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CPOT 2016 Nominating Convention With Presidential Nominee Speaker

Announcing Constitution Party of Tennessee 2016 Nominating Convention
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2016 Constitution Party of Tennessee
Nominating Convention!

Constitution Party of Tennessee
2016 Annual Meeting –
Friday and Saturday, June 24 & 25

Location:  Quality Inn, I-24, Exit 4,
Clarksville, TN

Friday Session:  Presidential Nominee Darrell Castle  |  Castle2016.com

Open to the public

Native Tennessean Darrell Castle is the Presidential nominee for the Constitution Party.

The Constitution Party of Tennessee is offering a unique opportunity to meet and discuss national and international issues with Presidential nominee Darrell Castle.

The Presidential Dinner (Prime Rib and Presidents – $35.00) starts at 6:00 p.m.   You’ll be informed and entertained during the dinner presentation.  Info & Tickets HERE.

The doors then open at 7:15 p.m. for the complimentary public seating for those with tickets.
The program, starts at 7:30 p.m.  Keynote speaker Darrell Castle will outline his goals and objectives as the Presidential Nominee for the Constitution Party.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS:

The Quality Inn at Exit 4 is a full-service hotel.  In addition to sleeping rooms, The Quality Inn features full service food and beverage services.

Telephone 931-648-4848 for reservations.  Tell them you’re with the Constitution Party of Tennessee for the special room rate $85.00 (plus tax).  Hotel guests receive a complimentary breakfast (massive breakfast bar, hot and cold foods.  Excellent!).

Saturday Morning Session:

Business session starts at 8:00 a.m.  at the Quality Inn at Exit 4.
Candidate presentations and Nominating convention for the Constitution Party of Tennessee.
More details about Saturday session coming soon!
Direct questions or inquiries to:
Randy Barlow, Chairman, at    randy.barlow@cpotn.com
Mike Warner, Secretary, at Mike@ElectMikeWarner.com

Source: CPOT 2016 Nominating Convention With Presidential Nominee Speaker

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