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AIA Celebrates Architecture Month & New Architects

Thursday, April 11, 2013 (6:00 PM - 8:00 PM)

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Lotus Downtown

34 N Hotel St

HonoluluHI98817

United States

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Come help us Kick Off Architecture Month at Lotus Downtown!

Mahalo AIA Firm Supporters:
see below for firm support opportunities.

     
     

 

For the fifth year, AIA Honolulu will be hosting an Architecture Month Kick Off Party where we will also honor newly licensed architects (3/12 -2/13).

Celebrate with us! Bring your colleagues and friends for some Thursday Night Fun! 

Come hang with our members, board plus meet some of our newly licensed Hawaii Architects.....all while expanding your business and social networking at Lotus Downtown in Honolulu. 

It is an evening of celebration and acquaintance in a relaxed and tasteful setting.

Help us celebrate the notable feat of becoming licensed & enoy a great party!
Come party with us and help us celebrate a new group of licensed men and women.....and enjoy a good party with fellow architectural professionals. We all benefit from this larger talent pool of licensed professionals to fill growing staffing needs, stay competitive and grow our businesses and Hawaii’s economy.

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COME JOIN THE CELEBRATION 
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Delicious pupus and two drink tickets are included.

$30       Members (AIA, Assoc. AIA, Allied)
$40       Non-members
$250     Firm Support (incl. 4 tickets, firm logo + verbal recognization) - as a way to say  “licensed architects matter!”

Event Sponsor
Want to support our newbies but can't attend?  Become an Event Sponsor.
$100 - $500   Event Sponsor  (firm logo displayed + verbal recognization during event).

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Questions?  For more information contact Julie Lam, Assoc. AIA, Event Chair.

Important!  This event is not tax deductible in that no portion may be deducted as a charitable contribution for Federal or State Income Tax purposes.  You may of course consult your tax advisor as you may be able to list your sponsorship support as a marketing expense for your firm.