November 22, 2017

2011 USA’s Independence Day Celebration

The American Chamber of Commerce in Romania proudly announces the 2011 edition of the USA’s Independence Day Party to take place on Saturday, 2nd of July!

The AmCham 4th of July Party is always a great occasion to get a taste of America through main ingredients such as American music, barbeque & drinks, attractive activities for children, raffle and a magnificent fireworks display later in the evening.

Please mark your calendars as you will not want to miss this wonderful evening to
to network and to have fun and relax together with your family members and business peers!

Patron and Corporate members in good standing will receive 2 (two) free invitation for two. Business, Non-Profit and Individual members will receive one free invitation for two. Kids up to 15 will be our guests.

Such events are only possible with your support which allows us to us to prepare an amazing party! Please visit the  page on the AmCham Romania website for a presentation of the sponsorship packages.

Additional invitations are available on request, so please contact the AmCham Office to find out how to buy extra invitations for your team, business partners or clients!

- 1 invitation: 500 RON
- 5 invitations: 2100 RON
- 10 invitations: 4200 RON

All invitations are valid for two.

Source of the news: AmCham Romania ()

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Independence Day honors the birthday of the United States of America and the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It’s a day of picnics and patriotic parades, a night of concerts and fireworks, and a reason to fly the American flag.

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