from That 80s Band. The Young Friends will also be having a costume contest to crown their Prom King/Queen.
Tickets for the That 80s Prom are $75 for VIP Admission, which includes early admission to the party and an open bar; and $40 for Regular Admission (if purchased before 4/15/14 – ticket prices will increase to $50 after that date.) Tickets can be purchased online now at Brown Paper Tickets – http://that80sprom.bpt.me/.
Proceeds will benefit the Young Friends of the SLU Liver Center, which supports the research efforts of the world-renowned Saint Louis University Liver Center for the treatment and cure of liver diseases, and promotes understanding and awareness of liver disease. All money raised by the organization stays in the St. Louis area to perform life-saving research and treat patients in St. Louis.
Varying levels of sponsorships are also available for the upcoming That 80s Prom event – go to www.friendsoftheslulc.org for event and sponsorship information.
For more information about the event and sponsorship opportunities, please contact the Friends organization at 314-576-3078 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leslie Hodges or Leisa Duff
Young Friends of the SLU Liver Center
For Friends of the SLU Liver Center
About the Friends of the Saint Louis University Liver Center The mission of the Friends of the Saint Louis University Liver – and the Young Friends group – is to raise money to support public education; promote understanding and awareness of liver disease; and support research, treatment and cure of liver diseases at the Saint Louis University Liver Center, located at Vista and Grand Blvd. in the city of St. Louis, Missouri.
Since 2003, the Friends of the Saint Louis University organization has raised and donated more than $2.7 million for the SLU Liver Center. These funds helpsupport the critical infrastructure of the Liver Center from faculty salaries to visiting professorships and patient-oriented seminars and research. Byleveraging the donations of the Friends, the Liver Center is able to use the funds as “seed grants” for investigators to gather preliminary research datathat in turn generates larger grants from outside sources. This seed grant process has generated $18 new dollars from outside the region for every $1 raised locally.