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The Convention Banquet has always been a nice way to end the Convention. But we seem to have slipped into a rather careless attitude about it. We see people attending the Banquet very carelessly dressed - well-worn Jeans, faded T-sirts, wearing Hats during the meal, etc. Hardly the dignity expected at such an occasion - We are not eating at MacDonolds. The first Convention Banquet I attended (Washington, D.C. 1968) most of us wore a Coat and Tie and were neatly dressed. I realize that was a long time ago and "casual" is more popular today. But there are various degrees of "casual". I prefer "Upscale casual". That is; clean long pants, a Shirt with collar, and no hat worn during dinner. I propose we consider adopting "Upscale Casual" per above as the "suggested" Convention Banquet Attire. Your Thoughts?