Fundraising Dinner to be held March 10 at Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA, January 11, 2011 – The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation will host its seventh Annual Club100 Dinner, sponsored by Chubb, Wednesday, March 10, 2011, at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.
Taking place in the nation’s premiere automotive museum, guests will journey through the past, present and future of automotive innovation. Set against a backdrop of historic Los Angeles street scenes, attendees will enjoy a visual tour of the automotive history of Los Angeles amid the over 150 vintage vehicles and buildings on display. The evening’s program offers insight into the industry’s efforts to merge sustainability with power and performance. Guests will have a unique opportunity to experience the future of green innovation firsthand, through a test drive in the stunning Tesla Roadster.*
“Chubb is honored to be returning as the Club100 Event Sponsor”, said Jim Darling, Senior Vice President and Los Angeles Regional Branch Manager for Chubb. “Supporting our communities is a strong component of the Chubb culture, and our partnership with the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation helps us have a meaningful, broad impact for charities in the Los Angeles area.”
Club100 annually provides an opportunity for senior insurance industry executives throughout Southern California to come together in a united effort, raising vital funds for local nonprofits. “Working with the Foundation has only enhanced our company’s philanthropic efforts. The Foundation unites the industry’s efforts, thereby making a larger impact and raising greater awareness of the industry’s collective charitable support,” continued Darling.
Steve Meyer, chair of the IICF Western Division and Vice President Northwest Region, ACE USA notes, “Southern California is a significant insurance hub comprised of compassionate individuals dedicated to giving back to their communities.” Meyer continues, “Chubb, Los Angeles personifies the level of charitable commitment found throughout the region. In their seventh year as Event Sponsor, Chubb’s leadership role in Club100 demonstrates great commitment to the community and the Industry Foundation. We are deeply thankful for Chubb’s continued leadership and support.”
Proceeds from the Club100 Dinner will benefit local charities through the Foundation’s community grants program. Past grant recipients include Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, Camp Stevens, Covenant House, Los Angeles, Impact Teen Drivers, Los Angeles Metro YMCA, The Salvation Army, Southern California Division, and Shriners Hospital, Los Angeles. Club100 has also provided academic scholarships for California State University, Fullerton scholars enrolled in the Center for Insurance Studies program.
For additional Club100 information, including ticket sales, please contact the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation Office at (925) 280-8009 or firstname.lastname@example.org.