Introducing the VIA Monster BASH Ball

Introducing the VIA Monster BASH Ball

By Teresa Todd, Point of View Communications

Published in the Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal, June 2018

VIA’s signature BASH event transforms into an evening of elegant ghoulishness and costumed couture. In classic VIA style, Santa Clarita’s leading business-to-business organization presents its annual gala on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Valencia with a new theme: The VIA Monster BASH Ball. Simply stated, BASH has become Santa Clarita’s who’s-who premier business event and this year will be no exception. Theme-inspired décor, chef-inspired dining, and live entertainment and dancing make this signature event a must-attend. Add a touch of Halloween attire and mystique, and the night will be talked about around the office for months to follow. Yes, costumes are encouraged or black tie optional.

Nola Aronson’s Advanced Audiology is the Monster BASH Event Title Sponsor; SOS Entertainment is a Wizard Sponsor, City of Santa Clarita, College of the Canyons, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital, Re/Max of Santa Clarita, SCV Relocation, Southern California Edison, Thrivent Financial and Wintrust Mortgage are Goblin sponsors. Media sponsors include:  The Signal, Inside SCV Magazine and Point of View communications.  Additional sponsorships are available: Wizard (at the $2,750 level) and Goblin Sponsor (at the $1,750 level).  There are also an unlimited number of $20 Black Rose sponsorship opportunities available, which sends one high school student to VIA’s workplace-readiness Connecting to Success program. Tribute book advertising is also offered.

The VIA BASH benefits the VIA Education Foundation with special emphasis on Connecting to Success, which delivers a high impact workforce preparation program for students. Each year, junior class students from all schools within the William S. Hart Union High School District benefit from time spent with working professionals as they prepare to interview for their first job or ready themselves for college applications the following year. They are also able to grasp real-world issues that may challenge their ethics, and receive guidance on how to handle money.

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