Signature Events

Top Doctors 2016 Cocktail Reception

November 9, 2016 at Priority 1 Automotive's BMW of Towson
Signature Events

Top Doctors 2016 Cocktail Reception

November 9, 2016 at Priority 1 Automotive's BMW of Towson

On November 9, Baltimore magazine celebrated its second-annual cocktail reception honoring physicians named in the renowned November “Top Doctors” issue. The reception was hosted and presented by Priority 1 Automotive again this year at their BMW of Towson showroom. Other event sponsors included Comcast Spotlight, Privia Health, SunTrust Bank, Fulton Mortgage, and Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union.

Guests enjoyed tasty hors d’oeuvres from Panache Fine Catering, beers from local Waverly Brewing Company, and a diverse array of wine tastings from Lanterna Wines. Flower décor was provided by UrbanStems. In addition to mingling with colleagues, attendees were delighted to participate in the Comcast interactive photo booth produced by ComicWow. Through the Privia Health “Newsstand” sponsorship program, medical practices were offered complimentary Baltimore subscriptions. The night ended on a sweet note with a special dessert bar including coffee, tea, and scrubs-shaped cookies from Johns Hopkins Federal Credit Union.

Photography by Kelsey Marden Photography



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