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Grays of Westminster announce their Grand Christmas Dinner with Mike Maloney at the IoD

Grays of Westminster announce their Grand Christmas Dinner with Mike Maloney at the IoD

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Prize draw: one lucky attendee will walk away with a brand-new pair of Nikon High-Grade 2012 Olympic binoculars worth £469.00, courtesy of Nikon UK!
Prize draw: one lucky attendee will walk away with a brand-new pair of Nikon High-Grade 2012 Olympic binoculars worth £469.00, courtesy of Nikon UK!

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Grays of Westminster announce their GrandChristmas Dinner with Mike Maloney at the IoD
Prize draw: one lucky attendee will walk away with a brand-new  pair of Nikon High-Grade 2012 Olympic binoculars worth £469.00,courtesy of Nikon UK!
Mike Maloney OBE
– Grays of Westminster are delighted to announcetheir Grand Christmas Dinner at The Institute of Directors (IoD),London on Friday, 7th December, 2012, 6.30 p.m. – 10.30 p.m.The guest speaker this year is Britain’s most highly awarded pressphotographer, Mike Maloney OBE.The evening will comprise a superb Christmas dinner in themagnificent period restaurant at the Institute of Directors at 116Pall Mall, London, followed by a unique opportunity to listen to MikeMaloney’s amazing stories as he presents some of his images froma thirty-year career at the top of his field. Proceedings will begin at6.30pm with a Champagne reception followed by an introductionand welcome by Gray Levett (founder of Grays of Westminster), theChristmas meal, then Mike Maloney’s talk in the Morning Room.
Nikon High-Grade 10×25 London 2012 Olympics Binoculars worth £469
Special Prize
The prize-draw will be held during the evening and one luckyattendee will walk away with a brand-new pair of Nikon High-Grade10×25 London 2012 Olympics Binoculars worth £469, courtesy of Nikon UK! Waterproof and fog-free, these binoculars offer powerfulfeatures (including a close focusing distance of 3.2m.), with acompact foldable design convenient for carrying. Environmentallyfriendly materials have been used for the body, eyepiece caps, caseand strap and the eco-glass optics are free from lead and arsenic.The IoD is a grand Regency building and its sweeping marblestaircase and vast walls covered in 18th and 19th century canvasesprovides a spectacular backdrop for the evening; the periodrestaurant at the IoD is a most fitting venue for this elegant,traditional Christmas celebration.
Institute of Directors, London
Cost of the evening: £155 per ticket, £95 for current Nikon Ownersubscribers.*
How to book
To book a place, contact Gillian Greenwood by email only with yourfull name, Nikon Owner subscription number if available, postcode,daytime mobile and landline, your menu choice (traditional or
vegetarian) and the name of any guest you would like to bring withyou. It is important to note that we are unfortunately unable to taketelephone messages with regard to your booking. Anyone interestedin attending this very popular event is advised to book early -places are limited!gillian.greenwood@graysofwestminster.co.uk *if you are not a current Nikon Owner subscriber, you are welcometo join Nikon Owner when we call you to receive the benefit of booking the Christmas Event at the lower price.
About Mike Maloney
Mike Maloney has won over 107 major photographic awards and, in2005, became the only “Fleet Street” photographer to have beenawarded the OBE for services to photo-journalism. Three timesvoted Press Photographer of the year, he was Chief Photographerfor Mirror Group Newspapers before turning freelance in 2002. Healso has numerous Royal tours to his credit, as well asphotographing world leaders like Clinton, Reagan, Gorbachev andYeltsin with resulting invitations to dine at both The White Houseand the Kremlin.Mike is a Freeman of the City of London, and was awarded anhonorary Doctor of Arts degree by the University of Lincoln, hishometown, for “a lifetime’s work in photography and his help toyoung people.” At the ceremony in Lincoln Cathedral he was able toread out a personal letter of congratulations from Queen Elizabeththe Queen Mother. Mike was known to be the Queen Mother’sfavourite press photographer.He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and afellow of the British institute of Professional Photographers. Mikehas held several exhibitions of his work.This year, Mike is to teach aspiring photographers at the Universityof Lincoln after accepting a Visiting Professorship.
About Grays of Westminster
Grays of Westminster, the multi-award-winning Nikon-only shop,was founded over a quarter of a century ago by Gray Levett withthe idea of creating a world-class camera store, offering a servicethat was second to none.

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