New York Awards Reception

September 30th,2020 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
811 Seventh Avenue & 53rd Street
New York, NY, 10019
http://www.sheraton.com/TimesSquare

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The Peggy Browning Fund's New York Awards Reception recognizes leaders in the region for their achievements on behalf of workers.

The reception begins at 5:30 p.m. with cocktails, networking and buffet.  The awards ceremony begins at 7:15 p.m.

Honoring:

Michael Apuzzo, Business Manager, Plumbers Local 1
Brent Garren, Deputy General Counsel, SEIU 32BJ
Rosemary Townley, Arbitrator

Host Committee:

Vincent Alvarez   Michael Artz   Jane Lauer Barker   Richard Brean   Daniel Brent   Mario Cilento   Peter Clark   Susan Davis   Howard Edelman   Deborah Gaines   Niraj Ganatra   Richard Gilligan   John Hickey   Pamela Jeffrey   David Jury   Rhonda Gelman Kelley   Thomas Kempf   Thomas Kennedy   James Kokolas   Gary LaBarbera   Danielle Leonard   Randi Lowitt   Joseph Lurie   Terry Meginniss   Mary Anne Moffa   Daniel Murphy   Jay Nadelbach   Jessica Drangel Ochs   Wayne Outten   John Pierre   Vincent Pitta   Ellen Proceda   David Prouty   Daniel Ratner   Barry Saltzman   Paul Salvatore   John Sands   Jay Smith   Patrick Szymanski   Gwynne Wilcox

Sponsors (As of March 23, 2020)

Steward
SEIU 32BJ

Guardian
Ironworkers Local 580

Fellow
Proskauer LLP

Advocate
Atalanta Sosnoff Capital, LLC
Bricklayers Local 1
Healthcare Education Project
IATSE
IATSE Local 8
Int'l Assoc. of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental & Reinforcing Iron Workers
Major League Baseball Players Assoc.
Teamsters Local 272
UA Local 13
 

Sponsorship Levels

Steward Sponsor $10,000+

  • Recognition as an event sponsor in all event program books, in the PBF newsletter and on website
  • Cover Ad in program book
  • Recognition from the podium during the Awards Presentation
  • Business Name/logo in Power Point display
  • Twenty reservations to the reception (2 tables)

Guardian Sponsor $5,000

  • Recognition as the event sponsor in all event program books, in the PBF newsletter and on website
  • Cover or Center Ad in program book
  • Recognized from the podium during the Awards Presentation
  • Business Name/logo in Power Point display
  • Ten reservations to the reception (1Table)

Fellow Sponsor $2,500

  • Recognition in all event program books and on website
  • Gold Page Ad in program book
  • Business Name/logo in Power Point display
  • Four reservations to the reception

Advocate Sponsor $1,000

  • Recognition in all event program books and on website
  • Full Page Ad in program book
  • Business Name/logo in Power Point display
  • Two reservations to the reception

Levels Below Do Not Include Reservations to the Reception or Ads in the Program Book!

Friend $400

  • Listing in event program and on website

Donor $250

  • Listing in event program and on website

Supporter $100

  • Listing in event program

Program Book Ads - Do Not Include Reservations!

  • $1,000 Gold Page Ad (4.5”W x 7.5”H) Gold Ink
  • $500 Full Page Ad B/W (4.5”W x 7.5”H)
  • $300 Half Page Ad B/W (4.5”W x 3.5”H)

Registration

Description Price Qty Add
Individual Reservation
$ 250.00
Table of 10
$ 2,500.00

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