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    What's News > Gump's 2006 PB Event information
    Gump's 2006 PB Event information
    - 07/14/2006

    Gump's is pleased to announce the dates for our annual Patricia Breen events:

    Tuesday September 12, 2006 at 6:30 - 8:30 pm
    Cocktail party at Gump's, San Francisco
    Attendance is limited to 100
    Cost: $ 100.00 per person

    Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 1:00 - 4:00 pm
    Ornament signing at Gump's, San Francisco

    There will be an event-only piece available for special order on the night of the cocktail party. This piece will be delivered at a future date. Four additional event pieces will be available for purchase on Wednesday only. Please note: You must be present at the event to purchase the event pieces. No phone orders will be taken.

    As in previous years, attendance at the cocktail party ensures you a number so that you are one of the first 100 guests in line for the Wednesday, September 13, event.

    The special ornaments for each event have not been announced.

    Patricia Breen will be in attendance for both events and will be signing event pieces on Wednesday.

    To make a reservation for the cocktail party or for further information, please call 415 984-9250 or you may send an email to
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