Contact: Jordan Stevenson
Best of Delaware Committee PR Chair
Delaware Today Nears the 2014 Best of Delaware Party
Wilmington, DE (July 10, 2014) – Delaware Today magazine’s 26th annual Best of Delaware Party, which brings Delaware’s “Best” restaurants and service providers together at one time, will be held at the Chase Center on the Riverfront on July 17 from
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Best of Delaware Party is one of the most popular events in Delaware, drawing more than 1,500 guests each year. A variety of entertainers will perform throughout the evening, including Jellyroll, Sean “Sinatra” Reilly, George Weldon Jazz, Dave Matthews and BlueBallRoom Dance Studio and Club.
Nearly 100 of the winners will be participating at the event to showcase their winning dishes, drinks, products and services. The Chesapeake Inn, Grotto Pizza, Walter’s Steakhouse, Nage, Old World Breads and Harry’s Seafood Grill are just a few of the participating winners.
Proceeds from the Best of Delaware Party have provided funding to Delaware charitable organizations over the last 25 years through the Today Media Charitable Foundation. This year’s beneficiaries are Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay and The Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation.
Party tickets are available at www.BestofDE.com. Tickets are $55 in advance, or $70 at the door. A VIP ticket, which includes entrance to a preview party from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. and first dibs on the hot items, can be purchased for $75. Parties of 10 or more can purchase tickets for $50 each.
Delaware Today magazine is a Today Media publication with distribution throughout the entire state of Delaware. Today Media is a multi-platform communications company that also offers custom communications solutions. In print, online, and in-person, Today Media delivers content readers always look forward to. Other Today Media publications include Main Line Today serving Pennsylvania’s Main Line and the western suburbs of Philadelphia, Hudson Valley Magazine serving the seven counties that boarder the Hudson River, Westchester Magazine serving the affluent suburbs of New York City and the Italian-American Herald serving the Italian-American Community of Delaware, Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey.