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10th Annual Chocolate & Vino

Perfect pairings make this fundraiser one of our favorites




The San Diego Young Professionals Committee (YPC) and the University Club Charity Classic will host the 10th Annual Chocolate & Vino on Friday, September 5th at the University Club. Deemed an "Around the World Tasting," guests get to sip and sample their way through different cuisines and wines of the world. Take in the city views from the 34th floor where the sunset alone is worth the ticket price. Proceeds from the event go to three different local organizations: Big Brothers Big Sisters, ALS Therapy Development Institute and Employee Partners Care Foundation. 

 

 

 

Event Details:
Friday, September 5, 2014 
The University Club atop Symphony Towers 
750 B Street Suite 3400, San Diego CA 92101
6:00-9:00PM
Tickets: $60 per person 

Purchase tickets HERE

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