Buy tickets now for Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County’s fifth annual Hammers and High Heels event, which will be held on Thursday, June 25 at the beautiful Homestead Manor. The event lasts from 6:00 to 9:00pm and includes music from the local band Redhead Express; food catered by Puckett’s, Puckett’s Boathouse, and Homestead Manor; high-end auction items; and emcee Mrs. Tennessee America Cheryl Brehm. All funds go directly to build a home for a hard-working family through Habitat’s Women Build Program.
“We are very excited to be partnering with Homestead Manor,” notes Habitat Williamson-Maury Director of Communications Jennee Galland. “Their new event barn will be the perfect setting for this growing event, and we can’t wait to enjoy culinary delights from all three Puckett’s restaurants. We have a lot of great surprises in store, so please join us for a fun night in support of Habitat for Humanity.
For only $50 per person, attendees can enjoy:
• Puckett’s newest event venue, Homestead Manor. This 50-acre plantation, historic home, and event barn will serve as the exquisite backdrop for this evening event.
• Music by The Redhead Express. This fiery and celebrated four sister country and bluegrass band will bring down the house!
• Great Food from Puckett’s, Puckett’s Boathouse, and Homestead Manor
• Wine, Beer, and Handcrafted Cocktails – Two drink tickets (wine/beer/soft drinks) are included in the price of one admission.
• Silent auction – over 100 items: original artwork, specialty items from downtown Franklin, restaurant gift certificates, rounds of golf, a Microsoft Surface Pro, a fiddle autographed by Charlie Daniels, and much more!
Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.habitatconcert.com.
Admission is limited, but any tickets still available on the day of the event will be offered at the door for $60.
This is a great event for both men and women and will include silent auction items for the guys, including rounds of golf at King’s Creek, Henry Horton State Park, and Governor’s Club, as well as a two-night stay at the Hippensteal’s Mountain View Inn in Gatlinburg, TN.
Thanks to the sponsorship support of Nissan; General Motors; Avenue Bank; Chip Kerr, Realtor; Mobile SmartBid; Walmart; and the hundreds of generous silent auction donations from local merchants, every dollar raised will go straight to the costs of building a home for single mother Jennifer Aric and her nine children. Seven of Jennifer’s children still live at home, including a son and daughter who each have a disability. Julia has epilepsy, and Isaiah has been diagnosed with osteogenesis imperfecta (“brittle bone” disease). Isaiah uses a wheelchair, and his new home will include ADA modifications that will make everyday tasks easier and safer for him and his family.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available, starting at $500, and include a wide variety of benefits, including event-related advertising, VIP tables at the front of the venue, and much more. To sponsor or donate a silent auction item, please contact Jennee Galland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-550-5617. More information is also available at http://www.hfhwm.org.
Up-to-date information on event happenings, including silent donation items, can be found on the Hammers and High Heels Facebook Event Page at http://www.facebook.com/hfhwm/events.