PR: Republican Professionals Two-Year Anniversary Bash

Republican Professionals

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – October 12, 2009

Contact: Andy McMillan

Republican Professionals Two-Year Anniversary Bash A Special Night Highlighting GOP Women in Politics

Scottsdale, Arizona – Mark your calendar for 6:00pm, October 20th, because Republican Professionals is kicking of its two year anniversary in style at the posh Scottsdale Plaza Resort.

The tremendous success of Republican Professionals is going to be celebrated with a champagne toast, silent auction, and party favors. Over the past two years, thousands have attended the free networking events for politicians, political candidates, and business professionals. Likeminded enthusiasts use this unique social platform to express their thoughts and interact with their elected leaders.

This month’s special event features three highly accomplished women in politics. Brenda Burns, the first woman elected to both Arizona House Majority Leader and Arizona Senate President, will start things off.

Joining her will be Laura Knaperek, an eight year member of the Arizona State House, and Starlee Rhoades, the Vice President of Communications at the Goldwater Institute. All three distinguished guests will discuss their experiences in public service and the importance of women in politics.

Don’t forget, Scottsdale Plaza Resort opens its doors at 6:00pm on Tuesday, October 20th. Given the popularity of past events and the buzz generated by our anniversary announcement, Republican Professionals highly encourages you to RSVP early at www.phxrp.com. As always, newcomers are welcome.

Republican Professionals hosts free networking events each month in the Phoenix metropolitan area. For future event or contact information, view the website at www.phxrp.com or contact Thomas Galvin at thomas@republicanprofessionals.org.

The purpose of Republican Professionals is to increase the participation of Republicans in the political process, further the goals of the Republican Party, and bring Republicans together so that they may network, volunteer, organize and communicate with fellow professionals.


Comments

  1. I would hardly call 25 people at your last event a success. Let’s step it up and have some real events. The party needs it.

  2. Horst Kraus says

    Allison,
    If this was a prayer, I am afraid it wont be answered.
    “On The Rocks” has captured the advantage.
    And they are on the the better tracks. That is just my call. Sorry, no offence intended or implied.

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