Official Hall of Flame 2015 Calendar Launch with Vancouver Firefighters
The annual Hall of Flame calendar has raised over $1 million since its inception and has been a major source of revenue for the society's charitable work. For the first time ever there will be a female firefighter to pose in the calendar, along with 11 other male firefighters across Greater Vancouver. Attendees can expect a night of fun - Exclusive Hall of Flame Fashion Show, Firefighter Challenges, Photobooths, live music and more!
Hosted by Holly Conway from The Beat 94.5 Morning Show, the tickets to the launch are now on sale. $30 general admission includes a copy of 2015 calendar, sample of Skinny Grape Wine, Red Truck Beer, raffle draw entry for prizes. Or reserve a VIP table for four for $200 ($240 Stage Side) which includes four tickets, four copies of the calendar, additional table server carting and additional entry into raffle draws for each ticket holder.
Tickets are available online at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/hall‐of-flame‐the‐launch‐tickets‐12523085887
Event Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014
Event Hours: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Event Location: The Imperial Vancouver (319 Main Street, Vancouver)
The calendars are $15.00 plus tax and are available to purchase online at www.vancouverfirefighters.ca or at any London Drugs and Save on Foods stores throughout the Lower Mainland after September 13. All net proceeds from the calendar go to benefit the BCPFFA Burn Fund, the CKNW Orphans Fun and the Vancouver Firefighters' Charitable Society.
About Vancouver Firefighters' Charitable Society: The Vancouver Firefighters' Charitable Society (VFCS) is an organization operated entirely by the Firefighters employees of Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services (VFRS). As an all-charities charity, the VFCS is proud to partner with many other charitable organizations throughout the Lower Mainland to provide presence, volunteers and support at their own events. In addition, VFCS-owned programs provide financial support to a number of organizations, meaning that single donations go a long way in the community.