All in for k9 - 2nd Annual Charity Poker Tournament
Sunday, April 27, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Santa Monica, CA
Go “All In for k9” on Sunday, April 27; 4 – 9 pm
k9 connection’s 2nd Annual Charity Poker Tournament
at the William Turner Gallery, Bergamot Station
- Fine wine and beer tasting; gourmet buffet
- Professionally run No Limit Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament
- Casino Lounge with DJ, Blackjack table and Raffle Prizes
- Show your best Poker Face in our photo booth
- Meet some of our k9 graduates, interns, board members and staff.
Celebrity Host: Jessie Billauer
Play your cards right and you may win a prize!
Location: 2525 Michigan Avenue, E1, Santa Monica, CA 90404
4:00 p.m. – Doors open; Casino Lounge opens; guests enjoy fine cuisine, wine and beer-tasting
4:30 p.m. – Poker lessons: Table Sponsors with Celebrity Player; Guests with Poker Professionals
5:00 p.m. – Tournament begins
- $299 Includes Table Sponsor VIP entry for TWO players; private lesson with celebrity player and all amenities
- $89 Includes Dinner, Drinks and Tournament Entry ($1500 worth of tournament chips)
- $20 Rebuys
Prizes for Top 9 Poker Players
- $49 includes Dinner, Drinks and Blackjack; Raffle Ticket Prize Drawing ($200 in fun money)
For more information about company sponsorships and recognition, contact Juliet: email@example.com
All proceeds benefit teens and shelter dogs.
When & Where
k9 connection, a non-profit experience-based project of OPCC, has helped more than 570 teens and placed 400 shelter dogs in permanent homes since its founding in 2005. It is run by a dedicated, small professional staff and trained volunteers who work to help counselor-referred teens learn responsibility, empathy, teamwork and coping skills using the terapeutic modality of training homeless shelter dogs.
k9 connection offers its programs free of charge and relies solely on the generosity of individual, company and foundation donations. The funds from this event will go directly to help k9 connection continue to serve its communities. Your contribution will make a difference for teens and shelter dogs now and in the years to come.
Visit us at: www.k9connection.org