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November 8    Reception 6:30pm    Dinner 7:30pm    Cipriani 42nd Street, New York    Black Tie

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American Australian Association Benefit Dinner 2010
Sets all time record high
On Monday November 8, 2010, over 600 people gathered at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York for the American Australian Association's Benefit Dinner 2010 honoring James J. Mulva, Chairman and CEO of ConocoPhillips, and William H. Swanson, Chairman and CEO of Raytheon Company. More>>
One of Hollywood's biggest stars and People Magazine's 2008 Sexiest Man Alive, Hugh Jackman will host the Association's Benefit Dinner. Host of the spectacular 81st Academy Awards and three-time host of the Tony Awards and Emmy winner, the multi-talented Australian superstar promises an exciting program for the evening as the Master of Ceremonies.
As GLEE hits off with yet another spectacular new season on FOX, we are even more excited to announce that its lead star Matthew Morrison will be the special guest performer at the Benefit Dinner 2010.
We are very pleased to announce our Dinner Leadership 2010 including Lead Dinner Chairs News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch, The Dow Chemical Company CEO Andrew Liveris, The Coca-Cola Company CEO Muhtar Kent, General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt, and Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman.
We are proud to present this year's Honorees ConocoPhillips CEO Jim Mulva and Raytheon CEO Bill Swanson, who represent two of the leading companies in the United States and in Australia.
The Association is honored to feature Jackson Pollock's Blue poles on its Benefit Dinner 2010 materials courtesy of the National Gallery of Australia.
See photos and media coverage of our Benefit Dinner last year honoring Amgen CEO Kevin Sharer and Chevron CEO Dave O'Reilly.
Find transportation and area information such as nearby hotels and parking. Cipriani 42nd Street is located in Midtown East near Grand Central Terminal.
   Our 2010 Honorees are ConocoPhillips CEO James J. Mulva and Raytheon
   CEO William H. Swanson. Proceeds from the Benefit Dinner go towards
   building the Association's Education Fund. The American Australian Association
   is a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting alliances across the Pacific.
 Jackson Pollock Blue poles 1952 | National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, purchased 1973
 © 2010 Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
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