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The USO Northwest 5-Star Gala is an event not to be missed! The Gala benefits the USONW and our local military and their families. Join more than 350 guests, local celebrities and military heroes from all five branches of the service for an evening of award-winning food, exciting live auction and extraordinary silent auction. Show your support for the men and women protecting our freedoms each and every day!

5:00 P.M. - VIP Reception honoring distinguished military personnel and sponsors

6:00 P.M. - Cocktails, silent and wine auctions

7:15 P.M. - Dinner and live auction

USO Northwest 5-Star Gala 2014 Gala Honorary Chairs
Dr. Robert Gates & Rear Admiral Herb Bridge, USNR

May 2014 Updates

    Gala sponsors include Brown Bear, Davita, Betty & Kemper Freeman, Premera Blue Cross, Puget Sound 

    Energy, The Seattle Mariners, and UniSea.

April 2014 Updates
    USO Northwest announces Delta Air Lines as the Presenting Sponsor of this year's gala!
 Boeing's generous support of USO Northwest continues as a 5-Star Sponsor!

March 2014 Updates
    The emcee and auctioneer for the Gala have been confirmed!
 Andy Wappler, current Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Puget Sound Energy and former Chief 
    Meterologist at KIRO-TV, is the evening's emcee. 

 John Curley, host of his own talk show covering the day's news on 97.3 KIRO FM and Emmy Award 
    winning host of King 5 TV's Evening Magazine, will be our auctioneer.

The venue for the Gala will be The Westin Bellevue.
2014 Sponsors



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