Long Beach, Calif. - Jewels of the Night, Long Beach State's largest single fundraising activity for student-athlete scholarships, is less than a month away! Held this year on May 6, the annual event features local restaurants, live music and exciting auction items, with all proceeds benefiting the student-athletes of Long Beach State.
Registration is open now for Jewels of the Night! With doors opening at 5 p.m. on May 6, the annual event will once again feature outstanding food and drinks from over 20 restaurants, live music and presentations from our student-athletes who benefit directly from this tremendous event.
Joining us on Saturday is Andy Fee, the brand-new Athletics Director for Long Beach State Athletics. View his message for the event!
In addition to the food tasting, hundreds of silent auction items will be available before the fun of the live auction begins, which always features fantastic packages. This year, among the items available in the live auction will be an opportunity for two tickets an Anaheim Ducks game as well as dinner with player Hampus Lindholm, and the chance to bid for two tickets to the 2018 Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, which will be part of the 2018 College Football Playoff.
Doors will open at 5 p.m., with the party extending into the night. Last year, the event brought in well over $100,000 in money that goes directly towards scholarships for 350 Long Beach State student-athletes.
Those wishing to attend can still purchase tickets through Kellyn Brawley at (562) 985-7976 or via email at Kellyn.Brawley@csulb.edu.
Blair Field Project
The arms race refers to the escalating investments being made in college athletic facilities throughout the country. Some universities invest millions in an effort to secure bragging rights. While we are donor centric and will respond appropriately to interest and capacity for any of our facilities, we have three major facility campaigns at present.
UL - Blair Field Renovation Project
Athletic Performance Complex
Track & Field Complex
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