Jungle Feast, Friday, Feb. 1 from 6 to 9 PM–a Gala Fundraiser
Feast to Support a Great Cause!
WHAT IS A JUNGLE FEAST?
Designed by the volunteers at Trout Lake Nature Center and the professionals at FunVenture to serve as the main annual fundraiser for the non-profit nature center in Lake County, Jungle Feast is a high-end gala complete with professional live entertainment, in-person wildlife encounters, a celebrity king/queen of the jungle competition, and delectable and unusual world cuisine from noted Central Florida chefs and restaurants.
IS THE JUNGLE FEAST LIKE OTHER GALAS?
Do other galas find you posing with Tarzan and Jane for professional photos, interacting with unusual wildlife and their handlers, or enjoying a high-end tasting menu of exotic foods from around the world? Trout Lake Nature Center’s Jungle Feast replaces the standard emcee and speeches with live professional singers and dancers and surprise video introductions from celebrities from both Hollywood and the wildlife preservation world.
WHERE IS THE EVENT?
The Florida Elks Youth Camp is our gracious host and is donating the use of their facility, which will be transformed into a lush, tropical jungle. See map for exact location at 24175 SE Hwy. 450, Umatilla.
WHAT IS THE COST A TICKET?
Tickets are $75 per person and can be obtained at www.universe.com/junglefeast2018.
ARE TABLES AND SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE?
YES! Please contact us to discuss sponsorships. We have Table Sponsors (available as an option here for $750, includes 8 seats), Presenting Sponsor, Entertainment Sponsor, Photo Sponsor, Course Sponsors, Dessert Sponsor and Wildlife Sponsors
WHERE CAN YOU GET MORE INFORMATION?
Call either Tim at 352.242.8111 or Byronn at 407.376.2086 Event Organizers or 352-357-7536 or email@example.com connects directly with the Trout Lake Nature Center.
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