Erlanger’s “Believe Bash” Roars Into Town

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Erlanger’s second annual Believe Bash will be held Saturday, April 14 at the Chattanooga Airport Wilson Air Hangar.  Proceeds from this year’s roaring 20’s themed gala event will benefit the new Children’s Hospital at Erlanger.
 
“We are transforming the Wilson Air hangar into a 1920’s style speakeasy, featuring flappers, vintage cars and airplanes to transport our guests back to the height of the roaring 20’s,” said Lynda Minks Hood, who is co-chairing Erlanger’s black tie gala with Tracie LaSar.
 
 
Last year’s inaugural Believe Bash sold out months in advance so organizers are encouraging those who plan to attend to make reservations as soon as possible.   
 
Activities for the night include cocktail and dinner hours, a live auction and live entertainment provided by party band, Celebrity All Stars, featuring former band members with Earth Wind & Fire, Bette Midler, Janet Jackson and Kenny Loggins.  
 
Erlanger’s 2018 signature event is presented by First Tennessee Bank. Other major sponsors include Vascular Institute of Chattanooga as Cocktail Reception Sponsor and Delta Dental as Entertainment Sponsor. Gold Sponsors for this year’s Believe Bash are DeRoyal Industries, Chattanooga Times Free Press, Atos and EPB Fiber Optics.  
 
Tickets are $300 per person. All proceeds are designated for Erlanger’s Believe Campaign, a multi-phase capital campaign to build the new Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. 
 
Sponsorship opportunities for the Believe Bash are still available.  For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.believebash.build or call 423-778-4803. 



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