AZ GOP Invited to Commemorate the Big 50
NOVEMBER 10, 2009. Later this month Paradise Valley Mayor Vernon Parker will hit the half-century mark. In celebration of this, well, momentous occasion, all Republicans are invited to revel with the man himself, and remind him how 50 is the new 40!
At 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22nd, the Parkers will host this event at their Paradise Valley home. All that is required for attendance is for guests to bring ten, five dollar Clean Elections contributions and forms. Forms can be downloaded at www.Parker2010.com.
For more details or to RSVP, please contact Travis Junion at 602.770.2890, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parker is the current mayor of Paradise Valley, Arizona. He has previously served the administrations of George H.W. Bush, George Bush, as an Assistant Secretary for the $90 billion United States Department of Agriculture, small businessman, and as a pastor for two years at a small non-denominational church in Paradise Valley.
Parker has the most compelling life story of any candidate emerging for governor. Raised by his grandmother in a severely underprivileged neighborhood in Long Beach, California, Parker was able to escape the drugs and violence through love, education and the commitment of family.
For more information contact Jason Rose or go to www.Parker2010.com.