Breakfast With Santa 2014

Picture of SantaCome have Breakfast with Santa at the Marriott Evergreen Conference Resort in Stone Mountain Park on December 13th. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. The proceeds will benefit the children and senior medical equipment programs at Friends of Disabled Adults and Children Too! Inc. The ballroom festivities will include a gourmet breakfast buffet, free park admission, an all attractions pass for Stone Mountain Park for each person ($25 value), a magician, a toy for each child, and an opportunity to meet and take pictures with Santa. Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for children 5-11 (children under 5 are free with adult admission!). Call 770-491-9014 for ticket information until 5 pm Dec. 12th.

Buy your tickets online:
Adult ticket $30:





Child ticket $20:





Toddler ticket one cent (Paypal cannot process any free purchases, so toddler tickets purchased online are a penny.)





Be a sponsor

 

Sponsorship Levels for this year’s event are:

Santa $5,000: Name listed as Sponsor in all Event Advertising; Logo, Profile, and Hyperlink placed on the FODAC website, and in over 7,000 FODAC e-newsletters; Logo on event banners at Stone Mountain Park; Company “roundtable” for 10 at the Breakfast, with Company signage.

Reindeer $2,500: Logo, Profile and Hyperlink placed on the FODAC web site, and in over 7,000 FODAC e-newsletters; Logo on event banners at Stone Mountain Park; Company “roundtable” for 5 at the Breakfast, with Company signage.

Elves $1,000: Logo placed on the FODAC website, and in over 7,000 FODAC e-newsletters; Company table for 2 at the Breakfast.

Snow Flake $500: Logo placed on the FODAC website, and in over 7,000 FODAC e-newsletters.

Thank you to our 2013 sponsors:

Santa sponsor:
Stone Mountain Park logo

Reindeer sponsor:


Elves sponsor:

Snowflake sponsor:
Marathon Financial Strategies

Other sponsors

Beta Design Group

Longhorn steakhouse #5008, Tucker

In-Kind Sign – A – Rama
WSB

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