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Amy Sabin

It's actually $15 per person and $25 for a couple. Sorry for the confusion!


I think that this shows a lot about how bad the architecture community is at marketing itself. This is a wonderful opportunity for a section of the community that is on the fence about hiring an Architect to be introduced to why they need to hire one, and it's not free? It HAS be free in order to reach out to the most people!!!! How many people are going to pay money in order to be convinced they need to hire an Architect? Think about the "Architecture advice for a nickle" guy and what he did so successfully, he put out a little free community outreach and did wonders for himself and the architecture community as a whole. Lets get with the program here AIA.


We will not turn anyone away based on their ability to pay. Feel free to contact us if you would like to attend.
-The Staff at AIA

Mike D.

Perhaps Greg should donate more of his time to the AIA since they currently operate on a skeleton crew and can only host functions of this sort due to volunteers, donations and nominal attendance fees.

Sadly, economics ru(i)n our world...

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