Taj Boston’s $6 Million Suite ensures your name on Boston Conservatory’s New Theater Building

Here is the easiest way to have your name etched forever in Boston’s arts and cultural world, without having the slightest knowledge of the field. All you’ll need is a lot of moolah, $6 million to be precise. Yes, by donating this large sum on the weekend of October 15-17, 2010, you will win the opportunity to put your name on the new performance complex at The Boston Conservatory, Boston’s prestigious independent performing arts college. Besides winning the unique legacy opportunity, this large donation will also earn you several privileges, like private round-trip jet transport for two from anywhere in the world, limo transfers to and from exclusive hotel Taj Boston and two nights’ accommodations in the Presidential Suite. You’ll enjoy exclusive 24-hour amenities and services at the hotel, including the use of a Jaguar XS and lifetime valet parking at Taj Boston.

Of course, you will also be given a VIP reception and be invited to all ribbon-cutting ceremonies and events taking place at “your’ theater. This includes tickets to opening night and post-performance champagne and dessert reception, lifetime tickets to all Boston Conservatory performances arranged by the Taj concierge staff, as well as a collection of commemorative items including an engraved Christofle sterling silver platter, etched Tiffany Champagne glasses, and a magnum of Cristal Champagne Rose and a festive farewell Sunday Champagne Brunch on The Roof at Taj Boston.
If $6 million is too much, you can pay $4 million and enjoy naming rights to the Main Stage Theater only. However, this amount will not earn you luxuries like the private jet or car package, but you will be invited to all events and parties at the theater and get two nights in your choice of Luxury Suite or Park View room accommodations.
Payment for packages with naming rights will be divided between The Boston Conservatory and Taj Boston. To book the packages, contact Claude Dubois at Taj Boston, 617-536-6700.

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