Florida GOP releases $1 million VIP tickets to Ron DeSantis inauguration festivities

Five major donors will be named inaugural chairs.

Five lucky groups can pay for VIP access to Gov. Ron DeSantis inauguration at the price of 1 million dollars.

The package is the top prize for donations to the Republican Party of Florida (RPOF). Paying top dollar earns you VIP tickets and more, including recognition as the “Inauguration Chair” sponsor of the Governor’s Inaugural Ball.

The prize packages range from $25,000 to the $1 million package, but only five packages each are available in the $1 million and $500,000 cohorts.

At the starting price, donors earn two VIP tickets to the swearing-in ceremony, two VIP tickets to the Inaugural Governor’s Ball, two commemorative Inaugural Gift Packages, and recognition as a sponsor of the ball.

The last tier earns 10 tickets to the candlelight dinner, tickets to the swearing-in ceremony and the inaugural ball; two tickets to A Toast to One Million Mamas; 10 commemorative inaugural gift packages; a photo shoot; and recognition as inaugural president. Prizes for the $500,000 level are the same as the $1 million level, except donors are recognized as a “Host Committee Sponsor” instead of an Inaugural Chair.

The Republican governor will be officially sworn in for a second term on Jan. 3 at noon. With a decisive victory on election night and new Republican supermajorities in both houses of the Legislature, DeSantis will enter his second term with a clear mandate from Florida voters.

The RPOF donation packages, branded under a false seal for the Governor of the “Free State of Florida”, include access to inauguration hotels and VIP transportation. VIPs will have privileged seats for all inauguration activities. However, sponsors must register for each event or they will lose their tickets.

Ticket registration closes at the end of activities on December 22. Sponsorship contributions are due by December 28th.

DeSantis’ first inauguration was more low-key than that of the former governor. by Rick Scott. Scott held a grand opening parade. DeSantis instead opted to hold a baptism ceremony for his son, Masonwho was then the youngest child of the first couple.

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