Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Have Plans Tonight?

If you are looking for something FUN to do tonight head over to Circuit at 3641 N. Halsted, where our next Flirting for Disaster will be held, Try Your Luck. Flirting for Disaster is a social mixer series hosted by the Auxiliary Board of the American Red Cross of Greater Chicago. These mixers are a great way to network and meet other Red Cross enthusiasts.

Discounted tickets are available until Noon today – click here to buy your $20 advance ticket. Tickets are $25 at the door.

This exclusive Red Cross reception includes a complimentary champagne tasting courtesy of Barefoot Wines, in addition to three complimentary cocktail tickets for each guest. In addition to the drink specials, Try Your Luck features Passed Gratis Hors D’oeuvres, a giveaway for the first 100 ticket purchasers, a live performance from Miss. Foozie and enticing raffle prizes.

Raffle Prizes include:
  • A Day at the Races: A package for four to Hawthorne Race Track - including free parking, admission passes, official programs, lunch or dinner in the Gold Cup Dinning Room, a race named in your honor, and a group Winner’s Circle picture.
  • Climb to the Top with YPC: A one year membership to Young Professionals of Chicago and four adult tickets to check out Skydeck Chicago.
  • Date Night: A $100 Gift certificate to MADO and one bottle of Barefoot Bubbly - Premium Extra Dry Chardonnay Champagne.
  • It’s Time to Laugh: One FREE improve class at ComedySportz, and four tickets to see a ComedySportz performance.
  • Mission Accomplished: Two tickets to Mission Red Experience Auction - Flirting for Disaster’s Grand Finale Bash, and 2 bottles of “Vin De City Red” from Lynfred Winery.
    Turning Blue: Two tickets to see Blue Man Group.
  • Wine Lovers: Private in store wine tasting, a two hour group wine tasting good for 12 people.

    We hope to see you TONIGHT, from 7 to 10 p.m. at Circuit. For more information, visit or call (312) 729-6138. Proceeds support the lifesaving mission of the American Red Cross in our community, throughout the country and around the world.

posted by Rachael Garcia, Resource Development

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