Tea Party Liberty Headquarters Holds Grand Opening in St. Louis
More bad news for liberty-sucking Democrats, radical leftists and progressives…
The St. Louis Tea Party Coalition announced today the grand opening of the regional Liberty Headquarters in St. Louis City.
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LIBERTY HEADQUARTERS GRAND OPENING
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St. Louis, MO (September, 9th, 2010)- As post-Labor Day election efforts begin in earnest, a coalition of local grassroots leaders and St. Louis Tea Party Activists are joining together with American Majority Action to open the St. Louis Liberty Headquarters in St. Louis, MO on September 14, 2010 from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm. The St. Louis Liberty Headquarters is located at 4512 Hampton Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63109 and will serve as a hub of grassroots activity in St. Louis for the remainder of this election season.
“We are excited to have the chance to partner with tea parties and 912 organizations across the United States. They are the ones leading the charge. They are the ones impacting their cities and states. We view our role as facilitating and meeting a need,” said Drew Ryun, president of American Majority Action. “We are convinced that this effort will provide the resources and infrastructure for citizens to make a dramatic difference this fall. Our goal is to partner with grassroots conservatives and restore the principles of limited, responsible government both in Washington and at state capitols across the nation.”
St. Louis Tea Party activists Bill Hennessy and Dana Loesch will be available for comment during the grand opening. The Missouri Field Director of American Majority Action, Raz Shafer, will also be available for interviews during the event.
St. Louis Liberty Headquarters is one of seven Liberty Headquarters being opened around the country simultaneously, including a location in Joplin.
St. Louis Tea Party founder Bill Hennessey and a local volunteer Marcia Bare stand out front of the St. Louis Tea Party Headquarters in South St. Louis Tuesday at a 9-12 training event last week.