January 12, 2010

Are you going to the Tea Party Convention in Nashville?~Eric Odom


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Fellow Patriots,

A lot of talk has been brewing about the upcoming National Tea Party Convention in Nashville, and we're very pleased to announce our full support and involvement in the event.

The National Tea Party Convention, scheduled for February 4th-6th, 2010, includes a special keynote by former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin and appearances of Michele Bachmann, Marsha Blackburn, Angela McGlowan, Phil Valentine, Judge Roy Moore and many more.

The convention will also include intense grassroots training by the Leadership Institute, Smart Girl Politics, the National Precinct Alliance and Young Americans for Freedom.

The convention, put on by Judson and Sherry Phillips and The Tea Party Nation network, is an event we should embrace and welcome into the movement. In fact, I would argue that folks like Judson and Sherry should be nominated for Sammies considering the fact that they've been involved with the tea party movement since it went into full swing last April, and they've personally put significant time, money and effort on the line for this event.

One of the goals we share with our coalition partners is that we believe activists in this movement are the key to its success. We believe the movement should unify behind the efforts of individual activists, and we should encourage everyone to do whatever they can to help advance the fight for freedom.

For Judson, Sherry and the rest of the crew at Tea Party Nation, this means putting their names on speakers contracts, venue contracts, and volunteering a major part of their lives to pull off an event that is sure to create media buzz and provide for a great networking opportunity within the movement.

If you're in the region, or can afford to travel to the region, we highly recommend you take a look at the event. As I understand it, tickets are almost sold out and the event is almost completely full.

Yes, tickets are not the cheapest of all conferences. But speaking as a person who has organized events like this, I know that doing so comes at great expense. That said, Nashville is a much cheaper city to travel to and stay in compared to Washington D.C. and other cities where similar events take place.

With that said, if you have very little money due to the economy and are looking to put it in campaigns first, please do so. We're aren't encouraging anyone to use what little "extra" money they might have for this and this alone. But if you can afford to attend, please consider it.


For Liberty,
-Eric Odom

Disclaimer: Please note that the American Liberty Alliance and TaxDayTeaParty.com receives no financial compensation for our support and sponsorship of this event. Nor have we given any financial support for the event. We simply agree that this event will provide a great opportunity for many to get further involved and meet like minded activists, and we've agreed to help promote the event.

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Hermitage, TN 37076

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