The Claremont Institute will be awarding the prestigious Statesmanship Award to Dr. William J. Bennett. We invite you to join us in honoring Dr. Bennett and celebrating his illustrious career.
Dr. Bennett is the Washington Fellow of the Claremont Institute, the host of the nationally broadcast radio show Bill Bennett's Morning in America, and a regular columnist for CNN.
Dr. Bennett served as the chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (1981-85) and the Secretary of Education (1985-1988) under the Reagan Administration. He is the author of many books, including The Book of Virtues, America: The Last Best Hope, and The Book of Man. He holds a B.A. from Williams College, a Ph.D. from the University of Texas, and a J.D. from Harvard University.
For Dr. Bennett's full bio, click here.
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2013
5:30 PM VIP Reception
6:00 PM General Reception
7:00 PM Dinner Program
Location: The Millennium Biltmore Hotel
506 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90071
Keynote Speaker, William J. Bennett
General Ticket - $250 per person - Attendance for one at General Reception and Dinner.
(Estimated tax deductible portion is $75)
VIP Ticket - $1,000 per person - Attendance for one at VIP Reception and Dinner, photo opportunity with Dr. Bennett.
(Estimated tax deductible portion is $825)
Bronze Table - $5,000 - Attendance for 10 at VIP Reception & Dinner.
Silver Table - $10,000 - Attendance for 10 at VIP Reception & Dinner; preferred seating.
Gold Table - $15,000 - Attendance for 10 at VIP Reception & Dinner; premier seating.
For table sponsorships information and Dinner Co-chair opportunities, please contact Ana Collisson, Sr. Vice President, at (909) 621-6825, ext. 125, or Acollisson@claremont.org.
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