SoCal AFP | Southern California Association for Financial Professionals

Event Info

"Bowling/Networking Mixer"

Date:Thursday, January 18th, 2018
Venue:Pickwick Bowl
921 W. Riverside Dr.
Burbank, CA 91506
Parking Info:Parking Free
Cost:
Members:$20
Guests:$25
RSVP:
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Agenda:
6:30p.m.-8:30p.m.

Event Details:
Pre-registered attendance is $20 which includes admission, one glass of wine/beer, appetizers, and bowling shoes. Admission at the door is $25.

Group Discount (one company) 5 or more $15
Top Clients and Prospects (with banker): $15

Sponsorship opportunities $350 (Includes logo on email blasts/website promoting the event) Contact amber@socalafp.org - We are looking for 3 or more sponsors.

Bankers are encouraged to bring their top clients and prospects for a reduced price of $15 each. No limit.

Bring your team at your company! We are offering a group discount per company of 5 or more at $15 each.

Deadline to RSVP is January 15th as space is limited to 40 people. Come and join us for this fun networking event. Hope to see you there!

Please call the SoCal AFP office at (818) 843-5660 with questions
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