Women of Influence

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Friday  October 31, 2014 
The Indiana Roof Ballroom

 

Women od Influence

PRESENTING SPONSOR: Faegre Baker Daniels
UNDERWRITING SPONSORS:
Indy Chambers Bedel Comcast
 
Indy Chambers Moyer Toshiba


Featured Speaker:

 
Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks

Ora H. Pescovitz

Senior Vice President-Medical
Eli Lilly and Company
 

 

       
       


Date: October 31, 2014
Location: The Indiana Roof
Networking/Registration: 7:45 am
Breakfast/Presentation: 8:00 am
Individual Subscriber: $35.00
Individual Non-Subscriber: $45.00
Corporate Table of 10: $800.00 (includes table signage and listing in event program)

Contact: Patty Johns
Contact Phone: (317) 472-5319
Contact E-mail: pjohns@ibj.com
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