Human Rights Campaign: National Dinner

The Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) National Dinner is one of the largest political events in the U.S. and is always a star-studded affair, as leaders and entertainments from President Obama to Lady Gaga and Pink to The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu have turned out to show their support for the LGBT community.
The event, which attracts national media attention and more than 3,000 corporate sponsors, elected officials and attendees, fills the upper level exhibit halls of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC for a sit down dinner and expansive silent auction.
As the single largest annual fundraiser for HRC, not only does it raise essential funds through corporate sponsorship, ticket, raffle, silent auction and program book recognition page sales, but it also is an important and exciting event that allows more than 3,000 like-minded people to connect and focus on the future.
Hargrove has supported the dinner for over a decade with extensive décor, signage, equipment, carpet, drape and other equipment. In addition, Hargrove is proud to support the organization for a variety of other events and projects, including a past traveling exhibit, as well as the opening reception of its headquarters in Washington.

 “What I most appreciate about Hargrove is that they really like to be part of the team. It’s great to work with folks who are motivated to deliver a fabulous event…they figured out a way to help us take our event to the next level.” Chris Speron, Human Rights Campaign

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