TIBS 2015 SPECIAL PREVIEW NIGHT

Gilligans Island

 

Enjoy Exclusive VIP Experience While Supporting Children’s Charities!

Friday, January 9, 2015, 4 to 9 pm

Advance tickets only 

 

Features:

Meet Gilligan Island’s “Mary Ann”!

Special Preview Night attendees can take a step back in TV history as they meet one of the world’s most famous castaways, Dawn Wells, who played Mary Ann Summers on the long running hit sitcom, Gilligan’s Island. 

 

Platinum Ticket: $100

    Exclusive ticket access and preview of the entire show without large weekend crowds, with one-on-one access to exhibitors. Be the first to take advantage of the best deals of the season!

    Live musical entertainment

    Platinum VIP access to delicious, catered cuisine area; plus three drink tickets per person for beer and wine stations located throughout the show

    The option of bidding on more than 100 silent and live auction items, with proceeds benefiting children’s charities

    In addition to the pre-show access listed above, includes a free General Admission ticket to return to the show any other day (January 10 to 18, 2015)

 

Gold Ticket: $50

    Exclusive ticket access and preview of the entire show without large weekend crowds, with one-on-one access to exhibitors. Be the first to take advantage of the best deals of the season!

    Live musical entertainment

    Two drink tickets per person for beer and wine, food available for purchase

    The option of bidding on more than 100 silent and live auction items, with proceeds benefiting children’s charities

    Accompanying children of a Gold Ticket holder: 16 years & under, no charge; over 16 years, $50

 

Children Benefit from Funds Raised at Special Preview Night!

To date, Special Preview Night has raised more than $660,000 for initiatives close to the hearts of the boating community.

2015 Special Preview Night proceeds will go to charity partners: 

Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund

Ontario Sailing: Able Sail, Access BOOM Program

CNIB Lake Joe Summer Camp

 

Visit Canadian Yachting magazine (www.CanadianYachting.ca) at the Toronto International Boat Show at Booth 1720.

 

http://www.torontoboatshow.com/highlights/preview-night/

 

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