Special Rate Ends Sept. 1st for tickets to see Margaret Carlson Speak at Tiger Bay Club of SWFL Gala Event
Act now to take advantage of this special $100 rate for Margaret Carlson keynote!
Tickets to see Margaret Carlson, Washington Insider, Chief Political Columnist at Bloomberg News, and Washington Editor of The Week Magazine, who will be speaking at The Tiger Bay Club of Southwest Florida gala event on October 2, 2013 are on sale at a discounted rate until September 1, 2013. The gala will be held at the Harborside Event Center (1375 Monroe St.) in Fort Myers. During her appearance, Carlson will offer powerful insight into the inner workings of Washington that can only come from someone with her experience and skills. Purchase your tickets before September 1st to take advantage of the discounted rate of $100. Tickets purchased after this date are $125.
As one of the most respected political journalists today, Carlson’s observations will offer an inside look at what is really going on in Washington. This Washington insider will speak on current hot topics such as immigration, tax reform, and emerging candidates for the 2016 election.
The festivities start at 6:00 p.m. with a dazzling reception. Sponsors are invited to attend a VIP reception starting at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7:00 p.m. The dinner will include lobster, steak and wine. This is an event you will not want to miss! Tickets can be purchased online at: www.swfltigerbay.org. Act now for the discounted rate of just $100!
Margaret Carlson is the Washington editor of THE WEEK and a political columnist for Bloomberg News. In 1988, Carlson joined TIME magazine and served as White House correspondent and deputy Washington bureau chief. From 1994 to 2005, she wrote the “Public Eye” column for TIME magazine, becoming the first female columnist in the magazine’s history. At CNN, Carlson appeared on Crossfire and Inside Politics and for 15 years, served as a panelist weekly on The Capital Gang. Her journalism career has also included stints as managing editor at The New Republic and Washington bureau chief for Esquire magazine. Carlson earned a law degree from George Washington University Law School and completed her undergraduate work at Penn State University. She has one daughter and lives in Washington, D.C.
About Tiger Bay Club of Southwest Florida
The Tiger Bay Club of Southwest Florida is part of a wider network of non-partisan political Tiger Bay clubs in Florida. This group serves as a forum for professionalswho are interested in an open dialogue on political and public affairs. The organization provides its members and interested citizens with current information regarding civic, governmental and political issues important to Southwest Florida at the local, state, and federal levels. The Tiger Bay Club of Southwest Florida is committed to offering its members a better understanding of civic issues.