Gov. Dean, keynoter of 80-20's Luncheon in Los Angeles on 9/6,
is FEATURED ON THE COVERS OF NEWSWEEK/ TIME/ US NEWS
& WORLD REPORT this week. Trifecta!
Did 80-20 plan its LA Luncheon right to politically empower YOU?
See the 3 covers and his pictures via:
and http://www.usnews.com/usnews/home.htm .
Gov. Dean is also leading in the polls of the first two primaries
of the nation, Iowa and New Hampshire. The way things are going, Gov.
Dean will very likely be the presidential nominee of the Democratic
If President Bush also comes to keynote at 80-20's Luncheon, a
distinct possibility, you could be listening to the keynote of the NEXT
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, regardless of who wins the
2004 election. If you are a Co-Chair of this 80-20 event, you could be
CO-CHAIRING A LUNCHEON FOR THE NEXT PRESIDENT.
Act NOW. Only 300 tickets are available. In the last 5 days, 152
tickets have been reserved. We anticipate many Co-Chairs signing up
to sponsor this Luncheon. Each Co-Chair will take at least 10 tickets.
So act FAST to seize the opportunity to hear the political leader who
on the covers of the 3 largest national magazines in the same week!
Could Howard Dean be our next president?
Date: September 6, 2003 (Saturday)
Location: Four Points Sheraton Hotel, 9750 Airport Blvd (near
VIP RECEPTION with Gov. Dean: Los Angeles Room, 11 a.m. to
noon, $150 per person
LUNCHEON: California Ballroom, 11:45 a.m., $75 per person
Tickets are available at
http://www.80-20initiative.net/luncheon.html or call 858 484-8475 to
reserve a ticket & send check payable to "80-20 PAC" to:
Jing-Li Yu, 80-20 special Assistant
43-34 Union St., Apt. 6-D, Flushing, NY 11355-7042
**** 80-20 is NOT SUPPORTING any presidential candidate at this time.
Our endorsement will be decided by delegates, who will be elected by
dues-paying members, at a Convention next year. To join as a member,
please go to: http://www.80-20initiative.net/enrollment.html .
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80-20 is a national, nonpartisan, Political Action Committee
dedicated to winning equal opportunity and justice for all
Asian Pacific Americans through a SWING bloc vote, ideally
directing 80% of our community's votes and money to the
presidential candidate endorsed by the 80-20, who better
represents the interests of all APAs. Hence, the name "80-20" was
created. For more details, visit http://www.80-20initiative.net