JDRF for the 8th annual Bourbon & BowTie Bash
Saturday, October 23, 2021
Newport Car Barn
We are thrilled to return to an in-person format for our annual Bourbon & BowTie Bash event, which will be held Saturday, October 23, 2021 at 6 pm. We’re also excited to move to a more exclusive event format, with a smaller overall crowd and at a more intimate venue, the Newport Car Barn in Newport, Kentucky.
Sponsorships start at $750 for 5 people and tables begin at $1,500 for 10 guests, and no general admission tickets will be sold this year. Please confirm your sponsorship as soon as possible, as the event WILL sell out quickly – particularly due to the smaller capacity.
While some things have changed, the event will have all the same elements you know and love, including 10 bourbon distilleries and tastings, light bites from local restaurants, Heidelberg beer/wine/seltzers, exclusive bourbon raffles, silent auction with bourbon focused items and entertainment.
You won't want to miss out on this year's #hottestpartyincincinnati. Email email@example.com with any questions.
Please note that this event is for those ages 21 and older. In the event that the Bourbon & BowTie Bash cannot occur in-person due to local mandates, sponsorships will be converted to a virtual experience. Guests will be required to complete a COVID waiver.
View Sponsorship Benefits HERE
JDRF is the leading international nonprofit fighting to cure type 1 diabetes (T1D) while also helping those with T1D live healthy lives today. Supported by hundreds of thousands of donors, JDRF raises, invests and drives more funds to T1D research than any organization in the world. As a result, JDRF has played a key role in major T1D advances – drug, device, cell research – that have improved lives and brought us closer to our ultimate goal of a cure. JDRF is mission-driven and serves as an aggressive advocate and educational support for the T1D community. JDRF has staff and volunteers across the United States, has five international affiliates, funds research in more than 20 countries and supports insulin-aid efforts in the U.S. and around the world. Visit jdrf.org to learn more.