Trout Unlimited's Spring Dinner in New York
An evening to celebrate wild rivers and wild fish
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Central Park Boathouse
New York, NY
Cocktails and Silent Auction: 6:00pm
Dinner, Program and Live Auction: 7:15pm
Special Program: National Geographic Society- Special unveiling of photography by Michael Melford and content written by Edwin Dobb from the magazine’s upcoming story on the Pebble Mine and its potential impact on Bristol Bay, Alaska. In attendance for National Geographic will be the magazine’s editor in chief, Chris Johns, and the Society’s executive vice president and president of publishing, John Q. Griffin
Ticket Price: $500 per person, $2,500 for two, or $10,000 per table.
Sponsorship opportunities available beginning at $20,000.
Benefit Goal: $330,000
On May 6, 2010, TU is hosting its seventh-annual Spring Dinner in New York at the beautiful Central Park Boathouse. This gala has been TU’s most financially successful and well attended event in each of the last six years, bringing in financial leaders and nationally-recognized figures from Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York to Robert Rubin and Mike Kowalski of Tiffany&Co.
This year, National Geographic will unveil the photography and content of their upcoming magazine issue featuring the Pebble Mine and its possible impact on Bristol Bay, Alaska.
We hope that you will join the 200+ philanthropists and conservationists from the greater New York area to celebrate TU’s work for North America’s trout and salmon and their habitat.
For more information about Trout Unlimited’s Spring Dinner in New York, please contact Matt Braughler at firstname.lastname@example.org  or (703) 284-9413. For more information about Trout Unlimited, visit www.tu.org .