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Lost in the Jungle at the Grand AustCham Ball 2019
February 23 @ 18:00 - 22:00
Austcham Lao is pleased to welcome you to Lost in the Jungle – ANZ Ball, on Saturday the 23 February 2019 at Crowne Plaza.
The ANZ Ball will include a charity fundraiser, and the proceeds from the ball along with the proceeds from a charity raffle, will be given to support the Lao Elephant Conservation Center in Sayaboury Province. Participants in the raffle have the chance to win exclusive prizes including an exciting exploration stay at the Elephant Conservation Center or an incredible weekend escape to Bangkok at the Ultra Luxury Rosewood Bangkok.
There will also be the “best dressed award” with another chance to win nice prizes.
Book your tickets and get ready to get Lost in the Jungle!
Enjoy drinks reception, three course meal, free flow of wine, beer and soft drinks, live entertainment, dancing until midnight and a wonderful celebration of the community surrounding Austcham Lao.
Time: 6.00 pm – 12.00 am
Date: Saturday 23 February 2019
Venue: Crowne Plaza
Ticket price: 125 USD per person or 1125 USD for a table of ten
Ticket booking: firstname.lastname@example.org
In case you want to make the weekend real special, our venue sponsor Crowne Plaza is offering ball guests a special rate, 100 USD, on deluxe standard rooms. The rooms are subject to availability and please inform the staff at Crowne Plaza that you are ball attendants when booking.
About the Elephant Conservation Center
The Elephant Conservation Center’s mission is to start a new era for conservation of the Asian elephant within the Lao PDR and to offer a unique experience to visitors wishing to contribute towards the protection of an endangered species.
The Center was launched in 2011. It is managed by a team of elephant specialists that have been working towards the protection of elephants in Laos for over a decade, running welfare, vetcare, breeding and mahouts training programmes.
“Domesticated elephants in Laos are traditionally used in logging. Worked to the point of exhaustion, these elephants are not reproducing, with life spans, birth rates and quality of life considerably below acceptable standards.”
With only two elephants born for every ten that die, the Asian elephant, the sacred national emblem of Laos, is under serious threat of extinction. If immediate action is not taken, the Lane Xang or ‘Land of a Million Elephants’, stands to lose not only its elephant populations, but a major component of Lao cultural heritage.