MEN’S EVENT TICKETS
The Men’s Event will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2018, at the Boston Marriott Copley Place from 6 PM to 1 AM.
All Men’s Event tables seat 12 people. Tickets to this year’s Men’s Event are $275 each and Tables cost $3,300.
Purchase your tickets before December 31, 2017 and pay a reduced price of $250 per ticket and $3,000 per table.
If you wish to purchase tickets to attend The Men’s Event and do not have a Table Captain, you can select a mix and mingle table or seat me anywhere. Call Fenway’s Development Department at 617.927.6350 or email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
While the system is processing your credit card transaction, you will have the opportunity to provide us with the names of any guests you are purchasing tickets for. Please also indicate if anyone in your party has dietary restrictions, food allergies, or mobility issues we should be aware of.
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BECOME A TABLE CAPTAIN
Table Captains are the life of the party! Guarantee a table in the elegant Boston Marriott Copley Place ballroom for you and 11 of your friends by booking today. Tables are $3,300, and individual tickets are $275.
To sign up to be a Table Captain today, complete the Table Captain Registration Form. Please allow 24-48 hours for your name to appear on the Table Captain pull-down list on The Men’s Event ticket purchase page. If you have any questions or wish to have your guests purchase tickets by phone, please call 617.927.6350.
TABLE CAPTAIN REGISTRATION
Purchase your tickets by December 31, 2017 and pay a reduced rate of $250 per ticket and $3,000 per table.
Take advantage of our installment plan and purchase your table or tickets with four equal payments. Just select the installment plan option on the ticket purchase form.
Would you like to increase your philanthropic visibility and make your evening at the Men’s Event even more fabulous? Ask us about hosting a Premium Table; where you have the opportunity to pay tribute to someone who has made a difference in your life with a naming opportunity and enjoy benefits that will enhance your evening. Contact Niamh Foley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TABLE CAPTAIN BENEFITS:
Table Captains get to choose their table location! Sign up early and pledge to fill your table, or pay for the table in full, to ensure that you and your guests have a great table location. Table Captains will select their table location in the order in which their tables are paid.
Signing up as a Table Captain will ensure that friends all sit together. Have your name or a Table name listed on the “Purchase Tickets” page, so that your guests can go online, select your name, and easily purchase their tickets to your table.
Meet others like you leading up to the big night. Table Captains receive invitations to special Men’s Event Table Captain events.
*Please note, unsold tickets at your table should be released back to Fenway Health by February 23 or paid for by the Table Captain.
Please pay for your table in full no later than February 23, 2018.
The Table Selection Party will be held on March 1, 2018 at Fenway Health’s 1340 Boylston Street location.
Men’s Event 2018 Co-chairs
John Basile is currently the Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Fidelity Investments. A 30-year veteran of Fidelity, John moved into this role in 2010, and is responsible for partnering with stakeholders and business leaders across the firm in driving efforts to promote a diverse and inclusive work environment for all associates.
In early 2014, John was recognized by the NGLCC as “Corporate Leader of the Year” for his efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in the financial services sector. In 2015, Boston Spirit Magazine named John to their list of “Top 25 LGBT Power Players” in New England.
John is a graduate of Boston College, Carroll School of Management
Andy works for the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard on the recruiting team. He graduated from Northeastern University with a BA in Accounting and Finance and an MA in Accounting.
Andy has a strong passion for Diversity and Inclusion, and is involved in the local Boston community. He has participated in the Harbor to the Bay bike ride and the AIDS Walk and Run Boston. Andy serves on the Board of Pride in Our Workplace, is a member of Fenway’s Board of Visitors and on Fenway’s Young Leaders Council Steering Committee.
Gregg Snyder is the Director of Special Projects and Strategic Initiatives for Boston University’s (BU) Office of Real Estate and Facility Services. In this role, he is responsible for campus planning, project management, and facilities strategic planning initiatives. Since joining BU in 2008, Gregg has held several budget management positions before becoming Director of Special Projects in 2015.
Prior to joining BU, Gregg was the Assistant to the Executive Director of the Boston Private Industry Council, a quasi-public agency working with the City of Boston on workforce development and education reform initiatives. He is a 2001 graduate of Hobart College and received his Master of Public Administration from Northeastern University in 2008.
A longtime supporter of Fenway, Gregg is a member of the Board of Visitors and the Leadership Circle, and has attended the Men’s Event since 2004. A Fenway patient since 2010, Gregg also supports Fenway by riding in Harbor to the Bay.
Born and raised in Western New York, Gregg currently resides in Brookline, Massachusetts with his partner, Kevin O’Laughlin.
As of 10/02/17