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SPECIAL MEMBERS-ONLY INVITATION for CIVIC COCKTAIL JUNE 5th
Presented by Seattle City Club | Crosscut | Seattle Channel
CIVIC COCKTAIL: Mixing Business & Politics
Wednesday, June 5th at The Palace Ballroom, 2100 5th Ave, Seattle
Doors open at 5:30PM | Program begins at 6:00PM
Special members-only invitation: Crosscut members are invited
to come early at 5 pm to join Crosscut publisher Greg Shaw
for conversation and a complimentary beverage.
June’s Civic Cocktail infuses Seattle’s upcoming mayoral race with conversation about the business climate in our community. Throw in a splash or two from the state’s legislative special session and watch what shakes out. This month’s panelists include Senate Majority Leader Rodney Tom, D-Medina (session permitting), Howard Behar, former president of Starbucks International and current Vice Chair of the Washington Business Alliance and Crosscut columnist Knute Berger. Stay tuned as we add other panelist to the mix. Host Brian Callanan moderates the discussion while the audience poses questions and comments.
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