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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Bargain price for Hillary tickets

Posted By on Thu, Jun 7, 2007 at 9:51 AM

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will keynote the Democratic Party's Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner June 23.

And, now, the party says tickets to the event are available for a bargain $25. Party Chair Bill Gwatney bills the offer as an inducement to bring some new people into party activities. The cheap-o tickets don't include floor access or dinner at Alltel Arena for the event, but concession stands will be open for the peanut gallery.

Floor seats -- about 1,500 -- were sold out, at $100 per. Want a $25 ticket? Call 537-0190.

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