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April 2 All day

Please join us for an amazing day of events with Admiral James Stavridis as he launches his latest book, 2054, a successor to his best-selling book 2034. This event will be in partnership with ATLVets, Atlanta History Center, Atlanta Press Club and VETLANTA. There are multiple events offered to allow as many of our members access to hear ADM Stavridis as possible. We hope you will be able to join us for one or more of the events on April 2nd. Admiral Stavridis, a distinguished military leader and author, will discuss his latest book and shares insights from his remarkable career. Spaces are filling up quickly so please do not hesitate to register and mark your calendars!

LUNCHEON EVENT – REGISTER HERE

1. Exclusive Luncheon and Speaking Event (11:30 AM – 1:30 PM)

  • Location: Buckhead Club – Ball Room
  • Attire: Business
  • Limited to a select number of guests, the Exclusive Luncheon will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage in a relaxed and intimate setting with Admiral Stavridis. Guests will enjoy a multi-course meal, receive a signed copy of his book **OUTLINED IN TICKET OPTIONS**, and have the chance to ask questions and engage in meaningful conversations.

2. Book Signing (1:30 PM – 2:00 PM)

  • Location: Buckhead Club – Ball Room
  • After the Speaking event, Admiral Stavridis will sign copies of his latest book, which will be available for purchase prior to or at the event. This session is open to both private dinner guests and those attending the speaking event.

Additional Event Details

Ticket Types:

  • Exclusive Luncheon
    • Provides access to the book signing and speaking event
  • Exclusive Luncheon Package with Book Purchase
    • Provides access to the book signing and speaking event along with a signed copy of the book

EVENING EVENT – REGISTER HERE

1. Private Dinner (5:00 PM – 7:00 PM)

  • Location: Atlanta History Center – Dining Room
  • Attire: Business
  • Limited to a select number of guests, the private dinner will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage in a relaxed and intimate setting with Admiral Stavridis. Guests will enjoy a cocktail hour and gourmet multi-course meal, receive a signed copy of his book, and have the chance to ask questions and engage in meaningful conversations.

2. Speaking Event (7:00 PM – 8:30 PM) Tickets for General Admission can be purchased on the AHC site (coming soon)

  • Location: Main Event Hall
  • Attire: Business Casual +
  • Admiral Stavridis will take the stage to deliver a captivating talk on leadership, national security, and the lessons he has learned throughout his illustrious career. The speaking engagement will include anecdotes from his time in the military and his public service.

3. Book Signing (8:30 PM – 9:00 PM)

  • Location: Main Event Hall
  • After the Speaking event, Admiral Stavridis will sign copies of his latest book, which will be available for purchase prior to or at the event. This session is open to both private dinner guests and those attending the speaking event.

Additional Event Details

Ticket Types:

  • Private Dinner and Event Package
    • Includes private dinner, book signing, and speaking event access
    • Dinner guests will have the opportunity for a meet-and-greet with Admiral Stavridis before the private dinner and priority seating during the speaking event
  • Book Signing and Speaking Event Only
    • Provides access to the book signing and speaking event
    • Excludes the private dinner
Free – $200

Cost: $Free – 200

Organizer:

STalley@bens.org

StavridisSE

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