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November 2012
Dysautonomia Foundation, Inc.
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The Dysautonomia Foundation invites you to be part of an intimate evening of live music, cocktails and dinner with the world renowned Counting Crows, while supporting people struggling with life-threatening familial dysautonomia.

The Counting Crows, best-known for their chart topping songs like Mr. Jones and Round Here, continue to thrill audiences 20 years after coming together in California. The rock-group now puts on some of the most celebrated live shows today with a reputation of adding unexpected flourishes at every turn.

Join us Tuesday, November 27th at The Edison Ballroom in the heart of New York City’s theater district for the exclusive event that is not to be missed, chaired by Laurie and Jeffrey Goldberger.

Cocktails & Buffet Dinner 6:30 pm
Program & Concert 8:30 pm

   

$25,000 VIP PLATINUM SPONSOR
Includes admission for 10, VIP seating for concert, Premier listing on the program and Video Hall of Fame, Access to meet and greet with Counting Crows
$10,000 VIP GOLD SPONSOR
Includes admission for 6, Preferred seating for concert, Premier listing on the program and Video Hall of Fame, Access to meet and greet with Counting Crows
$5,000 VIP SILVER SPONSOR
Includes admission for 4, Reserved seating for concert, Listing on the program and Video Hall of Fame
$1,000 PERFORMER TICKET
Includes admission to the dinner and concert
$500 SIGNATURE TICKET
Includes admission after 8 pm to the concert and dessert buffet
$150 PATRON TICKET

Includes admission after 8 pm to the concert and dessert buffet (Available for guests ages 21–35) *ID required for entry
$100 YOUNG PATRON TICKET
Includes admission to the dinner and concert (Available to guests under 21)

   
Sponsors Event Committee
PLATINUM SPONSORS

Wendy & Stephen B. Siegel and CBRE

Nick DeMartini & Neil Clark, Fidelity National Title

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

Laurie & Jeffrey Goldberger

Robert J. Ivanhoe, Greenberg Traurig, LLP

GreenOak Real Estate

Craig H. Solomon & Jeffrey B. Citrin, Square Mile
 Capital Management


GOLD SPONSORS

Eastern Consolidated

GCP Capital Group, LLC

Keith Gelb & Tom Gilbane

Jones Lang LaSalle

Robert K. Futterman & Associates

Silverpeak Real Estate Partners

WeiserMazars LLP


SILVER SPONSORS

Capital One, N.A.

Eastdil Secured, LLC

Marty Edelman & Peter Olsen, Paul Hastings







BENEFIT CHAIRED BY
Laurie & Jeffrey Goldberger

BENEFIT CO-CHAIRS

Alyssa Greenberg
Laurie Klinow
Allison Scharf
Vicki Warner

BENEFIT COMMITTEE
Dr. Felicia B. Axelrod & Dr. Robert Porges
Freddi & Eddie Baranoff
Laurie & Jon Bass
Jill Braufman & Dan Nir
Alyson & David Brenner
Siobhan Carty & Phil Marber
Sandra & Andrew Cohen
Ann & Geoffrey Coley
Dr. Susan Drossman & Adam Sokoloff
Caryn & Craig Effron
Susan & David Edelstein
Hilary Edson & Lyon F. Polk
Lisa & Chris Engel
Pam & Danny Fried
Melissa & Casey Gard
Stacey & Robert Gendelman
Carole & Bobby Goldberger
Susan & Michael Goldman
Cliff Greenberg
Jill & Jimmy Haber
Michael Isaacman
Mona & Douglas Kanter
Joseph Klinow
Christina & Barry Kringstein
Randye & Brian Kwait
Nancy & Ken Lane
Stacey & Curtis Lane
Lowey Family
Susan Newman
Dr. Lucy Norcliffe-Kaufmann & Dr. Horacio
 Kaufmann
Vicki Panzier Gross
Alexandra & John Porges
Jill & Mark Rachesky
Carolyn & Marc Rowan
David Scharf Carolyn & Curtis Schenker
Wendy & Steve Siegel
Jennifer & George Stone
Michele & David Tarica
Dr. Debra Wattenberg & Brett Rosen




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COUNTING CROWS
FD Benefit Concert
at Edison Ballroom, NY, NY
November 27th 2012
Cocktails, Dinner and Concert

 
This event is organized by the Dysautonomia Foundation, Inc.,
a public charity and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
funding treatment and research for familial dysautonomia (FD).