A Night To Remember Announces Holiday Ticket Promotion

Thursday, December 05, 2013

A Night to Remember announced a holiday ticket promotion for the 2014 gala featuring R&B artist Charlie Wilson.  Anyone purchasing a full table for NTR 2014 before Dec. 31 will be entered into an Early Bird Door Prize Drawing. One person and the nine guests at their table will be upgraded to a corporate table and be able to attend a meet and greet with the artists. The drawing will be held Jan. 3.  Tickets must be purchased as a whole table - 10 seats by Dec. 31.

Anyone purchasing two tickets for NTR 2014 before Dec. 31 will be entered into an Early Bird Door Prize Drawing. One person will receive a one-night stay at the Staybridge Suites Downtown on April 12.  The drawing will be held Jan. 3. Tickets must be purchased at the same time.

The show begins at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 12, at the Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center. Tickets are on sale now at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center, Mary’s Lounge, Mocha Restaurant and Music Lounge, by phone at 266-8658 and online at www.anighttoremember.org.  Corporate sponsorships are available by calling 463-0687.

Charlie Wilson was honored with the 2013 Black Entertainment Television Lifetime Achievement Award.  Once again a sell-out is expected.   

A Night to Remember's mission is to raise funds to help support urban youth organizations in Chattanooga.  In 26 years, A Night to Remember has raised over $4 million.  Some of the past grant recipients include; Ballet Tennessee, Boys Leadership Summit, Bessie Smith Cultural Center, 100 Black Men of Chattanooga, Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy, NAACP-ACTSO, Boys Scouts of America, and the Kappa Foundation of Chattanooga.  

“Many organizations for Chattanooga’s inner city youth are working hard to obtain funding to help keep their programs viable," said Irvin Overton, chairman of the Board of Directors.  "A Night to Remember, through the generosity of our corporate partners, and all of the individuals who buy tickets help ease that burden.  And, ask anyone who has been to A Night to Remember – we have probably the most dynamic and fun evening offered in Chattanooga.


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