Last day to buy discounted tickets for VIP skybox

Today is the last day to purchase tickets for the Coastal Chamber of Commerce’s Native Diver Sky-Room at a discounted price.

The Chamber has moved to a larger skybox this year. Of the 120 tickets available for the Diver Sky-Room, half have sold as of today.

The skybox features a panoramic view, air-conditioning, a private balcony overlooking the track and an abundance of television monitors. It is located on the sixth floor.

Tickets are normally $85 each or two for $160. But today only, tickets are offered for $140 for two.

Ticket prices include admission to the races, a race program, buffet lunch in the Ancient Title Sky-Room and seating.

One title sponsorship is still available for $1,500 and includes a company name on promotional items, a banner and a display table at the event as well as a VIP table for eight and 16 cocktail vouchers.

For information, visit www.sandiegocoastalchamber.com.

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