67th Annual Dinner | The Yale Club of New York City

67th Annual Dinner | The Yale Club of New York City
When:
November 30, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm
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Where:
The Yale Club of New York City
50 Vanderbilt Ave
New York, NY 10017
USA
Cost:
$495 AIIS Member, $595 non-member
Contact:
Alexandra Jopp
(703) 245 8079

Thursday, November 30th: The 67th Annual AIIS Gala Dinner.** We will hold our premier event of the year at The Yale Club of New York City, 50 Vanderbilt Ave, New York, NY. Last year we had over 300 in attendance, and we expect this popular event to be another sell-out. Our Annual Dinner is a special time for our members and their customers, friends, and colleagues to get together, unwind, and do some business while enjoying exceptional food and dazzling views of the Manhattan skyline in a convivial Christmas holiday setting.

DRESS CODE AT THE YALE CLUB: Traditional business attire

REGISTRATION

Members and members guest: $495, each *

Non-member: $ 595

Members with spouse (couple): $ 665

The Roosevelt Hotel NYC toll free reservation # is 1-888-833-3969.** You are welcomed to call at any time, provide your requested dates and reference the American Institute of International Steel. For those who wish to make their reservation on-line, Here is a reservation link

Special AIIS guest room rate is USD 329 / Night Excluding Taxes & Fees.
The reservation cut-off date is November 5th.

*Proceeds from these membership events cover event fees and charges as we acknowledge AIIS’s progress. Since all of our events serve as significant fundraising affairs, your vital support will allow the Institute’s important and expanding efforts for free and responsible trade in steel to continue to benefit all our members.

The Yale Club of New York City, Grand Ballroom

The Yale Club is located at 50 Vanderbilt Avenue on the corner of 44th Street, across from the western entrance of Grand Central Terminal.

The Roof Dining Room and Terrace The perfect place for cocktails and dining al fresco. One of the nicest restaurants in midtown just happens to be on the 22nd floor of the Club.

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