Nadler for Congress Breakfast Event (Tuesday August 21st- 8:45-10:45)
The Coffee Shop – 29 Union Square West at 16th Street, NYC
Please join A2IM and The Independent Music Community as we honor Congressman JERRY NADLER (NY-8), one of independent music’s greatest supporters!
We will be thanking Congressman Jerry Nadler for his years of support of the music creator community’s copyrights and his support of the proposed Performance Right Act to get artists and music labels compensated when their music is played on over-the air AM/FM radio. Contributions, which need to be personal contributions, not company contributions, start at $25 (and you get breakfast!) although we hope some of you will join Rich, Jim and others as hosts at the $250 level, more here.
Please send your checks to A2IM. If you contribute on line please let us know before the event.
A2IM and Daryl Friedman (of The Recording Academy®)
invite you to
a breakfast reception
in support of
Congressman JERRY NADLER (NY-8)
Please join A2IM and the Independent Music Community in thanking Congressman Jerry Nadler for his years of support of the music creator community’s copyrights and his support of the proposed Performance Right Act to get artists and music labels compensated when their music is played on over-the air AM/FM radio
Daryl Friedman (The Recording Academy®)
Scott Ambrose Reilly
August 21, 2012
8:45 AM to 10:45 AM
29 Union Square West at 16th St., NYC
Host: $250 Friend: $100
Please make checks payable to ‘Nadler For Congress’
And Send to A2IM
853 Broadway, Suite 1406, New York, NY 10003
or contribute online at: www.jerrynadler.com
If you contribute on line please let us know before the event.
For more information, contact Rich Bengloff or Sheryl Cohen at (212) 999-6113
Contributions to Nadler For Congress are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 in an election cycle. Federal candidates cannot accept contributions from corporations and foreign nationals. Persons are prohibited from making contributions in the name of another person. Political contributions are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Individual and partnership limit is $2,500 per election, federal PAC limit is $5,000 per election.
Paid for by Nadler For Congress, Lewis Weissman, Treasurer