Sun, Mar 17 2024

Mojito In The Sun,

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

  • About the event

    Mojito In The Sun Brunch is the epitome of elegance and rhythm, blending reggae, 
    dancehall, soca, and afro beats into a vibrant celebration. Our previous gatherings on 
    Aug 28, 2022, March 19, 2023, and Aug 13, 2023, set the stage for unforgettable 
    Picture this – the first three hours of the event is a toast to indulgence with 
    complimentary mojitos. Our numbers speak volumes, with over 1200 attendees at the 
    inaugural event, 1500 at the second, and a staggering 2000 at the last, held in the 
    exclusive Fort Lauderdale private airport hangar.
    The setting is as breathtaking as the beats, adorned with Caribbean dishes and 
    signature drinks. Mojito In The Sun Brunch is not just an event; it's a premium upscale 
    affair, where chic attire meets a sophisticated ambiance. Join us for a rendezvous of 
    style, music, and the finest Caribbean flavors. creating moments that linger long after the last sip.

    Why should you sponsor?

    Sponsoring the Mojito In The Sun event offers a unique opportunity for your brand to gain prominent visibility and exposure. With a vibrant atmosphere and a target audience passionate about leisure and socializing, your brand will be showcased in a positive light. Aligning your company with this event provides a direct avenue to engage with potential customers, build brand loyalty, and create lasting impressions in a relaxed and enjoyable setting. Additionally, our event attracts a diverse demographic, ensuring your brand reaches a wide audience. Partnering with Mojito In The Sun will not only enhance brand awareness but also contribute to a memorable experience for attendees, fostering a positive association with your products or services.

    Althea Appleby

    My Bio
    My name is SGT Howard Appleby, served 7 years in the U.S. Army as a Combat Engineer, conducting Route Reconnaissance Clearance and Security Operation. My primary duty and responsibilities were to support any maneuver task force by clearing Improvise Explosives Device. With all that, I had two deployments to Iraq in 2003 and 2007, and during those times, I had to supervise and examined blast areas to determine the amounts of explosive charges needed to complete the task. I also had to conduct recon missions by using a different communication monitoring system to investigate suspicious persons and situations of any illegal activities.
    During my deployments, I

    got hurt twice while conducting a routine patrol. An Improvised Explosive Device (IED) first hit my squad vehicle on August 13, 2004, where I suffered from headache and back injured. I was also hurt during my second deployment 2007 while investigating a possible IED. My vehicle (Husky) was blown up; however, I was strong enough to stay alive. I did not lose any limb, but I thank God every day of my life that I was able to stay focused after hitting my head and loosing conscious for a couple of minutes. I try not to remember those days, but it was a part of my job to prevent and control crime against innocent citizens and to protect our nation from terrorism.
    As of today, I can decently say; I did my duty and served with honor with my

    brothers and sisters in arms. During my recovery process, the Army assigned me to the Wounded Transition Unit (WTU) in Fort Hood, TX, where I got enough medical treatment for PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Cognitive Disorder, and Headache Syndrome.
    God is good, and Iʼm happy to be alive today. Thank you, everyone.

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  • 1-50 attendees expected

    50% Male Attendees

    50% Female Attendees

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3 available packages from US$0 to US$3000

March 17th

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Gold Package

Artist Sponsor ($2,000) Logo inclusion with programs and select materials. Acknowledgment during the event.

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2. Entertainment Sponsor ($3,000) Logo placement on select promotional materials. Recognition during the event's main stage program. Include VIP access to designated areas.

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