Sold out. The Claremont Institute is proud to welcome Dick Cheney as keynote speaker at a dinner in celebration of our 30th Anniversary. It will be held on Saturday evening, March 27, 2010, at the Millennium Biltmore in Los Angeles, California. Vice President Cheney is to be awarded the Claremont Institute's Statesmanship Award. Sorry, sold out!
Keynote Speaker: Vice President Dick Cheney
Welcoming Remarks: Bill Bennett
Date: Saturday, March 27, 2010
Schedule: VIP Reception 5:30 PM, General Reception 6:00 PM, Dinner 7:00 PM
Location: Millennium Biltmore Hotel, 506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California. Guests interested in overnight stay can take advantage of our discounted room rate of $99/night. Hotel phone: (213) 624-1011
Event Parking: Complimentary valet parking on Olive Street. Complimentary self-parking available under Pershing Square.
Dress: Business Attire
General ticket - $250 per person - Attendance for 1 at General Reception and Dinner
VIP ticket - $1,000 per person - Attendance for 1 at VIP Reception and Dinner; preferred seating
Bronze Table - $5,000 - Attendance for 10 at VIP Reception and Dinner; preferred seating
Silver Table - $10,000 - Attendance for 10 at VIP Reception and Dinner; premier seating
Gold Table - $15,000 - Attendance for 10 at VIP Reception and Dinner; premier seating
Table Sponsors will be acknowledged in the program. For table sales please call Marcia Shackelford at (909) 621-6825 x125.
If you have questions, please call (909)621-6825 x125.
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