About the Event
A Life-Changing Weekend
Get ready to buckle up for the most epic adventure of empowerment at the Leveled Up! Live Symposium, right on the Jersey Shore.
Picture this: a historic theater buzzing with energy, where we'll rock your world with inspiring speakers, killer panels, and activities that'll light a fire under your dreams.
738 Bay Avenue Somers Point, NJ 08244
September 7, 2024
But wait, there's more! VIPs get to mingle with our keynote speakers and kick off the weekend at our Welcome Cocktail Reception. Attendees will be showered with exclusive swag upon arrival and brace themselves for a day that's not just about leveling up but unleashing the superhero within.
Whether you're a powerhouse woman or the ultimate cheerleader of women, this symposium is the place for you! It's time to LEVEL UP personally, professionally, spiritually – shit, let's level up everything!
So pack your dreams, bring your spunk, and get ready to dance your way into a life that's totally and unapologetically LEVELED UP!
See you at the party, rockstars!
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BECOME A VIP
VIP attendees will get to attend an intimate welcome reception, receive priority reserved seating in the first 4 rows, a welcome kit full of swag, exclusive networking, mix and mingle with the speakers, plus entertainment, food, and drink.
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Find The Location
The 220 seat Gateway Playhouse was built around 1910 and initially used as a warehouse. Around 1920, the building was converted and used as a silent movie house until 1927 when the first talking film, The Jazz Singer, was released. When "Talkies" came into fashion, the building was leased by the Shriver Theatre Company, and became known as the Seaside Theater. In 1957 Prudential purchased the old Gateway Casino, originally located at the foot of the bridge to Ocean City (Rt. 52), to utilize for office space. The Gateway Casino was then forced to relocate operations, and so moved into the present location at Bay and Higbee Avenues.