Constitution Party National Committee meeting will be in Orlando, Florida, Dec. 12-13

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Take a break, bring the family, and come to the National Committee meeting in Orlando on December 12 and 13. Meet Constitution Party leaders from around the country, listen in on strategy sessions, and hear great speakers.

We’ll hear from Chuck Baldwin and Darrell Castle. Howard Phillips will speak on
the state of the union. And of course we’ll be talking about the campaign and addressing strategic planning for continued growth of the Constitution Party.

The Constitution Party National Committee meeting will be held December 12-13 in Orlando, Florida. The hotel selected for the event is the Embassy Suites – Orlando Airport, 5835 T.G. Lee Boulevard, Orlando FL 32822.

On Friday, December 12th the National Committee will meet at 9:00am, with registration starting at 7:45. The meeting will resume Saturday morning at 9am and end before lunch, so you have time to catch a flight home, tour Orlando or meet and plan with others in the Constitution Party. There are a number of good restaurants within walking distance of the hotel where you can grab lunch.

The registration fee is set at $170 per person, and includes lunch and dinner on Friday. The Embassy Suites provides a complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast each morning. There is also a free shuttle to and from the airport.

FOR THOSE WHOSE REGISTRATIONS ARE POSTMARKED BY NOVEMBER 15TH, WE ARE OFFERING AN EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION PRICE OF $140. GET YOUR REGISTRATIONS IN RIGHT AWAY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS REDUCED RATE.

The Embassy Suites – Orlando Airport has reserved a block of rooms at $119 per night plus tax. Please call the hotel at 407-888-9339 to make your reservation before the November 19th cut-off date for our special rate! Be sure to mention that you are with the Constitution Party so you are included in our group.

See you in sunny Florida!

2 thoughts on “Constitution Party National Committee meeting will be in Orlando, Florida, Dec. 12-13

  1. libertyuk2000

    We often charge for our meetings (UKLP) as well due to the fact that unfortunately there are costs incurred from holding such meetings.

    Our governing documents do call for open meetings but do not say that we can not charge a fee. Others have argued quiet forcefully that our meetings should be free, but since we make transcripts available at no charge, we felt that this allows the proper amount of necessary transparency.

    The meetings where we do not charge do indeed bring in a few more folks, but for the most part our donors appreciate us recouping some of the expense by charging the admission. I am curious to see how this works out for your CP and well as other groups. Does anyone else on this list know if their respective groups charge for attendance to meetings?

    Respectfully,

    Geoffrey

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