The 7th Environmental and Clean Energy Inaugural Ball will take place on Monday, January 21, 2013 at Sequoia Restaurant located on the Washington Harbour waterfront in Georgetown from 8-12:00 midnight. This bi-partisan celebration has become a Washington tradition over the past 24 years as the environmental and clean energy communities gather to welcome a new Administration and make headway towards a more sustainable future.
The last event in 2009 had nearly 200 organizations worked together to address environmental and clean energy challenges through bi-partisan cooperation. The event includes key Administration officials from the Environmental Protection Agency as well as the Departments of Energy, Agriculture, Transportation, Commerce, among many others.
The main goal of this event is to bring together the large number of us working on the same issues, while providing a quality event that is reasonably priced to accommodate our organizations’ individual members.
Members Congress have traditionally served on the Honorary Committee for the event. This too helps draw Administration officials to participate in the Inaugural Ball to make it a truly make bi-partisan celebration of environmental protection and clean energy development.
For the past 6 of these balls there has been a tremendous response from incoming Administration officials and we have never failed to get Secretaries of Energy, Interior, the Administrator of EPA, and many other agencies and White House officials. In 2009 our Guests included Energy Secretary Chu and Lisa Jackson from EPA. In addition we have always had members of Congress attend and occasional celebrities. And, we have an invitation in to Bill Clinton to be a special Honored Guest.
The $200 per ticket price that includes an open bar, a full dinner buffet, and a great band for dancing and entertainment. Avery limited number of reserved tables of 8 that are available at $2,500.00 in addition to the individual tickets.
Please direct inquiries to email@example.com. For Additional Information Contact Co Chairs Jan Harkte (JaHartke@gmail.com), William Holmberg of the American Council for Renewable Energy, (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Scott Sklar of the Stella Group (email@example.com).
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