OIC Bourbon Event Planned
Sipping for a Cause
(posted May 24, 2023)
Oklahoma City, OK – Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County, Inc. (OIC), prepares for its annual jazz night, Bourbon on the Roof w/OIC, set for Thursday July 27 the from 7pm – 10pm. Event will be hosted on the rooftop of Capital View Event Center, 5201 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City.
Bourbon on the Roof w/OIC, is promoted as “a chill night out for adults, featuring a cool jazz situation, a cash bar, great view and incredible raffles. OIC plans a signature drink made with Bourbon, and music will be provided local band, Bruce Benson and Studio B.”
“With the taste of bourbon in the air the primary purpose of the event is to support the work of OIC and have a good time. For 57 years OIC has been dedicated to serving Oklahoma City through education and training initiatives for adults”, says
DesJean Jones, Executive Director.
Tickets are $40 in advance and can be purchased online at oicokc.org, on Eventbrite, or in person at OIC located at 3033 N. Walnut Ave., Building East, Oklahoma City.
Tickets will be $45 at the door. Three Sponsorship/VIP levels are available:
(Sponsorship/VIP includes Premium Seating, Table Service, and Mic Recognition at the event)
- Makers Mark Level – $750 (10 seats, 10 drink tickets, Premium Seating, Table Service, Marketing and Mic Time)
- Elijah Craig Level – $500 (10 seats, Premium Seating and Table Service)
- Wild Turkey Level – $250 (4 seats, Premium Seating and Table Service)
“Our goal is to raise $10,000 for OIC programs. Educating adults throughout Oklahoma County creates generational impact, and we ask for the support of OIC”, says DesJean Jones, Executive Director.
Founded in 1964 by the Rev. Dr. Leon H. Sullivan and established in Oklahoma City by Dr. Charles Atkins in 1966, the OIC of Oklahoma County is an affiliate of OICs of America and OIC International. The organization’s mission is to inspire and motivate adult learners through academic and career education. Classes are designed to prepare adult residents for 360-degree life management–academics, skills training, reading/literacy, and day-to-day living.
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