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    Thursday, June 08, 2017 at 05:00 PM · $15.00 USD

    2017 RightNOW Women PAC June Tea

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    ABOUT THIS EVENT

    A special invitation for 2017 Founders and Advisors! Join us for a private tea with special guests. Meet the Board and other RightNOW Women PAC leaders and supporters as well as VIPs, such as members of congress, administration advisors, or key staff.

    Special guests scheduled* to appear include:

    Congresswoman Ann Wagner (R-MO-2), member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee

    *guest availability subject to change

    TO ATTEND THIS EVENT

    This event is reserved for 2017 Founders and Advisors and is part of the 2017 member benefits. Individual tickets required -- $35 for Advisors, $15 for Founders. Register for tickets at the bottom of this page.

    TO BECOME A 2017 FOUNDER OR ADVISOR (required to attend this event)

    To attend member only events like this June Tea and have your name listed on all RightNOW Women PAC signature event signage and promotions for 2017, join RightNOW Women as a 2017 Founder or Advisor.

    Founder Annual Membership (Men & Women under 40): $117 -- click here

    Advisor Annual Membership (Men & Women over 40): $1,017 -- click here

    Join by May 15th to attend the June Tea.

    (Please note: Individual tickets to the tea must still be purchased separately to attend. Tickets are $35 for Advisors and $15 for Founders.)

     

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