GSBA Business & Humanitarian Awards DinnerName: GSBA Business & Humanitarian Awards DinnerDate: February 16, 2017Time: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM PSTEvent Description:Date: Thursday, 16 February 2017Time: 05:30 PMFee:
Member Price: $150.00
Non-Member Price: $150.00Address: 2100 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WALocation: Seattle Marriott WaterfrontPhone: 206-363-9188
Host a VIP Table for 10 | $2000
(includes premium placement and attendance at the Honoree Reception with Keynote Speaker Jonathan Capehart)
Host a Table for 10 | $1500
VIP Tickets | $200
(includes attendance at the Honoree Reception with Keynote Speaker Jonathan Capehart)
Dinner Tickets | $150
The GSBA Business & Humanitarian Awards honor businesses and business leaders who are successful, exemplify the highest standards of their profession, promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace, demonstrate leadership and invest time and resources into their community.
Never has the theme of Building Bridges been more relevant. If we are to flourish as a community, we must value our local and independent businesses, support our nonprofits that must stretch to meet the needs of those who may no longer get government support, provide safety for our most vulnerable and come together to recognize, value and celebrate the strength we have when we all work together.
The evening features Keynote Speaker Jonathan Capehart.
Mr. Capehart is a member of The Washington Post editorial board and writes about politics and social issues for the PostPartisan blog. He is also an MSNBC contributor, appearing regularly on "Hardball" and other dayside programs. Prior to joining The Post in 2007, Capehart was the deputy editor of New York Daily News’s editorial page from 2002 to 2005. He worked as a policy adviser to Michael Bloomberg in his successful campaign for mayor of New York City, he was a national affairs columnist for Bloomberg News from 2000 to 2001, and he was a member of the Daily News editorial board from 1993 to 2000. Mr. Capehart and the Daily News editorial board won the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing for their series on the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
Welcome and Special Remarks by Governor Jay Inslee and Mayor Ed Murray.
Hosted by emcee Gary Tucker, Pacific Northwest Ballet.
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