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Sponsorship Deadline Approaching | Alaska Infrastructure Development Luncheon II


Sponsorship Deadline Approaching
(Friday, November 11)
This event is an ideal opportunity for your company to communicate its experience and expertise in the successful build out of Alaska's infrastructure. Your sponsorship and participation send an important signal to potential private and public sector clients, customers and partners. Take action today to ensure your company receives recognition as a leader in major projects across the state. 
Alaska Infrastructure Development Luncheon II
November 30, 2016
Sheraton Anchorage Hotel
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm (doors open at 11:45 am)  

Presenters Include:

John Springsteen 
Executive Director
Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA)

John MacKinnon Executive Director Associated General Contractors of Alaska

Steve Hatter
Deputy Commissioner Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities

Get a comprehensive view of this timely and important subject. What are the priority projects? Which projects will get started in 2017 and which ones will get finished? 

This event is limited to 200 attendees. Last year's event was completely sold out weeks before the event. We anticipate this year's event will sell out quickly as well. Reserve your seat or table today! Many choose to sponsor a table and invite their clients, colleagues and friends. 
Secure Your Table Today

Dear Members and Friends of the World Trade Center:
Here's why your company should have a table at the luncheon:
Premium Placement - sponsored tables will be placed in the best positions to view the head table and screens. 
Guaranteed Seating - regardless of what time you and your guests arrive at the luncheon, you will sit together at the same table. 
Corporate Recognition - your company or organization name will be visible from a sign on your table. 
Support Of The Mission - your table sponsorship helps your local WTC to carry out its mission to build a stronger international trade economy in Alaska.
We look forward to seeing you at the luncheon!


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