John McCain high end fund-raiser ($100,000 for VIP reception) at Chicago’s Drake Hotel on Wednesday

SHARE John McCain high end fund-raiser ($100,000 for VIP reception) at Chicago’s Drake Hotel on Wednesday

Presumptive GOP nominee Sen. John McCain (R-Az.) hit the Drake Hotel in Chicago on Wednesday for a very high end fund-raiser, with the top tier givers at $100,000.

The event chairs are the who’s who of the Illinois GOP establishment..Greg Crecos,Ronald Gidwitz

Charles Potter, Jr., Craig Duchossois, William Graham and Richard Williamson.

For the complete list and copy of the invite, click below…

Event

What: Chicago Finance Event

When: June 18, 2008 5:30 p.m.

Where: The Drake Chicago

140 East Walton Place

Chicago, IL

John McCain returns to Illinois for a finance reception in Chicago on Wednesday, June 18, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.

Individuals or couples who raise or contribute $100,000 are invited to a Leadership Reception, along with the main reception. Individuals or couples who raise or contribute $25,000 are invited to a Finance Committee Reception, along with the main reception. Individuals or couples who raise or contribute $10,000 are invited to a Photo Opportunity, along with the main reception. Tickets for the main reception and a VIP Viewing, are $2,300 per person. Tickets to the main reception are $1,000 per person. The Leadership Reception begins at 5:30 p.m.; the Finance Committee Reception begins at 6:00 p.m.; the Photo Opportunity begins at 6:30 p.m.; and the Main Reception begins at 7:00 p.m.

All events take place at the Drake Chicago, at 140 East Walton Place. Business Attire is requested.

Please click here to purchase a ticket online today!

For more information, please contact Pam Kinsey Lungmus at 847-446-9102 or by email at pam@pklconsulting.com.

This invitation is extended by the following people:

EVENT CHAIRMAN

William H. Strong

EVENT CO-CHAIRMAN

Greg CrecosRonald Gidwitz

Charles Potter, Jr.Craig Duchossois

William GrahamRichard Williamson

EVENT VICE CHAIRMAN

John BorlingJulie & Patrick Brady

Charles DouglasPeter Fasseas

Bryan FoyKenneth Griffin

Patrick Haynes IIIJames Kenny

James NalepaMatthew Sample

Ronald SoriniNorman Bobins

Richard ChaifetzJames Durkin

Donald FitesTerence Graunke

Donald HaiderEileen Kamerick

Fred KrehbielJerry Reinsdorf

Samuel SkinnerRobert Stuart

EVENT FINANCE COMMITTEE

Robert AllegriniSunny Chico

John EdwardsonKent Gray

Frank HartmannEdwin Hodge

Dean MihasBrian McCormick

David McSweeneyJason Speer

Sandy ThompsonMary Jo Arndt

James CoxworthTyrone Fahner

Doug GraneBrian Herbstritt

Michael KeiserJohn McCabe

Andy McKenna Jr.William Shepherd

Nina StephensonJohn Walter

Committee in Formation at Time of Publishing.

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