Co-Chairs Of Erlanger’s “Believe Bash” Announced

Monday, September 9, 2019
Erlanger’s Believe Bash co-chairs Dr. Mark Brzezienski, Jayne Brzezienski, Dr. Jason Rehm, and Jamie Rehm.
Erlanger’s Believe Bash co-chairs Dr. Mark Brzezienski, Jayne Brzezienski, Dr. Jason Rehm, and Jamie Rehm.

Erlanger’s fourth annual Believe Bash will be held Saturday, April 25, 2020 at the Chattanooga Convention Center.  The event co-chairs are Dr. Mark Brzezienski, Jayne Brzezienski, Dr. Jason Rehm and Jamie Rehm.
 
“It is our distinct honor to be co-chairing the 2020 Believe Bash black-tie gala benefiting Children’s Hospital at Erlanger on April 25, 2020,” the co-chairs said in a joint statement. “This event is shaping up to be a remarkable evening of fun, emotion and giving – all in the name of helping kids here in Chattanooga and throughout our region.”
 
Activities for the night include a cocktail reception, dinner, live and silent auctions and live entertainment provided by a 12-piece band.  
 
Erlanger’s 2020 signature event is presented by First Tennessee Bank.  Erlanger Health System Foundations also thanks Entertainment Sponsor Delta Dental.
 
All proceeds are designated for Erlanger’s Believe Campaign, a multi-phase capital campaign for Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. 
 
"Each year, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger receives more than 100,000 patient visits between inpatients, newborns, emergency treatment and outpatient services," officials said.  "With help from events like this, Erlanger can continue ensuring that children in our region have access to the highest level of pediatric care."

For information about sponsoring opportunities, e-mail foundationevents@erlanger.org.



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