Dallas County Republican Party, P.O. Box 1015, Waukee, Iowa 50263
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, September 10th
CONTACT: Christi Taylor Chair 515-710-7717
Tyler De Haan Co-Chair 515-306-4906
DALLAS COUNTY GOP ANNOUNCES DATE FOR ANNUAL STEAK FRY DINNER WITH HEADLINE SPEAKER LT. GOVERNOR KIM REYNOLDS
WAUKEE, IA— Dallas County Republicans are pleased to announce the upcoming Annual Steak Fry Dinner and Pie Auction that will be held at Waukee South Middle School in Waukee, Iowa, on Tuesday, September 30th. Doors will open at 5:15 pm with dinner beginning at 6:00 pm. Waukee South Middle School is located at 2350 SE LA Grant Pkwy, Waukee, IA 50263. The Annual Steak Fry Dinner will feature Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds as the headline speaker. Several GOP candidates will also be addressing the crowd, including Congressional Candidate David Young, Iowa Attorney General candidate Adam Gregg, Secretary of State Candidate Paul Pate and Iowa Treasurer candidate Sam Clovis. Several state and county candidates will also be in attendance. “It is great to be able to have Lt. Governor Reynolds speak at the Dallas County Steak Fry. As the fastest growing county in Iowa, it is important that we have a strong Republican GOP effort in 2014,” stated Chair Christi Taylor.
Tickets to the event will be $35 dollars per person which can be purchased at the door the night of the event. The event will include a catered dinner and a chance to meet and greet a robust group of Republican candidates and state and local office holders. After the dinner and the speeches have concluded there will be a pie auction, the proceeds of which benefits will help Dallas County Republicans support both local and statewide Republican candidates in 2014 elections and beyond. “It is important with a lot of young families moving into Dallas County each year, that the Dallas County Republicans are able to effectively communicate our message that pro-economic growth and limited government policies help create the quality of life that the residents of Dallas County enjoy today,” replied Co-Chair Tyler De Haan