Couture in the Courtyard
This Monday, South Florida Museum was overflowing with some of the most stylish and fabulous women on the Suncoast for the Museum’s annual premier event, “Couture in the Courtyard“. This is a great fundraising opportunity for the Museum, but “Couture” gives you plenty of reasons to attend besides giving your support to this local gem including: a champagne luncheon prepared by Michaels on East; an exciting couture fashion show by Gold Sponsor Saks Fifth Avenue; and an opportunity to win luxurous raffle prizes, like a week-long stay on Anna Maria Island, a photo shoot, fine dining and a personalized shopping trip.
Our Boost table guests, all superstar women in technology, included Joy Randels, respected, successful multi-entrepreneur and start-up and technology expert, Bobbie Ayers, President and Founder of VisApp, an award-winning online visualizer company, Jennifer Jensen, Business Development Coordinator of the renowned Industrial Design firm, Robrady, and Michelle Mangen, Virtual Assistant and owner of one of the largest Twitter followings – over 50 thousand – in the region. Joining our impressive guests was our awesome Boost crew, Steve Boris, Creative Director, Fritz Chaleff, Strategic Communications, and yours truly, Christine Koch, Design Director.
Boost designed all the print promotion for CIC, including invitations, posters, banners, programs, signage, and advertising. Sally Schule, General Manager of Saks Fifth Avenue, let us know that she has received great feedback about our work for “Couture”, and we are pleased to know our efforts to help SFM be more visible and recognizable to the Sarasota/Bradenton area, as well as to increase visitor traffic and donations are being recognized by the community. Boost thanks all the sponsors and volunteers, especially John Hancock Bank, BMO Harris Bank, Bradenton Herald, Brighthouse Networks, FifthThird Bank, The Eye Depot, Mosaic, Northern Trust, and Webtivity, who work year round to support South Florida Museum and all its amazing events.