Save The Date – The Australian Peace Keeping Dinner
When: 7pm, Friday 24th August 2012
Dress: Black Tie/Mess Dress
Venue: Shangri-La Hotel, Cumberland St, The Rocks Sydney.
A host of special guests and performers will attend the dinner in the lead up to the 65th anniversary of Australia being involved in peacekeeping operations worldwide since 1947. Guests attending include The Governor of NSW, current and past Chiefs of The Australian Defence Force General David Hurley, Angus Houston and Peter Cosgrove. David Koch is MC with performances from Deni Hines, Doc Neeson, Adam Harvey and The Voice’s Prinnie Stevens.
Tickets: $500 per ticket or $5,000 for a table of ten – (Includes a superb 3 course dinner and beverages and outstanding entertainment)
VIP Tickets: $1,000 per single VIP ticket or $10,000 for a table of ten – (Includes entry to VIP cocktail party, superb 3 course dinner and beverages, outstanding entertainment, full page advert in program and preferential table positioning)
Honorary Dinner Chairman Table of 10: $25,000 (Includes entry to VIP cocktail party, superb 3 course dinner and beverages, outstanding entertainment, Special guest seated at the table, Logo recognition on the screen and in the programme, a full page advertisement in the programme and verbal acknowledgement from the MC)
RSVP: Please contact Andrew Cross at International Events in Sydney on, 02 9213 2900 or respond by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Australian military, police and civilians have been undertaking peace operations for 65 years, with the first ever deployment for peacekeeping to the Dutch East Indies in 1947. Since then, over 90,000 Australians have been deployed in more than 60 peacekeeping missions around the world.
A volunteer committee of peacekeeping veterans have been working hard over the last few years to develop a National Peacekeepers Memorial on ANZAC Parade in Canberra to honour those who have and who will continue to serve on peacekeeping operations. Please join us in association with the Australian Defence Force and the Australian Federal Police to raise funds for the Australian Peacekeeping Memorial Project.