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Thank you for your sponsorship of A Supreme Evening 2024!
Your support of the Historical Society's year-round efforts is needed now more than ever to help ensure the proper preservation of the long and proud history of Florida’s judicial branch. This annual dinner event is our main fundraising effort of the year,
By sponsoring "A Supreme Evening," you join the Historical Society in taking an active role in enhancing the many activities and projects critical to carrying out our mission of educating the public about the critically important work of our courts in protecting personal rights and freedoms.
The many benefits in being a sponsor of this annual dinner event are listed. In addition, a portion of your sponsorship may be tax-deductible as a charitable contribution; your receipt for the deductible portion will sent after the event.
Sponsors also have the option to donate some or all of their dinner seats to legal aid attorneys, volunteer law students, and members of Court staff.
The Board of Trustees sincerely thanks you for sponsoring "A Supreme Evening 2024" which promises to be another outstanding event. A FSCHS staff member will reach out to the primary contact you designate for this event, to confirm name and details for publication of your sponsorship.
Hotel Accommodations for Out of Town guests will be posted shortly
Accommodations for Out of Town Guests
We have reserved a block of rooms at a discounted rate for out-of-town guests at the new and very popular Hotel Indigo Tallahassee - College Town. It's only a few minutes walk to the reception and dinner location, University Center Club. The group rate for Historical Society guests is $144 per night plus tax for the evenings of January 25 and 26.
Book your room online here: Florida Supreme Court Historical Society Jan2023
For telephone reservations, ask for "Florida Supreme Court Historical Society Jan2023" or Group Code "SCH."
Hotel Indigo Tallahassee CollegeTown
826 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee, Florida | 32304
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