The 26th annual Best of Louisville Bash is nearing. Past and present Readers’ Choice and Critics’ Choice winners will showcase our city’s best restaurants, stores and personalities. This year, Louisville.com gladly accepted its first-ever first place award for Readers' Choice Best Local Website.
The bash will be held on Thursday, July 21 at Churchill Downs, Millionaires Row 4 from 6-10 p.m. Tickets are available for $50 each. Corporate Tables Sponsorships are also still available for $750. Each Corporate Table will receive 8 tickets, 16 Drink Tickets, 5 Valet Passes, table signage and party favors for each attendee.
Attendees have the opportunity to sample menu favorites from some of Louisville’s top restaurants, while enjoying live entertainment, a silent auction balcony views of the racetrack and twin spires and much more. Live music will be provided by local bands The Louisville Crashers and Whiplash.
All proceeds for this event benefit the Kentucky Southeast Indiana Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. This particular chapter is committed to serving individuals and their families by providing much needed programs and services, which support the challenges of people affected by MS. The Chapter serves 108 counties in Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. More than 4,700 people have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis across the chapter’s territory. Locally in the Jefferson County area, approximately 1,300 individuals have been identified.
Come celebrate this prestigious event with the city’s finest and support our community's fight against MS.
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