Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Townhall on Nov 13 about jobs

See the comments. It is on my google calendar too.


Anonymous said...

We’re inviting press and bloggers to attend a national Town Hall meeting hosted by John Ratzenberger in Pittsburgh, PA at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, Nov. 13, in the Heinz History Center, 1212 Small Street.

I’ve pasted some info on the event below. Please feel free to contact me if you might be interested in attending and/or blogging at the event. I’d also be very grateful if you could please post this notice or pass it along to anyone who might be interested in blogging.

Many thanks,
Steven Capozzola, Communications Director, Alliance for American Manufacturing
Phone: (202) 393-3430

A national Town Hall meeting, hosted by John Ratzenberger, will be held in Pittsburgh, PA at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, Nov. 13, in the Heinz History Center, 1212 Small Street. Pennsylvania bloggers are invited to attend and cover the event. A brief summary:

1. The Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM), a national, non-partisan organization based in Washington, DC, is sponsoring the event.

2. The meeting will be hosted by TV’s John Ratzenberger (‘Cheers,’ The Travel Channel’s ‘Made in America’).

3. The event will focus on Pennsylvania’s continuing loss of manufacturing jobs. Voters will be encouraged to ask candidates blunt questions about what they’ll do to help save U.S. manufacturing.

4. Attendance is free, and is open to the general public. Bloggers are encouraged to RSVP in order to reserve media seating and prime Internet access.

5. Post-show interviews with John Ratzenberger must be arranged via RSVP before the event.

To RSVP, or if you have any questions, please contact Steven Capozzola at: scapozzola@aamfg.org, 202-393-3430. Official website: http://www.americanmanufacturing.org/keep-it-made-in-america/

Andy (or "A") said...

Hi Mark. Looks like a great event. I've set up a local Ron Paul Meetup for many to go there. Ron Paul definitely would be the best candidate who understands what is best to save American jobs. Is this guy, Capozzola, with the Steel Labor Union? Is he a Libertarian or supporter? Just wondering what type of reception I'll get there wearing a RP t-shirt. Please let me know ASAP, by phone if possible. Thanks. Andy.

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