Use of "at" or "to"
On many occasions, our vendor partners are kind enough to include the General Travel Association (GTA) chapter members as guests to these events throughout the year. Should it be “to the event” or “at the event”?
'At' is more static, 'to' suggests movement, so is more appropriate in this case, especially when you have the expression 'throughout the year", which suggests they keep getting invited to the event.
The GTA members were very pleased to be included as guests at the event.
That's my humble opinion.
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