The Georgia Tech College Republicans, with the collaboration of the Young America’s Foundation are hosting up and coming conservative author S.E. Cupp! Ms. Cupp will be focusing on the importance of conservatives being active, especially the younger generation. The event will take place Thursday, April 26th at 7PM in the LeCraw Auditorium (College of Management, Room 100). The physical address is: 800 West Peachtree NW, Atlanta, GA 30308.
The event is open to the public, and we will be raffling off a signed copy of Phil Kent’s book “Foundations of Betrayal: How the Liberal Super Rich Undermine America.” After the event, there is a book signing event planned with Ms. Cupp.
So come on out and support the Georgia Tech College Republicans as we end the semester with a thrill as we get ready to get boots on the ground for the November election to make sure President Obama is a one term president!
We are offering sponsorship levels to make sure that this event runs smoothly, we would like to thank all of our past and future donors!
- $500 Gold: A ticket to a special VIP dinner with S.E. Cupp before the program, photo op, a front row seat, a signed copy of S.E. Cupp’s latest book, and recognition in our program
- $250 Silver: Front row seat, a signed copy of S.E. Cupp’s new book, and recognition in our program
- $100 Bronze: Front row seat and recognition in our program
Special offer to any campaign:
Georgia Tech College Republicans
2211 Student Center Commons
350 Ferst Drive, NW
Atlanta, GA 30332
You can also access the Facebook event page by clicking here.
S.E. is also a political commentator. She has appeared on FOXNews, MSNBC, CNN, CSPAN, Al Harra and others. She is a regular guest on “Hannity,” “Larry King Live,” “Fox & Friends,” “Geraldo,” and “Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld.” She has been heard on dozens of radio shows, including The Dennis Miller Show, The Mancow Show, The Curtis Sliwa Show, Bubba the Love Sponge, Andrew Wilkow, The Alan Colmes Show and others.
She is a graduate of Cornell University (2000) and a Masters candidate at NYU (2010). She was born in Carlsbad, CA and grew up primarily in Andover, MA. She lives in New York City.