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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Who knew he was gone?

Posted By on Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 2:04 PM

The Arkansas Republican Party's next fund-raiser for the 2008 get out the vote effort is being styled as a "Welcome Home Governor Huckabee" event.

For $10,000, you can get some private face time with The Huckster in style befitting a Rockefeller. (And no telling what he might be willing to work out as a side deal.)

GOP NEWS RELEASE

“Welcome Home Governor Huckabee”

A Victory ‘08 event honoring our former Governor to support the grassroots efforts on behalf of our Presidential nominee, Senator John McCain

Monday, August 11, 2008

 

Private Governor’s Reception for Event Chairmen and Vice Chairmen– 6:00 p.m.

At the home of Lisenne Rockefeller – 3518 Hill Road, Little Rock, AR 72205

Main Event – 7:00 p.m.

At the Clear Channel Metroplex – 10800 Colonel Glenn Road, Little Rock, AR 72204

Levels of Participation:

? Event Chairman - $10,000

-includes a private meeting with Governor Huckabee*, 6 tickets to the private Governor’s Reception with photo op for each (at the home of Lisenne Rockefeller), speaking role at the event*, 10 tickets to the main event (at the Clear Channel Metroplex), and listing in printed materials and on sponsor signage

 

? Vice Chairman - $5,000

-includes 4 tickets to the private Governor’s Reception with photo op for each (at the home of Lisenne Rockefeller), 10 tickets to the main event (at the Clear Channel Metroplex), and listing in printed materials and on sponsor signage

 

? Photo Op - $400 per couple - -includes one photo op for two as well as two tickets to the main event (all activities at the Clear Channel Metroplex)

 

? Event Ticket - $50 per person - -includes entrance to main event (at the Clear Channel Metroplex)

 

? I/We will be unable to attend, but wish to show my/our support to the RPA’s Victory ’08 efforts with the enclosed contribution of $ ________.

 

*limited meetings and speaking roles available on a first-come, first-serve basis

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