2013 Partnership Dinner
$20 Overflow Tickets Now Available!
The dinner program is now closed, however, $20 overflow tickets will be available where you can watch the program live through a simulcast which will be held in the Main Auditorium of Restoration Church (located on the same campus as the Spartanburg Expo Center).
Tickets will be on sale as follows:
Lobby of the Spartanburg Expo Center
Monday, March 4th from 9am-1pm & 4-6pm
Tuesday, March 5th from 9am-1pm & 4-6pm
Wednesday, March 6th from 9am-1pm
Lobby/Entrance to the Main Auditorium
Tickets will be on sale starting at 5:30pm on Thursday, March 7th.
All sales and seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Overflow tickets may not be purchased online or at any other times than the ones listed above. Cash or credit cards only (no checks).
Doors to the Main Auditorium will open at 5:30pm so we encourage purchasing your tickets early so that you do not have to wait in line.
Thursday, March 7th
Spartanburg Expo Center
6655 Pottery Road
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Table and Ticket Sales for our Dinner Program are now closed.
This event is a fundraiser. Our primary objective of this dinner is to raise awareness of our ministry and to raise the necessary funds needed to support the ministry. Your ticket includes dinner and the program, and a portion of your donation is tax-deductible as we are a non-profit organization.
Dinner & Program Schedule
5:30pm - Private Reception with Tebow for Corporate Sponsors
If you are interested in a corporate sponsorship, please contact our staff.
5:30pm - Doors & Buffet Lines Open
Due to the anticipated large crowd, we will be opening the doors and buffet lines at 5:30pm. Guests may go through buffet lines upon arrival and be seated at their assigned tables so that they may begin eating dinner.
6:10pm - Welcome & Blessing
6:30pm - Program Begins
Ministry Presentation & Overview
Moderated Q&A with Tim Tebow
Time for Financial Commitment
If you have any questions about our Partnership Dinner, please contact our staff.
About Tim Tebow
Widely recognized as one of the greatest college football players of all time, Tim Tebow’s collegiate career as a Gator at the University of Florida culminated in two national championships and his being honored as the first sophomore recipient of the Heisman Trophy.
A first round selection in the 2010 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos, Tim burst onto the national stage as he led the franchise to the 2011 NFL Playoffs for the first time in six years. Now Tim is suiting up with the New York Jets. A fierce competitor with a strong work ethic, Tim is a leader his teammates trust and respect.
But even more than his impressive athletic skills, it is his integrity and character that have won him legions of fans. Tim lives a life that consistently reflects his values, and he is dedicated to helping people and communities in need.
In 2010, he founded The Tim Tebow Foundation, which is partnering with CURE International to build hospitals in the Philippines. In addition to Tebow CURE Hospitals, the foundation also grants wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses and is building playrooms in hospitals and orphanages, among other far-reaching charitable works.
While Tim sees football as a platform for greater good, it’s clear that the public’s fascination with him spreads far beyond the gridiron. He has over 2 million Facebook subscribers and Twitter followers, and his New York Times bestselling memoir Through My Eyes, was named the #1 Sports Book of 2011. Tim was also named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2012.
In an industry where many are celebrated only for their performance on the field, Tim Tebow is an example of how much can be accomplished by living your values and making a positive difference in the lives of others.