GAGOP Young Professionals Event and YACHT ROCK REVUE

Please join the Georgia Republican Party

for a

Young Professionals Event*

featuring The Yacht Rock Revue

Yacht Rock

Tuesday, April 13th

6:00-9:30 pm

Atlanta Brewing Company

Red Brick

2323 DeFoor Hills Road, N.W. Atlanta 30318

Admission includes:

-Beer, Soft Drinks and Souvenir Glass

-Food provided by Williamson Bros BBQ

Williamson Brothers B-B-Q

Tickets

(available on a first-come, first-served basis):

Online Purchase

$30 Early Bird Special

(ends Wednesday, March 24th)

$40 (ends Friday, April 9th)

Please click here

$45 At the Door

Sponsorship opportunities available.

Please contact the Finance Department at 404.257.5559 x239 or x274.

*This event is only for guests 21 of age and over. ID required at the door.

The GAGOP defines “young professional” as someone who is, knows, or once was a young professional.

Contributions to the Georgia Republican Party are not deductible as charitable contributions for state or federal income tax purposes. Federal law requires political committees to use our best efforts to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200.00 in a calendar year.   State law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation and employer of any person making a contribution of $101.00 or more in an election cycle.  Individual contributions not exceeding federal limits will be deposited in the Georgia Republican Party federal account.  Corporate contributions will be deposited in the Georgia Republican Party non-federal state account.  Contributions to the Georgia Republican Party federal account are limited to $10,000 per individual and $5,000 per multi-candidate PAC per calendar year. Contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited. A copy of our report is available from the Federal Election Commission in Washington, DC and from the State Ethics Commission in Atlanta, Georgia.

Paid for by the Georgia Republican Party

Not authorized by any candidate or any candidate’s committee

P.O. Box 550008– Atlanta, Georgia 30355 404.257.5559 – WWW.GAGOP.ORG – 404.257.0779 (fax)

Sue P. Everhart, Chairman ● Bob Mayzes, Treasurer ● Rob Doll, First Vice-Chair

12 comments

    • GOPGeorgia says:

      Well it’s also for those of us who were once a young professional….but I doubt I’ll be there. We’ll see.

      oompa…do we know each other?

    • BuckheadConservative says:

      Lobbyist.

      The Yacht Rock guys have a new band as well. It’s a Beatles cover band called “Please Please Rock Me” They’re very good.

  1. ZazaPachulia says:

    Umm… all of us “young professionals” are either unemployed, under-employed or living off daddy’s checkbook. Only those of us in the later category are going to be able to afford you $30 early bird tickets.

    In this economy, 40 is the new 25. The concept of the “young professional” barely exists anymore.

  2. ZazaPachulia says:

    Oh, and the reason the college kids (and unemployed young professionals) like hanging out at Atlanta Brewing company for those tours is because it provides copious amounts of good beer practically for free.

    • Icarus says:

      On a brighter note, the unemployed won’t have to worry that it’s on a Tuesday night and they may have to work with a hangover Wednesday morning.

  3. Joshua Morris says:

    So this is raising money for the party that protected the incumbent Senator Chambliss from a primary opponent and appears to be doing the same for Senator Isakson? That really gets under my skin.

    • GOPGeorgia says:

      Joshua,

      Please define “protected.” If any other Congressman, Herman Cain, or other statewide figure with clout wanted to run against either Senator, please explain how the Georgia GOP stopped them from doing that.

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