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You are cordially invited to the 17th Annual Ithaca College Etiquette Dinner. Meet and mingle with students, fellow alumni, and local professionals while enjoying a delicious catered meal. 

This event is hosted by the American Marketing Association, Career Services and the 2014 Senior Class Cabinet. 

Three-Course-Meal + Cocktail Hour
November 20th 
6:00PM
Emerson Suites
Guest Speaker: Barbara Lang
Dress Professionally
$12 ($10 with Senior Card)

Registration for this long-standing tradition will take place between November 5th-12th from 10am-3pm in the Business School, Park School and Campus Center. The value of your ticket includes a professionally catered meal, etiquette training, networking opportunities, and entrance into multiple raffles from across the Ithaca area.

The Etiquette Dinner is a chance for students to learn how to eat properly in professional meal settings. To expand upon our knowledge base, we have invited alumni from schools across campus to attend share their expertise. This year our business etiquette expert and Keynote speaker, Barbara Lang will prepare attendees for future business dining situations. The Etiquette Dinner provides a chance for students, alumni and business professionals to connect in a educational setting in order to establish professional etiquette skills to prepare for your future.

More info on Barbara Lang visit http://www.restauranttoretail.com/blang.html

 If you are interested in attending but need financial help to cover this fee, please contact bvalent2@ithaca.edu

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