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2nd Annual Man Cave will have a touch of magic

 


How do you entertain hundreds of Central Florida’s men? Good food, booze, fancy cars, luxury jets and a little bit of magic.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando is hosting its Second Annual Man Cave from 7 p.m.- 9 p.m. Thursday, March 14 in the corporate hangar complex at ELJ Aviation, 4130 Centerline Lane, Sanford. The Man Cave is a Men’s Division fundraiser in support of the JFGO’s annual campaign.

The event will feature cigars, a bourbon tasting and open bar, food trucks, private jets, exotic cars and more. Guests will schmooze in the corporate hangar complex at ELJ Aviation in Sanford while strolling through luxury automobiles, Ducati motorcycles and private jets.

This year’s event will feature magician, Kostya Kimlat, who has been delighting audiences around the world for more than 15 years with his magic. When he’s not traveling to convention centers, theaters and hotels around the world, performing at corporate functions, speaking at meetings, and entertaining at high-end private events Kimlat makes his home in downtown Orlando.

In effort to raise funds for JFGO’s annual campaign, the event will also feature a raffle filled with prizes and a live auction featuring a flight in an L-39 fighter jet, donated by Mauiva. Eric Norber, owner of ELJ Aviation, has donated a sunset champagne flight. The lucky raffle winner will enjoy a luxurious sunset flight for up to six people in a private jet around the skies of Orlando.

An event organizer said JFGO thanks its event committee: Scott Abramson, Gary Baumgarten, David Bigney, A.J. Kronenberg, Ryan Lefkowitz, Brian Margolis, Eric Norber, Craig Pearlman, Bill Sholk and Michael Soll.

This event is sponsored by Baumgarten Financial, Berman Property Maintenance & Construction, Craig Pearlman, The Bigney Law Firm, BB&T, Orlando Hyperbarics, Ducati, Contemporary Mortgage Services, Mauiva, La-z- Boy, Orlando City Soccer, Cigarz on the Avenue, Loud Mouth Golf, and Venture Photography.

The Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando’s mission is to nurture a unified Jewish community that transcends generations and neighborhoods. For more information visit, http://www.jfgo.org or call 407-645-5933.

 

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