Press Release: 2017 APACC Blood of the Dragon Press Release, September 5, 2017
Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce®
Livonia, Michigan – The Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC), along with 150 special guests, will gather at the historic home of automotive aristocrat Matilda Dodge Wilson, for the Chamber’s highly-anticipated APACC Blood of the Dragon “Taste of Asian Fusion” wine and sake networking reception.
The event will take place from 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at Meadow Brook Hall in Rochester, MI. Guests comprised of corporate executives and leaders within the Asian community will arrive dressed primarily in red and burgundy attire to view classic cars and explore the estate while networking and enjoying a fusion of cuisine from China, India, Japan and Korea.
In addition, corporate buyers will attend to meet with minority-owned and certified companies. Invited buyers include Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Comerica Bank, DENSO International America, DTE Energy, Faurecia North America, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, and St. John Providence.
“APACC is excited to offer this unique signature event,” added APACC Executive Director Alysia Green. “Guests will have the opportunity to experience a bit of Asian and Pacific Islander culture while casually conducting business in an intimate setting. For those who haven’t already registered, they are going to miss out on an awesome event!”
Registration includes all food and beverage. APACC Members and Strategic Partners $75; Future Members $100. Visit www.apacc.net or call 248.430.5855.
Title sponsor: Faurecia North America; Passport sponsor: Fiat Chysler Automobiles; Supporting sponsors: General Motors, DTE Energy, MGM Grand Detroit & The Kroger Co. of Michigan; Media sponsor: Corp! Magazine; Magazine sponsor: DBusiness; limited sponsorships still available. Contact Alysia Green for additional information.
APACC’ mission is to facilitate business relationships among Asian and U.S. based companies, and to promote the economic advancement of Asian Pacific Americans
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