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The Murray Family and the Department for Persons with Disabilities
cordially invites you for an elegant evening of cocktails,
dining and dancing at the

47th Annual
Murray House Dinner Dance

Sunday, February 19, 2017
Cocktails begin at 6:00 p.m. - Dinner served at 6:30 p.m.

The Brownstone
351 West Broadway, Paterson, NJ
(973) 595-8582

Award Nominees - 47th Annual Murray House Dinner Dance

Tickets
 PriceQuantity
General Tickets: $80.00 Each
Table of 10: $750.00 (Save $50!)
Children's Tickets: $35.00 (age 3-12)
 
DPD Staff / Diocesean Empoyee / Volunteer Tickets: $40.00
(Non Transferable - Designated Staff / Volunteers Only - Guest Tickets Regular Price)
 
I cannot attend, however I would like to sponsor an individual who lives at DPD: $80.00
 
Notes:

Sponsorship Opportunities
 
Event Sponsor - Includes table of 10, back cover acknowledgement, two full page ads, signage at event, mention in related press releases, business name at each table: $2,500
Diamond Sponsor - Includes two tickets to event, back cover acknowledgement, two full page ads, signage at event, mention in related press releases, business name at each table: $1,000
Gold Sponsor - Includes one ticket to event, back inside cover acknowledgement, full page ad: $500
Full Page - $300
Half Page - $200
Quarter Page - $100
Friend of the DPD (Name Listed) - $50
Other Donation
None
Notes:
 
Please e-mail Chris at Chrisb@dpd.org with ad information and artwork.
Full Page Ad Size: 5.5" x 8.5" - Black and White
Should you have any questions or incur any difficulties with your donation, please contact us at 973-406-1104 or send an email to Chrisb@dpd.org.
 


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