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Bay Bridge Chapter Represents the Following Cities:

Alameda, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, San Francisco

Upcoming Event Information

Jan
19
Thu
2023
@ Randy Iwasaki House, Walnut Creek
Jan 19 @ 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm
 @ Randy Iwasaki House, Walnut Creek

ACEC Federal PAC East Bay & Bay Bridge Chapters

2023 Whisk(e)y & Food Event

WHAT
Whisk(e)y tastings by Adrian Trespando and Darren Choy (ACEC East Bay & Bay Bridge Chapters)
Heavy hors d’oeuvres from Havana Catering
Some cigars will be provided, please feel free to bring your own
Non Alcoholic and Non-Whisk(e)y drink options
Mingling

ATTIRE
Business casual
Outdoor heat lamps provided, warm jackets recommended

QUESTIONS?
Contact acec.ca.bbc@gmail.com or eastbayacec@gmail.com

TICKET PRICING
$165 PAC DONATION
Limited 40 Guests.
Must be paid for by personal accounts – no work reimbursements allowed for PAC events.
Only ACEC members and direct family members may participate.
Tickets must be purchased by December 31, 2022.

Thank you to Randy Iwasaki (Amazon Web Services) for Hosting!

Contributions are not deductible for Federal income tax purposes. The price of a ticket is considered a contribution to ACEC/PAC and will be used for political purposes. Partnership and sole proprietorship checks are permitted, however, federal law prohibits contributions from general treasury funds of a corporation, labor organizations or national banks (including corporate or other business entity credit cards), from any person contributing another’s funds, from a Federal government contractor, or from a foreign national who lacks permanent resident status. Contributions will be screened and those from outside the restricted class (non-members) and those from individuals who have not given prior approval will be returned. Contributions are voluntary and you have the right to refuse to contribute without reprisal. Amounts herein are merely suggestions; the amount given, or refusal to give, will not result in a benefit or disadvantage to an individual. Federal election law requires political committees to use best efforts to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 during a calendar year. An individual may not contribute more than a total of $5000 per calendar year to the committee.

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