Presidential Candidate Daniel Imperato To Host United Nations Reception

August 28, 2007 - American Basketball Association (ABA) - Palm Beach Imperials News Release

New York City, NY. 2008 Independent Libertarian Presidential Candidate and owner of the ABA Palm Beach Imperial basketball team, has announced that he will be hosting a reception for world leaders and corporate dignitaries entitled, "Gathering the Nations."

The cocktail reception will take place on September 25, 2007 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City during eh United Nations (UN) General Assembly from 6-8pm. The event will be held in the Conrad Salon, and the dress code will be business attire.

Currently, Imperato, through the Imperato Worldwide Association, is corresponding with Presidents and Prime Ministers of various nations around the world along with UN Ambassadors to attend.

The reception has been designed to launch a new collaboration, led by Mr. Imperato, with humanitarian organizations, international governments, and financiers to implement and develop approximately $70 billion of identified humanitarian projects in over 40 countries around the world.

The event is being sponsored by Imperiali Organization LLC and other select companies in conjunction with several Guests of Honor organizations who Imperato represents. Those organizations are: Orden Bonaria, Knights of Malta, National Union of American Families, the Imperato Foundation, African Center Foundation, Latin/African American Chaplains Association and The Holy See, where Imperato serves as a Papal Knight.

The event is by invitation only. Those wishing to apply for an invitation may submit that request to the Imperato Worldwide Association at The Imperato Worldwide Association is a non-partisan project of the Imperato Foundation, a Florida 501(c)3 non profit organization. Or you can visit

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