2019 HOLIDAY PARTY – Same Hotel, Different Space. Look for the Sands!

YOU ARE INVITED – Location Change!  Still at the Valley Ho! Now in the SANDS Venue which is a separate building at the hotel.

To attend the AZWA Annual Member Holiday Party

A ticket gets you in the door, one drink ticket, food, and a raffle ticket. An array of yummy appetizers & desserts will be served.

We’ll be mixing things up this year with some great opportunities to connect  with other members!  It will be lots of fun!

Please consider a donation of a raffle item to raise money for the family of Chad Campbell, who was a member of the Arizona Wireless Association that passed away earlier this summer. All proceeds will go toward establishing a college fund for his children.

December 5th, 2019  5:30 – 9:30 pm
Hotel Valley Ho Sands Venue – Indoor and Outdoor space!  Separate building at the hotel.
6850 E. Main Street, Scottsdale, AZ  85251


$75 at the door.


Please Support Our Holiday Fundraiser

We have set up a donation opportunity to support an AZWA member that passed away earlier this year.  All donations will go directly to the family in support of Chad’s children and their college fund.  Donate now by clicking below or donate by purchasing a raffle ticket at the Holiday party.

REMEMBERING CHAD CAMPBELL  “Words will never be able to fully explain what an exceptional, selfless man Chad Campbell was.  His smile came so naturally.  Even as ALS was taking his body from him he would lament on how lucky he was to have 45 years on this planet.  He had an uncanny ability to connect with all different types of people having the rare gift of actually being interested in what others have to say.  He lived a full and amazing life as he was liked and loved by many people.  Of all he did, his greatest accomplishment was producing two incredible daughters.  Betty, 6, and Raegan, 4, were a dream come true for Chad.  His biggest concern was not how this disease was going to affect him, but how it would affect his daughters.  His only wish was to make sure they were taken care of when he was gone.”

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