Jake Owen will return to his hometown of Vero Beach, FL on December 9, 2017 for the Annual Jake Owen Foundation benefit at the Vero Beach Country Club. The special evening will feature dinner, drinks, silent & live auction and the chance to mingle with Jake, in support of Jake’s mission to help youth organizations in Indian River County. Riverside Café, a Vero favorite of Jake’s, in collaboration with Vero Beach Country Club will lend its support to cater this year’s benefit, An Evening with Jake, VIP Reception sponsored by Dale Sorensen Real Estate.
“I can’t wait to share this special evening with friends and family in my hometown of Vero,” says Jake. “Giving back has always been important to me in everything I do. I'm truly honored that people have shown their support of our foundation for over ten years now. The amount of families we have been able to help in my hometown community means so much to me.”
Tickets for An Evening with Jake, Dale Sorensen Real Estate VIP Reception to benefit the Jake Owen Foundation go on sale Wednesday, November 22nd at 10:00 a.m. EST. To purchase tickets, call 866.333.7623 or visit www.chevents.com. Tickets are limited. Limited sponsorship opportunities are available. Please phone C & H Events at 561.394.9190.
The Jake Owen Foundation was created to offer its support on a national level to children battling cancer and other childhood diseases through St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital while also lending its support to youth organizations and various charities in Owen’s hometown area of Indian River County, Fla. The local organizations benefiting from the foundation’s annual event assist youth with illnesses, shelter, food, education, health and fitness, the arts and the opportunity to better themselves through various programs and organizations.
The 2017 Jake Owen Foundation Benefit will continue the successful history of increasing awareness and raising revenues for the Foundations’ mission to assist youth nationwide through St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and in Indian River County through the Boys & Girls Club of Indian River County and other local charities.
Photo: Dale Sorenson