You're invited to Clean Lakes Alliance's
Frozen Assets :: Mendota Vice
7th Annual Fundraiser for Our Lakes
Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 8pm
On Saturday, February 3rd, the big yachts and fast boats of South Beach will hit the South Side of Lake Mendota. Expect glamorous and sultry color palettes from linen white, navy and pale blues to electric metallics, hot pink or ravishing tropical patterns!
Get ready to celebrate, raise money for the lakes, and set this Madison winter on fire. After all, Frozen Assets isn't just any fundraiser... this is MENDOTA VICE.
About Frozen Assets
Frozen Assets, held at The Edgewater, is one of Madison's boldest fundraiser parties, known for its creative themes, unique décor and the fashion of attendees. The Frozen Assets Fundraiser, along with the weekend-long Frozen Assets Festival, highlights the status of our lakes as our community’s number one asset and raises upwards of $150,000 for our lakes each year.
Tickets are very limited and we ALWAYS sell out. Get your tickets today!
Tickets are transferrable and non-refundable. Thank you in advance for your donation to support our lakes!
Join the 63Club for special experiences at Frozen Assets
Every year, our monthly donors access a special hosted bar and lounge at the fundraiser. Join the 63Club today starting at just $19.63 a month!
The fourth annual Frozen Assets Festival, a family-friendly daytime event to be held indoors and outdoors at The Edgewater, will run throughout the weekend of Friday, February 2nd through Sunday, February 4th. As always, the Festival will be FREE and open to all. Learn more at www.cleanlakesalliance.org/frozen-assets.
Thank You Sponsors
Thanks again to our presenting sponsor Lands' End, platinum hosting sponsor The Edgewater, and major sponsors CG Schmidt, Hovde Properties, Isthmus, National Guardian Life Insurance Company and Spectrum Brands!
Please contact Clean Lakes Alliance Director of Marketing & Development Adam Sodersten at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about becoming a sponsor. Sponsorships cover both the evening fundraiser and the daytime festival. As always, all event proceeds benefit our work to reduce phosphorus pollution to our lakes!
Scenes from last year's fundraiser: