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Event Summary

More than 1,500 people enjoyed the best food, shopping, cocktails and music the suburbs have to offer at the Best of the Main Line Party, held July 18, 2013. Aisles bursting with award-winning fare from 75 of the area’s top restaurants, boutiques, salons and other local businesses filled Drexelbrook’s Grand Ballroom, where guests danced the night away to award-winning party band Jellyroll and rubbed elbows with NBC 10 personalities and other local celebs. We always look forward to partying with the best. Next year, we hope that includes you!

  • VIP Room and Live Music

    The best place to enjoy the party of the summer was in the VIP room, which featured signature cocktails and wines, live entertainment and a private food station. The 2013 event also featured popular regional party band Jellyroll.

  • Vendors

    From cupcakes to quesadillas and all sorts of swag in between, guests had their pick of endless tastes, samples and gifts from award-winning local businesses. Second helpings, of course, are always encouraged.

  • Beneficiaries

    Main Line Today was honored to partner with Devereux, a leading nonprofit behavioral health organization that has been helping children and adults with emotional, developmental, educational and cognitive disabilities since 1912.

  • Sponsors

    The Best of the Main Line Party would not have been possible without the generous support of sponsors like Dr. Jonathan Scharf, Rosenzweig & Associates, AAA, Otto’s BMW, 3D Collision Centers, and other local businesses.

  • NBC 10

    Guests joined Best of the Main Line Party emcee and NBC 10 on-air personality Bill Henley, his newsroom colleagues and other local celebrities at the party of the summer in Drexel Hill.

  • Silent Auction

    There was no reason to leave empty-handed at this party! The silent auction was stocked with fabulous goods, services and other treasures. Proceeds went to support this year’s beneficiary, Devereux.

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