Pence to Headline PAGOP Dinner in Hershey

A plate with Pence.

The Pennsylvania GOP confirmed that Vice President Mike Pence will headline a dinner on June 6 in Hershey, PA.

“We are excited to welcome Vice President Michael Pence back to Pennsylvania to tout the accomplishments of the President’s first term in office and energize our Party as we look to drive an all-hands-on-deck effort to ensure Pennsylvania stays red for President Trump in 2020,” said Jason Gottesman, PAGOP Communications Director.

The private reception at the Hershey Lodge begins at 4 PM, while the general reception starts at 5 PM and the dinner begins at 5:30 PM.

A general admission ticket is $250 that includes access to the general reception and dinner. Commonwealth Club/State committee member general admission price is $150 that includes access to the general reception and dinner. A Commonwealth Club VIP ticket, which is only available for commonwealth club and state committee members, is $300 and includes access to the private reception and dinner. A VIP ticket is $1,000 that provides access to the private reception and dinner.

A table costs $2,500 includes 10 tickets to the general reception and dinner. A VIP table is $10,000 that includes 10 tickets to the private reception and dinner.

Those interested have to RSVP by June 3rd by contacting Margot Crouch, margot@pagop.org.

The Pennsylvania GOP does not require holding a summer meeting in old election years, but this is approximately when the meeting would take place.

It is currently undetermined if this event will be open to the media.

May 17th, 2019 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Presidential, Top Stories | 7 Comments

7 thoughts on “Pence to Headline PAGOP Dinner in Hershey”

  1. Brad says:

    Whether you Agree or disagree with his platform Vice President Pence has the courage to stand up for what he believes in. Not easy to do in a vicious society where political correctness reigns supreme.

  2. Jake Longfellow says:

    Will mother be present?

    1. David Diano says:

      If not, he’s allowed to dine only with other men.

  3. Other Chris says:

    Trump-Pence: the working man’s ticket.

    “That’ll be $1,000, please…”

    1. Dr Daniel Potatoe says:

      $1000 to most is a chunk of change but a fundraiser with the VP seems modest. $10,000 for the table is interesting and more of what you’d expect.

  4. gulag Pittsburgh says:

    I’m sure that will be a rousing and riveting speech. ZZZzzzzzzz.

  5. I.P. Freely says:

    What a schlomo.

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