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2016 Leaders of the Year

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Leaders of the Year in Public Policy

October 13, 2016

5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Sheraton Grand Phoenix

340 N 3rd St.

Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Awards cocktail event and presentation celebrating outstanding individuals and organizations for advancing public policy to impact the state and lives of Arizonans.

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Sponsorship opportunities available.

Contact Kim McWherter for details at 602.8897125 or kim.mcwherter@azcapitoltimes.com.

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VIP Table: $1,500           Table of 10: $1,000          Individual Tickets: $95

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Purchase individual tickets, tables and VIP seating HERE.

Register before September 16th to receive FREE parking pass. 2 ticket minimum required.

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This year’s LOTY winners:

Arts & Humanities – Dr. Steven Tepper

Associations – Arizona Association of Realtors

Business – SWIFT

Economic Development – Todd Sanders

Education – Morrison Institute for Public Policy

Environment – Arizona Trail Association

Government – Sue Black

Health Care – Jason Winsky

Legislative – Sen. Steve Pierce

Non-Profit – Arizona Community Foundation

Public Safety – Brad Carlyon & KC Clark

Social Service – Barrow Concussion & Brain Injury Center

Technology – Steven Zylstra

Transportation – UBER

Volunteerism – Seth Leibsohn

Unsung Hero – Michael DiMaria

Up and comer – Christopher Glover

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