Friday, December 11, 2009

Carl Camon for Governor 2010 Fundraiser on January 16 in Warner Robins

The honor of your presence is requested, and we officially invite you to join us as we celebrate the future of the Great State of Georgia, by joining The Honorable Carl Camon, Candidate for Governor of Georgia, and the Committee of Hope, for their first fundraising event of 2010.

For over twenty years, Carl Camon has demonstrated his loyalty to our community, our state, and our nation, and he has once again answered the call to serve. Carl has a vision of becoming the people’s governor, and his goal is to bring government back home to the people where it belongs. Carl will work hard to ensure that your voice is heard at the highest level of state government. Carl believes that there is a misconception that you have to look a certain way, be a millionaire, or live in a large city to become governor of Georgia. The fact of the matter is that most people are not millionaires and most people aren’t from large cities, but they are hard working Georgians, who want to be treated fairly. This election is not about Carl, but it is about Georgians who desire to have a strong advocate that will listen and one who will represent all of the people.

Your presence at this event will be an indication that you are ready for long-lasting and meaningful change in Georgia. If for some reason, you are not able to attend, please write or email Carl at the addresses above, and let him know that you are a supporter of his vision to bring hope to all of Georgia, by sending a donation.

The event will be held January 16th, 2010, from 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M., at the Ramada Inn Conference Center, 2024 Watson Blvd, Warner Robins, Georgia. The attire for this event is semi-formal and the ticket price is $40.00 per plate. Please RSVP by January 5th, 2010. Contacts: Dr. Cheryl Young – 1-478-320-9498, Mary Mollay – 1-229-455-6198, Carl Camon – 1-229-455-2708, or Rosalyn Crymes – 1-478-293-0237. /

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