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AmCham Ball celebrates US-SL bond


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The American Chamber of Commerce in Sri Lanka hosted its 20th AmCham Ball on 19 May 2018 at the Cinnamon Grand Oak Room, Colombo. The theme for this year’s ball was ‘Greater Together,’ which celebrates the strong bond between the United States of America and Sri Lanka. The event is a black-tie event with a five-course sit-down dinner and is one of the most significant events in Colombo’s social calendar. The occasion was graced by the US Ambassador to Sri Lanka and Maldives Atul Keshap, State Minister of Finance Eran Wickramaratne, State Minister of National Policies and Economic Affairs Harsha De Silva, officials of the US Embassy and other special guests. The main sponsors of the event were Dialog and Citi bank with Sysco Labs as the Silver Sponsor – Pix by Samantha Perera


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