2013 Annual Awards Banquet
October 17, 2013
The W Hotel, 225 River Street, Hoboken, NJ
Each year, the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame holds an Annual Awards Banquet to honor those inventors who, over a lifetime of invention, have contributed significantly to the welfare and finances of the state.
These individuals and businesses are selected by the Board of Trustees for their outstanding accomplishments. From graduate students to Nobel Laureates and Fortune 500 companies, recipients all share one common characteristic - their dedication to innovation upholds the legacy of New Jersey as the Invention State.
The banquet is an excellent opportunity for innovators to recognize the hard work and accomplishments of their peers, forge new relationships and reconnect with past colleagues and friends. An industry-specific event, the banquet is also a wonderful opportunity for networking between the academic and business worlds.
We invite you to join us for our next Annual Awards Banquet!
To Purchase Tickets: Awards Banquet tickets are $200 per person. This includes a three course meal with wine and beer as well as drinks during the reception. Contact Paige Continentino at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, email@example.com or 850-425-8551, with your ticket request, guest list, business name, and contact information. Groups of 8-10 may reserve tables with payment. Payment for your tickets should be made following the instructions below.
Sponsorships: Many of our program sponsorship packages include complementary banquet tickets. If you or your organization would like to place an ad in the banquet program, either to honor an award winner or for business promotion, please see the Partners page.
CREDIT CARD INFORMATION:
Make checks payable to New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame - please put "Tickets" in the memo line.
Mail checks to:
Attn: Ralph Selitto
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
200 Park Avenue
Florham Park, NJ 07932
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