Update: The Hagel event has been postponed due to vote that the Senator will need to be present for on that date. I’ll let you know when the event is rescheduled to.
Senator Chuck Hagel, long-shot potential Vice President for Obama, likely Cabinet member for McCain or Obama, and the independent maverick that McCain claims to be, will be doing an event in Manhattan next Monday. It’s well worth going. The event should be relatively small – so it will allow participants a decent chance to ask a question or to talk to the Senator.
It is being sponsored by the American Business Forum on Europe and has been organized by my good friend, Tobias Dose. If you can make it, you really should go:
The American Business Forum on Europe
Sven C. Oehme, President
Henry G. Meyer-Oertel, Exec. Director
cordially invites you to a discussion with
The Hon. Chuck Hagel
U.S. Senior Senator from Nebraska (R)
America and Europe in Today’s World
The Major Political and Economic Challenges We Face
Senator Hagel is the author of the just released book “America: Our Next Chapter”
Monday, July 7, 2008
Reception: 6:00 p.m. Presentation: 6:30 p.m. (promptly) <
Networking Reception following the presentation and at the McCann-Erickson Building, NYC, 622 Third Avenue between 40th & 41st Streets
Please RSVP and send payment by 7/2/2008
There will be a charge of $35 for non-members
(This amount can be applied to a $180 annual ABFE membership)
Fax Response sheet is enclosed or e-mail to mailto:info@ABFE.biz
The Hon. Chuck Hagel, Nebraska’s senior U.S. Senator, is serving his second term in the United States Senate. He is a member of four Senate committees: Foreign Relations; Banking; Housing and Urban Affairs; Intelligence and Rules. Senator Hagel is the author of “America: Our Next Chapter”, a straight-forward examination of the current state of the United States. The book provides substantial proposals for the challenges of the 21st century. Alan Greenspan says, “America: Our Next Chapter should be required reading,” Former World Bank President James Wolfensohn declared the book “a must read.” Journalist Tom Brokaw states, “this is a book for people who care about their country”.
The American Business Forum on Europe, 405 Lexington Avenue, 37th Fl., New York, NY 10174