Upcoming Event: 2013 Flip Flop Festivus To Be Held On September 20
Join the Life and Breath Foundation as they present the 5th Annual Flip Flop Festivus fundraiser! The event will take place on Friday, September 20th at the beautiful Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore located on 550 Light St.
A repeatedly sold out event with over 300 guests, Flip Flop Festivus offers an elegant night on the town in a resort casual atmosphere. Regarded as “Baltimore’s Best Football Party and More,” the evening kicks off at 6:30 p.m. with an exclusive VIP reception that features past and present players from the Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles and local media personalities.
Invited guests – and past attendees – include Matt Stover, Qadry Ismail, Brad Jackson, Michael McCrary, Ed Mulitalo, Mike Flynn, Jonathan Ogden, Paul Blair, Chris Hoiles, Mike Bordick and Johnny Holliday. This intimate gathering presents a unique opportunity to mingle and pose for photos with these gridiron and baseball greats, while enjoying sumptuous cuisine and cocktails from Neil Langermann, executive chef and partner in Langermann’s, the VIP event sponsor.
Individual tickets are $100 per person for the main event and $175 for the VIP reception. Corporate sponsorships are also available. For tickets, sponsorship or volunteer information, visit www.lifeandbreath.org or call 1-866-4SUPPRT or 410-750-8808.
Proceeds from Flip Flop Festivus will directly benefit the groundbreaking research efforts of Johns Hopkins University Professor Dr. David Moller, whose team is on the cusp of creating a lead diagnostic test for Sarcoidosis, which would save millions in healthcare expenses.
About the Life and Breath Foundation: Established in 1998, The Life and Breath Foundation is a 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to raising funds to improve patient care, improve communication between patients and physicians and fund research to find a cure for Sarcoidosis, which affects 1 in every 2,000 Americans. Since its inception, the Foundation has raised over $300,000 for Sarcoidosis research studies. Because of reduced NIH funding, Sarcoidosis research efforts require significant philanthropic support to move forward.