IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Thursday, November 8, 2018
6PM Registration & Reception | 7PM Film Screening | 8PM Panel Discussion
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Harvey Morse Conference Center
8700 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Become A Partner:
Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities
BREATHE LA provides sponsorship packages with benefits that provide the greatest value back for your investment. We look forward to working with you to create a package that meets your marketing goals. You can use our Online Registration form to reserve your spot or you can download, complete, and email our PDF. If you have any questions, please contact Christina Correia, Director of Events & Sponsorships at (323) 935-8050 ext. 231 or CCorreia@breathela.org.
WHY EXHIBIT OR SPONSOR?
BREATHE LA’s Film Series is an opportunity to bring awareness on the issues of clean air and promoting healthy lungs. The event will allow organizations to showcase new and improved treatments, research and technologies in the management of lung related health diseases. We expect great attendance and this translates into highly qualified leads for your company and substantial return on your exhibit investment. The film series brings together physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and allied health care providers from local health systems, hospitals, and community health clinics throughout the county. As an exhibitor or sponsor you have the opportunity to promote your products and services directly to physicians and medical professionals.
About the Film
“Remembering Leonard Nimoy” is a loving and very personal tribute to the life and career of Leonard Nimoy, the prolific actor and director who is best known for playing Spock in Star Trek. Produced and directed by his daughter Julie and son-in-law David Knight, the film reveals stories from his childhood growing up in Boston in the 1930s and 1940s, highlights from his early career in Hollywood, and a snapshot of Nimoy’s big break-out role on the popular sci-fi series Star Trek. It also shows how he helped raise awareness for the lung disease that eventually took his life, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).