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LIST OF BENEFITS FOR MEMBERSHIP 2009

Robert Morris Society


$10,000
Lincoln Day Dinner, Statesman Dinner
T he L incoln D ay D inner
2009
1 Table for 8 at both events
8 Chairman’s Reception Tickets to both events
VIP Photo Opportunity at all events
Special Recognition at all events
Presentation of Award at Event

Governors Club
$5,000
Lincoln Day Dinner or Statesman Dinner
1 Table for 8
8 Chairman’s Reception Tickets
VIP Photo Opportunity at all events
Special Recognition at all events

Statesman’s Society
$1,000
Lincoln Day Dinner or Statesman Dinner
4 tickets at either with preferred seating
4 Chairman’s Reception Tickets
VIP Photo Opportunity at all events
Special Recognition at all events

Chairman’s Circle
$500
Lincoln Day Dinner or Statesman Dinner
2 tickets at either with preferred seating
2 Chairman’s Reception Tickets
VIP Photo Opportunity
Special Recognition at all events

REC Leadership Team


$100
20% Discount at all events
Special Recognition at all events
If you have questions, please call Zenobia Davis at 941-484-9835.
Paid for by the Sarasota County Republican Executive Committee.
Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee. www.rpos.org “THERE IS NO PAST IN POLITICS, ONLY THE FUTURE.”
Keynote Speaker 2009 LINCOLN DAY DINNER
Edward Rollins, Chairman of the Rollins Strategy Group
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Edward Rollins is Chairman of the Rollins Strategy Group, a communications and crisis management
firm with offices in New York and Washington, D.C.
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He has long been considered one of America’s premier political strategists and communication
experts, specializing in issue, image and crisis campaigns on behalf of corporations, governments, 1000 Boulevard Of The Arts
and political candidates around the world. Sarasota, Florida
 
Edward Rollins has served four United States Presidents, including two tours of duty at the White
House as Assistant to the President. He was in charge of both the White House Office of Political
Affairs and the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs as well as serving as the Deputy
Cocktail Reception 6:30 p.m.
Chief of Staff. Dinner 7:00 p.m.
 
In 1984, Edward Rollins managed President Ronald Reagan’s landslide reelection campaign.
Edward Rollins also directed congressional relations at two cabinet agencies and served as the
Chief of Staff for the Republicans in the California State Assembly. Edward Rollins was the first
non member of Congress to serve as the Co-Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, of the National “I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they
Republican Congressional Committee (the political and campaign arm of the House Republicans).
  can be depended upon to meet any national crises.
Within the United States, Edward Rollins has managed every type of political, corporate and
advertising campaign imaginable, from the most successful presidential campaign in history to The great point is to bring them the real facts.”
the defeat of the first sitting House Speaker (Tom Foley, 1994). During the more than thirty years
Edward Rollins has been in politics, he has counseled Cabinet officers, U.S. Senators, governors, Abraham Lincoln
members of Congress, state legislators and city officials. In addition to managing President Reagan’s
campaign, Edward Rollins has had major roles in six other Presidential campaigns. He has also had
involvement in hundreds of campaigns at the state, congressional and local level.
 
Edward Rollins has been a political analyst for CBS News, NBC News and CNN. He has appeared
regularly on Meet the Press, Face the Nation, This Week, Nightline, Crossfire, Larry King Live, CNN
News Makers and many other talk shows.
 
His recent memoirs, Bare Knuckles and Back Rooms was the number one selling political book in
1996 and made the top of the New York Times and every other national best-seller list.