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SFNet Philadelphia Chapter 2019 Joint Holiday Gathering with TMA Philadelphia|Wilmington
December 4, 2019 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Philadelphia , PA
ONLINE ADVANCE REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS EVENT ARE NOW CLOSED. WALK-IN REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE DOOR WITH PAYMENT.
Register to join the TMA Philadelphia/Wilmington Chapter Members for our final event of 2019, our annual joint holiday networking gathering with the SFNet Philadelphia Chapter (formerly CFA) returning to our venue, The Raqcuet Club of Philadelphia.
Bring plenty of business cards to share with new & old acquaintances, while sipping cocktails and sampling delicious hors d'oeuvres.
Click here for parking information for The Racquet Club of Philadelphia, or visit http://rcop.com/
$135/person through 11/8
$140/person through 11/29
$145/person through the day of the event
$160/person through 11/8
$165/person through 11/29
$170/person through the day of the event
About The Racquet Club of Philadelphia:
The Racquet Club’s dress code is Business Casual Attire. This means slacks and a dress shirt for men and comparable attire for women. Denim pants and/or athletic shoes are not allowed during this event.
Founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1889, The Racquet Club of Philadelphia continues to be one of the most prestigious private city clubs in North America. The Club started its life in a modest facility at 923 Walnut Street, but under the leadership of George D. Widener, The Racquet Club of Philadelphia’s clubhouse was designed and relocated to its current 16th street location by the famed architect, Horace Trumbauer.
The design was a simple, yet elegant five story brick-and-marble structure in the newly fashionable Georgian Revival style. Historian Nathaniel Burt described the new 1907 Clubhouse as “by far the best appointed…of all Philadelphia clubs.” The clubhouse is one of the first reinforced concrete structures designed in Philadelphia, and also includes the first above grade swimming pool, designed by the noted bridge builders, Roebling Construction Company. The building’s red-brick Georgian design is evocative of historic Philadelphia, and the Clubhouse was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
Thank you to our Lead Sponsor:
All sales final. No refunds or credits for future events. Substitutions will be accepted, in writing, to the chapter executive.
Contact: Andrea Pauson
Phone Number: 215-657-5551