Boise Suitcase Party 2017 Charity Event

Dated: 02/23/2017

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FLY AWAY AT BOISE SUITCASE PARTY 2017 FOR CHARITY
February 23rd, 2017

Fly away with me to the Boise Suitcase Party 2017 on Friday, March 10, to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Boise Suitecase Party 2017

Got wanderlust? Dreaming of getting away? Need a break from work or the family? Then the Boise Suitcase Party 2017 could be your ticket!

This is one night of delicious food, swinging tunes, getting groovy, and an auction full of dreamy items. But that’s not all! One lucky couple will get the chance to board a charter flight to Catalina Island… immediately! That’s right. You’ll want to pack your bags for this trip, just in case!

Even if you don’t win the all-expenses paid weekend getaway to Catalina Island (though we really hope you do), you’ll still have a great time at this Roaring ’20s-themed party. Swing, twirl, and sway your way through the night, while noshing on tasty bites.

The signature drink for the event was chosen at an “Aviator Cocktail Challenge,” where participants tasted and voted on three different drinks. The bartenders at the Whiskey Room created the cocktails, with the help of Tito’s Handmade Vodka. You know this drink will be tantalizing!

Remember that amazing auction that we mentioned? There’s going to be prizes you’ll definitely want to bid on, like jewelry, spa packages, and an adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy.

There’s multiple ticket options available for those interested in attending. The Feet on the Ground ticket is for $75, but does not include an entry into the Catalina giveaway. You can also reserve a table for the event. Click here for ticket information. Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, March 1.

The American Cancer Society is focused on fighting to end cancer. The non-profit’s research has resulted in a 20 percent decline in US cancer death since the early 1990s. You can be a part of saving lives by attending the Boise Suitcase Party 2017!

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