BROADWAY, RESTAURANTS, SPORTING EVENTS ARE ALL BACK
AND THE 68TH ANNUAL PRINT DRIVES AMERICA FRANKLIN EVENT
IS ON FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 2021 AT 6PM IN NYC
More Than Sixteen Sponsor Tables Have Been Sold
Pent-Up Demand is Evident, But Still Room For More
Be Sure To Register For Your Tables or Seats Today
New York, September 16th, 2021….Print & Graphic Communications Association has again announced that the confirmed date for the 68th Print Drives America Franklin Event is* Wednesday, November 17th 2021*
Tom Quinlan, former CEO of LSC Communication and RR Donnelley remains the 2020 Franklin Honoree. The 2021 Franklin Honoree is Michael Duggal, CEO of Duggal Visual Solutions.
The event will run from 6pm-9pm with cocktails at 6pm, dinner at 7pm and Awards at 8pm followed by an after party. Over sixteen table sponsorships have been confirmed with dozens more in the pipeline. With pent up demand, a full capacity audience is expected and the event will sell out, so be sure to reserve your tables and seats now.
The 68th Annual Print Drives America Franklin Event will be held in New York City at the prestigious Club 101, a private club located in the iconic Kalikow Building located on Park Avenue at the corner of 40th Street. This is the industry’s most prestigious printing industry event.
Proceeds will go to the Print Drives America Foundation that is the national champion and cheerleader for the America’s print industry. Marty Maloney, Executive Vice President of the Print & Graphic Communications Association and Executive Director of Print Drives America stated “the Franklin Event is an opportunity to support and celebrate the entire print industry.”
Sponsorships will be kept at the same cost as in the past. Sponsorships that includes a table of eight are available at $6500 and half tables of four are $3500. Individual seats are now available at $350. Call or email Marty Maloney to add your name to the sponsor’s list or reserve your seat. firstname.lastname@example.org, 203 912 0804.
All Sponsorship Tables are considered donations and are tax deductible. A reminder – all NYC venues require proof of vaccination to be shown at entry.