Shopping Olympics event at Brickell City Centre

| March 20, 2017 | Calendar

Brickell City Centre (BCC), the landmark $1.05 billion, 4.9 million square-foot, mixed‐use development in downtown Miami from Swire Properties Inc, with retail partners Simon Property Group and Whitman Family Development, has announced their partnership with Special Olympics Florida, the state’s largest provider of fitness training, education and athletic completion for children and adults with intellectual disabilities or a similar developmental disability. Partnering with Special Olympics Florida, the two institutions will host the first annual Shopping Olympics on Saturday, April 1, 2017, throughout BCC’s newly opened retail center—a destination featuring over 500,000 square-feet of luxury and premium retail shopping, fine dining and entertainment.

Celebrity guests slated to attend include, Tomi Rose and Mark Strickland (former NBA player), Janine and Juwan Howard (former NBA player), Walter Briggs (former NFL player) and Kevin Lyttle (singer).

The Shopping Olympics will be a ticketed event where a percentage of all retail sales during the event will go directly to Special Olympics Florida, an accredited program of Special Olympics Inc, founded in 1972 and is one of the largest volunteer-driven athletic organizations in the state. Guests will be offered three ticket level options which will provide access to the shopping competition and includes the following benefits:

· Bronze Level ($50): Includes entrance to the event with premium open bar and 3 drink tickets per person to be used at satellite bars around the center.
· Silver Level ($100): All of the above in addition to a swag bag, access to the Olympic lounge with unlimited premium open bar, and an exclusive food tasting experience curated by a mix of participating Brickell City Centre restaurants.
· Gold Level ($250): All of the above in addition to VIP entrance to Saks 5th Avenue, including complimentary valet service, and a VIP swag bag with a retail value of $250.

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