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You are cordially invited
The Coalition for Property Rights’ Winter 2010 Issues Forum
DEFEATING AMENDMENT 4:
The Challenge of Educating Florida’s Electorate
Featuring consultant and strategist
of CONSENSUS COMMUNICATIONS
Friday, February 26, 2010
11:30 – 1 p.m.
Country Club of Orlando
1601 Country Club Drive, Orlando
Cost: $40 pp / $300 corporate table (8)
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Florida is currently facing one of the greatest threats to private property rights in our state’s history: Amendment 4 (The Hometown Democracy initiative). Amendment 4 is being called “the nail in Florida’s economic coffin.” If passed, it could result in the devaluation of tens of thousands of acres of land in Florida and could render even small parcels of land effectively worthless.
If Amendment 4 is passed, landowners will lose their right to self-determine how their property is used and the protections historically afforded by representative government. Landowners have the most at stake and the most to lose if Amendment 4 were to pass.
What do property owners need to know about Amendment 4 and the strategic effort to educate Florida’s voters on the negative consequences of this anti-property rights amendment?
CPR is pleased to announce a unique opportunity for Florida property owners to gather and hear the answer to this question directly from one of our state’s most respected experts on constitutional referendum campaigns and the general consultant leading the “No on 4” campaign. This is a presentation no property owner in Florida should miss!
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KEYNOTE SPEAKER: John Sowinski is a founding partner of Consensus Communications with more than 20 years experience in public policy, media relations, message development, and paid media management. He is a veteran of numerous statewide political, issue and corporate campaigns, and specializes in high-stakes communications and advocacy strategy and implementation.
John is regarded as Florida’s premier expert on statewide referendum campaigns, having led seven successful statewide referendum campaigns including the 1992 “Eight is Enough” term limits campaign; the 1994 “Net Ban” campaign; the 1994 “No Casinos” campaign; the 1996 campaign against a proposed tax of Florida sugar; the 2000 campaign in support of high speed rail; the 2002 Smoke Free Workplace initiative; and the 2006 youth tobacco prevention initiative. John also served as General Consultant for the Mel Martinez for Senate campaign in 2004 and is currently the general consultant for the “No on 4” campaign, which is opposing the so-called “Hometown Democracy” amendment.
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And there’s more…
2010 CANDIDATES FORUM
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
MEET & MINGLE WITH CANDIDATES FOR LOCAL & STATE OFFICES
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Please make plans today to join us for this special event!
REGISTER TODAY via email to February26RSVP@gmail.com or by telephone 407-481-2289.
CPR readers are strongly encouraged to forward this invitation on to their e-networks. Invite friends, business associates and elected guests to join you for lunch on Friday, February 26th!
CPR Issues Forums are unique opportunities to hear state and national policy experts discuss current events and issues which directly impact your property and your freedom! We guarantee that all attendees will thoroughly enjoy the policy discussion and targeted networking which these special events offer. RSVP Today!