HONORING MOMENTUM FOR EXCELLENCE IN OUR CITY
The Ninth Annual Joe and Honey Rodgers Christian Civic Leadership Celebration honors the outstanding achievement of men and women in the greater Nashville area.
The 2017 Celebration is honoring Christian Civic Leaders William F. Carpenter, and Dee Anna Smith for their impact to within our state and nationally, and recognizing LH Hardwick with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his service to greater Nashville area.
A reception will begin at 6pm, with the dinner and main program at 6:30pm.
2017 Sponsorship Levels
CORNERSTONES: $10,000 Tables/Seating upon request - VIP Reception
2nd tier Logo placement on all marketing materials including event signage
Recognition from podium during program, and Logo on sponsorship reel at event, and Name or business name and printed in program.
IMPACTORS: $5,000 Two Tables, 20 Tickets - VIP Reception
3rd tier Logo placement on all marketing materials including event signage
Logo on sponsorship reel at event, and Name or business name and printed in program.
TABLE HOSTS: $1,500 One Table – 10 Tickets, Hosts invited to VIP Reception
Name or business name displayed in program.
FRIENDS: $150 Individual Tickets - Table assignment may be requested
The Legacy of the Rodgers Award
The Rodgers Award honors leadership across a broad cross-sector of civic service, elevated by characteristics of the Christian faith, investing in people, stimulating development and promoting integrity in many areas of life. These are all qualities of the individuals who have received the Rodgers Award.
Recipients are chosen by a blue ribbon selection committee made up of a diverse group of civic, faith and business leaders. Key characteristics of excellence, investing in people, stimulating the marketplace and promoting unity in the city are all qualities of the individuals who have been honored. Former honorees are: Howard Gentry, Amy Grant, Don Finto, Stuart McWhorter, Lee Barfield, Beth Harwell, Sam Bartholomew, Lee Beaman, Marty Dickens, and Miles Ezell, Jr.
Joe and Honey Rodgers were devoted to serving a wide range of interests in Nashville through their faith, in business, and by representing our country as Ambassadors to France.
The 2017 Christian Civic Leadership Celebration Dinner is sponsored by partners of Operation Andrew, and will be held on October 30, at the Lipscomb University, Allen Arena.
All proceeds to benefit The Operation Andrew Group. Donations are tax deductible.