Vegas in Vinings 2016

Filed in Events by on March 29, 2016

Vegas in Vinings 2016

Vegas in Vinings 2016 will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 7:30pm at The Hotel Indigo in Vinings to benefit Vinings Historic Preservation Society. All net proceeds will go towards maintaining and preserving The Historic Pace House, Old Pavilion and Yarbrough House, all located in the center of Vinings Village. Expenses to maintain these buildings are approximately $150,000 annually and are paid with profits from fund raising events and private donations.

Due to the size of the event,  Vegas in Vinings 2016 is limited to 150 tickets being sold. What this means is BUY YOUR TICKETS EARLY. This year you have 2 options on Tickets:

    • High Roller Vegas In Vinings ticket package is $600 and includes:
      • Name recognition on website
      • Two tickets to the event
      • $8000 Casino Cash (for 2 people)
      • Heavy Hors D’oeurves
      • Eight Drink Tickets
      • Hotel Room at Hotel Indigo
      • Breakfast on April 17th at Hotel Indigo
    • Individual Vegas In Vinings ticket is $125 and includes:
      • $2000 Casino Cash
      • Heavy Hors D’oeurves
      • Two Drink Tickets

Click here for more information and to buy your tickets to Vegas in Vinings 2016. Sponsorships are also available.

The Vinings Historic Preservation Society was established in 1993 by the Ruth Carter Vanneman Foundation, Inc., a non-profit, charitable corporation, for the purpose of preserving the historic spirit and structures of Vinings. Historic buildings like the Pace House, the Old Pavilion and Vinings Center serve as a focal point for Vinings’ colorful history and tell vivid stories of the city’s past. Their primary mission is to preserve, protect and maintain the historic places and spirit of our jewel of a town.

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