AIDN National Gala Dinner 2019

AIDN National invite you to attend a defence industry gala event not to be missed. The AIDN National Gala Dinner will be held at the stunning Gandel Hall, National Gallery of Australia on Wednesday 13 February 2019 commencing with pre dinner drinks and networking from 7.00pm. Doors Open from 6.45pm.The AIDN National Gala Dinner will include pre dinner drinks and canapes on arrival followed by a gourmet two course dinner served with premium beverages.

Guests will enjoy an evening of networking, socialising and fun which includes a VIP guest speaker, presentation of the AIDN National Young Achiever Award and Silent Auction with all proceeds donated to Legacy. Guests will be entertained by the Royal Military College Band. Come along and be part of the AIDN community. For event sponsorship opportunities please call Sandy Brogan on 0409122827 or email administration@aidn.org.au

  • Organised by: Consec Event Management
  • Contact name: Abby Masters
  • Phone: 02 6252 1200
  • Email: abby@consec.com.au

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