Expressing regret for not informing readers of Senator Harry Reid luncheon, Allegheny Treasures commits to do better the next time.

Please accept my apologies for not having this out to readers in time for them to make reservations.  Here’s what you missed.

The invitation read as follows:

I wanted to send a quick reminder about the special breakfast with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid this Wednesday, September 22nd, with energy and natural resources industry leaders. The event begins at 7:45 am at Charlie Palmer Steak.

This will be one of our last events in Washington, DC before the election in November. I encourage all of you to attend and to pass this invite along to your clients and colleagues.

As you know, this is an incredibly important race, and a very close one. The latest Reuters/Ipsos poll has us ahead by two. Sharron Angle is spending over $500,000 a week on TV while Karl Rove and their Tea Party pals pump in even more. Your support will ensure that we can go toe-to-toe with them and win on November 2nd.

Thank you, and I look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
-Josh

American Wind Energy Association PAC
Edison International PAC
ITC Holdings PAC
Solar Energy Industries Association PAC

(Host Committee In Formation)
cordially invite you to join them for a breakfast honoring
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
Wednesday, September 22, 2010 7:45 am – 8:30 am

Location: Charlie Palmer Steak
101 Constitution Ave. NW
Washington, DC

Suggested Contribution:
$2,500 PAC Host
$1,500 PAC Guest
$500 Individual

Contributions should be made payable to “Friends for Harry Reid”

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