2012 Silver SPUR Awards Luncheon

From SPUR:

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Please join SPUR and more than 2,000 Bay Area leaders for the 2012 Silver SPUR Awards Luncheon, the city’s largest and most prominent civic awards event.

2012 HONOREES:

Edward A. Chow, M.D.
Mildred Howard
Stephen S. Pearce, D.D. Ph.D
John K. Stewart

ADMISSION:

Individual tickets: $175  Purchase tickets >>
Sponsorships: $500 – $10,000  Sponsor the event >>

Tickets the day-of:  We will do our best to accommodate those attempting to purchase tickets at the door on the day of the event. If possible, please purchase your ticket(s) in advance here.  We recommend you do not send a check at this time.

MORE INFO:
For questions regarding about tickets or event details please contact SPUR at 415-781-8726, x123 or events@spur.org.

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