U.S. Senate Candidate Rand Paul to speak in Northern Kentucky September 2nd
Legacy’s Newsmakers Series Hosts First Political Speaker
Covington, KY — September 1, 2010 — Northern Kentucky Chamber’s young professionals group, Legacy, will host an interactive forum and luncheon with U.S. Senate candidate, Rand Paul on September 2nd at The Madison from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be the first in Legacy’s recently unveiled “Newsmakers Series” which is designed to create opportunities for members and the public to meet politicians and civic leaders.
Approximately 200 attendees are expected for the event which will include a speech by the candidate and a question and answer session using questions submitted by Legacy members.
Legacy members have expressed particular interested in hearing from Dr. Paul on issues impacting young professionals such as employment, student loan debt, health care, and a stagnant economy.
“We are pleased to host Dr. Rand Paul to share his perspective and plans for addressing the issues that Kentucky is facing,” said Jeremy Hughes, co-chair of Legacy’s civic engagement committee. “Undoubtedly, young professionals and executives who attend this event will leave with insights into the challenges that lie ahead for Kentucky, as well as Dr. Paul’s strategies and suggested remedies.”
Newsmaker Series: Meet the Candidate Rand Paul will be held at The Madison (700 Madison Avenue in Covington) from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, September 2nd. Tickets are $25 and include lunch. The event is free for Legacy members. Advanced reservations are encouraged and can be made online by visiting www.legacyleadership.org
Legacy is the premier organization for up-and-coming young professionals in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. Legacy encourages young leaders who embrace the principles of meaningful participation, effective citizenship and extraordinary imagination to unite in an effort to enhance the quality of life and economic well-being in the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati communities. For more information, visit www.legacyleadership.org