2013 Reagan Day Dinner with Governor Rick Perry
Sullivan County, TENN, May 23, 2012 - The Sullivan County Republican Party has
scheduled its 2013 Reagan Day Dinner. The event will be held at 6:30 p.m. on
Thursday, June 20, 2013 at Bristol Motor Speedway located in Bristol, Tennessee. The
featured speaker at this year's event will be Governor Rick Perry of Texas.
"We are excited to have Governor Perry join us for this year's dinner," said Keith Parker,
Sullivan County Republican Party Chairman. "A well known leader in the Republican
party, Governor Perry has led Texas’ strong economy, improved education, and
strengthened borders through conservative leadership and fiscal discipline. His record
proves he's one of the nation's top chief executives and that conservative solutions can
address the challenges facing our nation today. He's sure to be a great keynote speaker
and will be a great highlight to what continues to be an amazing event."
Tickets for the event are $50 per person and may be requested by emailing
email@example.com or calling 423-323-8700. Sponsorships are also available
for the event upon request.
About Governor Rick Perry
Rick Perry has served as the 47th Governor of Texas since 2000. The first graduate of
Texas A&M to serve in that office, Governor Perry served in the United States Air Force.
During his tenure as Governor, Perry encouraged investments in Texas’ economy,
education, and security while reducing budgeted spending by over $3 billion. While
keeping the economy strong and strengthening border control efforts, Governor Perry
also introduced the largest teacher incentive pay program in the country. He and his
wife Anita have two grown children.
For more information about Governor Perry please see his bio at http://governor.state.tx.us/about/
About the Sullivan County Reagan Day Dinner
The Sullivan County Reagan Day Dinner honors the life of our 40th President of the
United States, Ronald Reagan, and celebrates the recent accomplishments of the
Sullivan County Republican Party and it's members. The event serves as the Party's
only fundraiser, raising funds to support local Republican candidates in Sullivan County.