Golden Ticket Dinner

With Rick Burgess

5:00  VIP Reception (Meet & Greet with Rick)

6:30  Dinner 

7:00  Rick Burgess 

7:45  His Way Update & Conclusion


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Table For 8 - $500

Golden Ticket Table (w/8 VIP Reception Passes) - $750 

Invidual Seats - $70

VIP Reception - $50

Sponsorship Packages Available

"Golden Ticket"  - A ticket allowing a fan of the show to sit in in the studio and watch the guys "do their thing". 

(from the Rick & Bubba glossary) 

Contact

Brenda Newman
His Way Recovery Center 
256-859-7377 
brenda@hiswayinc.org

 

 

 

Presents His Way's 2020 Fundraising Dinner with Rick Burgess

 

An evening with one of the country's most popular radio hosts Rick Burgess!

 Golden Ticket Dinner

Thursday, August 27 - 2020

 6:30 pm

Von Braun Center - North Hall

VIP Reception and "Meet & Greet" with Rick Starts at 5:00! 

    As cohost of the nationaly synidicated Rick & Bubba Show, Rick Burgess can be seen and heard every morning all across America, reaching over 1 million people a week. Based in Birmingham, the show has steadily grown in popularity since it began in 1994 through a unique blend of humor, news and human interest, all framed and supported by an uncompromising Biblical worldview.

Rick has also appeared numerous times on television (including Fox & Friends) and has co-authored several New York Times bestsellers. Married to his wife (Sherri) for almost 25 years, Rick is a dedicated family man. He's an outdoor enthusiast that enjoys hunting and fishing. While he speaks all over the country on a number of topics, Rick has a passion for men's ministry and challenging men to become the spiritual leaders they are called to be.

This is a special opportunity to hear Rick in a smaller setting, ask him questions about his life or the Rick & Bubba Show, and even meet him personally in the VIP suite before dinner.

"If you take the men of the church from spiritual infancy to spiritual maturity, you will solve a lot of the problems in the church and in our world today." 

                                                                      - Rick Burgess