Skip to comments.Daytona Beach Expects Big Crowd For Palin,Chamber Of Commerce Changes Venue For Palin Speech
Posted on 02/03/2010 4:45:52 PM PST by curth
The keynote speaker at the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce annual dinner meeting is drawing so much attention that the group is moving the meeting to a bigger venue.
Former Governor of Alaska and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is expected to draw a large crowd at the Feb. 15 event. The chamber is moving the dinner from the Hilton Oceanfront hotel to the Ocean Center, a convention destination.
Ticket sales to date are 64 percent higher than last year's sales.
Palin will also attend the Daytona 500 as a spectator while she is in town.
Eat your heart out, lib reporters.
....but, but....she’s irrelevant
...but, but....she’s stumping for McCain
...but, but....she’s endorsed Rand Paul
...but, but....fair weather fans are leaving
Former Governor of Alaska and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is expected to draw a large crowd at the Feb. 15 event.
Ticket sales to date are 64 percent higher than last year’s sales.
More exciting News:
CBSNEWS anchorwoman and 60 MINUTES contributor Katie Couric faces a dramatic pay cut at the network
The networks Evening News was in third place when she came over from the Today show in 2006 and it has not budged.
And according to Couric. Sarah Palin is not too bright. LOL
Bad things happen to people who mess with Sarah.
That is about as beautiful picture as I have ever seen!
I may have to drive up to Daytona to FREEP her appearance.
Ticket sales 64 percent higher than last year, with more than a week to go.
The venue they are moving to can, depending on how they configure it, seat from 6,000 to 9,500. Especially intersting, is the fact that on his last several outings, 0bama has had trouble getting more than 2,000 people to show up to his events, and the tickets are FREE.
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