Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Glenn Beck's Mercury One Announces Entertainment for November Ball

Savor Gastropub’s outside patio was the perfect urban oasis for Mercury One’s American Cowboy M1Ball kick-off party with founders and hosts Tanya and Glenn Beck and special surprise guests Kim and Aaron Watson, who jetted in from Abilene for the special event.
Glenn Beck, Tanya Beck, Mercury One founders and Ball Chairs; Kim Watson, Aaron Watson, country singer and featured entertainer
Chef John Coleman and his team served sumptuous hors d’oeuvres from savory to sweet throughout the evening as guests were buzzing about the pending announcements by Suzanne Bock Grishman, Mercury One’s executive director.  Spotted in the crowd were Brad Staggs, Beth Knott, D’Andra Simmons Lock and Jeremy Lock, Ashley Berges, and more.   

Suzanne welcomed everyone saying, “Mercury One is a humanitarian aid and education organization focused on restoring the human spirit,” and explained the initiatives and programs the foundation supports, including most recently sponsoring the Dallas Film Society’s High School Roundtables in the 2016 through 2017 academic year, their High School Day and Stand to Honor in Dallas honoring veterans.

Mercury One’s initiatives include providing programs to individuals to advance the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for communities to help themselves as well as assisting our nation’s veterans, providing aid to those in crisis, and rebuilding and restoring the lives of Christians and other persecuted religious minorities in the Middle East.
Suzanne Grishman, Executive Director, Mercury One; Tracie Papadakis

 A rousing round of applause followed the mission statement as Suzanne announced the M1Ball American Cowboy happens on Saturday, November 18, 2017 at Eddie Deen’s Ranch in Dallas. Guests are encouraged to dress in cowboy chic and join honorary chairs Gina and Ken Betts, hosts Tanya and Glenn Beck and enjoy dancing to one of today’s finest torch-bearers of real country music, singer and Texas native, Aaron Watson.

Sponsors and patrons at certain levels will be treated to a VIP reception and then join in the party as everyone enjoys delicious vittles as only Eddie Deen’s can do, live and silent auctions of priceless experiences and one-of-a-kind treats, and dance the night away. 

Mercury One founder Glenn Beck was welcomed to the podium and as a hush fell over the crowd, he shared stories about rescuing Christian families in Iraq and Syria and as major partner with his Nazarene Fund, also taking care of their transition to safety. He said later this year there will be an announcement about a major education initiative, as the crowd stood and gave a resounding ovation.

  Glenn thanked Aaron Watson who said he is excited about the November 18 event and honored to be involved with Mercury One, “As good Samaritans around the globe, their talk is backed up with actions that change the world.”  

Individual Tickets are $200. VIP tickets are $500. Host Committee is $1,500 for two tickets. Sponsorship opportunities are $7,500-$100,000. Find out more at www.mercuryone.org/m1ball or contact Michael Powell, Director of Development at 972-499-4747 or mpowell@MercuryOne.org 

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