Join the KFI AM 640 team for an exclusive evening at the beautiful OUE Skyspace in Los Angeles. Join Handel, John, Ken, Gary, Shannon, Conway and more for a live Q&A session. You and a guest are invited to mix and mingle with the KFI crew, enjoy cocktails and appetizers from OUE Skyspace nearly 1,000 feet above the city in the iconic US Bank Tower.
OUE Skyspace LA is the premiere destination for panoramic, 360-degree views of Los Angeles. You’ll also have a chance to Feel the Thrill when you experience the heart-pounding adventure of the first ever Skyslide.
100% of the proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross Get Prepared, California! campaign.
Get your tickets now. There are limited spaces available and they will go fast!
KFI Mixer Pass is $400 (tax deductible donation)
KFI Mixer Pass includes
- Admission for two (2) to the KFI Mixer on Monday, October 1, 2018
- Doors Open 6:00PM / Event Ends 10:00PM
- Mingle with the KFI AM 640 team, Live Q&A Session, Photo opportunities
- Cocktails and Appetizers
- Unlimited Skyslide Rides (following the mixer)
- Parking for one (1) vehicle
- All guests must be 21 years or older to attend
- Hosts attending to be based on availability.
- This experience is non-refundable once purchased, due to the unique nature of our offerings, this product is final sale
- Because of unforeseen circumstances this experience may be canceled or rescheduled. Guests are strongly urged to arrange for refundable airfare and accommodations when travel is required.
- This item may not be resold or re-auctioned in any circumstance
- Travel and accommodations are not included
- The seventh annual Get Prepared, California! Auction runs from April 2 to April 30, 2018.
- The auction is sponsored by the California Earthquake Authority (CEA) and raises money for American Red Cross disaster-preparedness and relief efforts in California.
- Auction proceeds help support 32 chapters of the American Red Cross in communities throughout California.
- Last year, the auction raised more than $171,000, bringing the total funds raised by the auction since 2012 to more than $1,060,000—more than enough for the Red Cross to distribute 200,000 blankets at shelters or to provide comfort at the scene of an incident; distribute 100,000 hot meals in communities affected by earthquakes; or provide 400,000 “comfort kits” full of toiletries and personal items people might need in the aftermath of a disaster.
Earthquake risk in California
- It’s not a matter of if, but when, the next earthquake will strike. It could happen today.
- Thousands of known faults crisscross California, and more than 500 are considered active and dangerous. Since scientists are still discovering new faults and may never discover them all, no home is safe from a potentially damaging quake.
- Some of the world’s most devastating earthquakes have occurred on previously unknown faults.
- Scientists say there is more than a 99 percent chance of a magnitude-6.7 quake striking California in the next 30 years—that’s the same magnitude as the 1994 Northridge earthquake that led to CEA’s creation.
- Yet, according to a UCLA School of Public Health and Survey Research Center report in 2010, "relatively few [California] households have acted to mitigate losses and reduce injuries" from earthquakes.
- No one really knows when a damaging earthquake will turn our world upside down, but It’s not too late to protect your home with earthquake insurance from the California Earthquake Authority.
Preparing for damaging earthquakes
- To address the preparedness gap, the California Earthquake Authority and the American Red Cross have joined forces to help more people prepare to survive and recover from California’s next damaging earthquake. The two organizations also support the Great California ShakeOut, which takes place every October on the third Thursday and is an opportunity to practice what to do when the ground shakes. This year, ShakeOut will be on Oct. 18 at 10:18 a.m. Visit GetPreparedCalifornia.org to learn more about ShakeOut, as well as the Get Prepared, California! Auction.
- Learn the Seven Steps to Earthquake Safety to prepare before, survive during and recover after a damaging earthquake. Download a printable version of the Seven Steps at GetPreparedCalifornia.org.
About the Non-Profit organizations
The California Earthquake Authority
The California Earthquake Authority (CEA) is a not-for-profit, privately funded, publicly managed organization that provides residential earthquake insurance and encourages Californians to reduce their risk of earthquake loss. Learn more at EarthquakeAuthority.com.
The American Red Cross
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies nearly half of the nation’s blood; teaches lifesaving skills; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a charitable organization, not a government agency, and depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, visit www.redcross.org or contact your local chapter.