Young Professionals Of Chattanooga Hosts Southern Soiree Nov. 3

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

The Young Professionals of Chattanooga will host their 2017 Southern Soiree on Friday, Nov. 3, from 7-11 p.m. at Miller Plaza’s Waterhouse Pavilion. 

This signature event, open to all young professionals in the greater Chattanooga area, raises funds for YPC’s networking and educational offerings throughout the year.

The evening will include live music from local band Function with a C, catering from the Bitter Alibi, and beverages from Chattanooga Brewing Company and Panoram Imports. Pictures will be by Christina Marie Photography.  

In addition to mixing and mingling with other young professionals, Southern Soiree attendees will have an opportunity to see the new look for the YPC organization, formerly known as YPAC, and take home some exclusive giveaways.  

Tickets for the event are $35 per person for YPC members and $45 per person for non-members, and can be purchased in advance at ypchattanooga.org.  

Southern Soiree tickets will also be available for purchase for a special price of $25 at YPC’s October events including:

Oct. 12 After Hours networking at Chattanooga Whiskey’s Experimental Tasting Room on Market Street
Oct. 24 Morning Meetup at Speed Deluxe on Cherokee Boulevard
Oct. 28 Luncheon at Waterhouse Pavilion 

The night of the event, tickets will be available at the door for $50 per person.  

Volunteer opportunities are also available for young professionals who would like to assist with Southern Soiree. For more information, email info@ypchattanooga.org.




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