On May 3, the Vancouver Club will be transformed for an incredible evening benefitting Zajac Ranch. Zajac Nights is an unique celebration that will bring together hundreds of Vancouver’s emerging business executives and philanthropists from a broad range of industries. Here are my Top 5 reasons to attend Zajac Nights.
I always love the opportunity to attend an event that benefits a great cause, and Zajac Nights is all about this. The Zajac Ranch provides camps for children and young adults with chronic, life-threatening and/or debilitating conditions. These experiences give participants the opportunity to explore the outdoors while developing greater social and environmental awareness, increased self-confidence and positive growth in attitudes towards physical activity.
Check out the video from last year’s event. If this doesn’t convince you to come, then I don’t know what will. A beautiful club, hundreds of young professionals, amazing sponsors, themed rooms, drinks flowing and ample networking opportunities. Get your ticket before they’re gone – because they will go, and fast!
So maybe this isn’t as exciting for the men – but for the women, I think most of us like an excuse to get up on a dance floor with good friends and great beats. It’s rare you can attend a networking event that has this kind of fun feel to it.
Last year, the event had numerous musical performers, including Hey Ocean! and a killer DJ. We’re looking forward to finding out who will be playing this year! Announcement coming soon.
Each room of the Vancouver Club will be transformed into an unique holiday throughout the year. From New Year’s Eve to St. Patrick’s Day – you can celebrate them all. We’re personally looking forward to checking out the New Year’s Eve room and Mardi Gras room.
We suggest you pick up your tickets soon. Remember, this is for a great cause. There are both general and VIP Platinum Admission tickets on sale.
To find out more information on the event and ticket details, visit www.zajacnights.com.
Photo credit: ZajacNights.com, JChan Photography