Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch Joins “We Did Build It!” Event Line-up
CRG Network is proud to announce that Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch will join U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, Wall Street Journal and Fox News Economist Stephen Moore, and Heartland Institute Joseph Bast at the “We Did Build It!” event.
CRG Network is proud to announce that Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch will join U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, Wall Street Journal and Fox News Economist Stephen Moore, and Heartland Institute Joseph Bast at the “We Did Build It!” event. The Lieutenant Governor will speak on the importance of private business and the role of government in the economy. Additional high-profile speakers may be announced later this next week. CRG Network, Businesses for Wisconsin Jobs, Americans for Prosperity, and the Independent Business Association of Wisconsin are sponsoring the “We did build it!” event on Saturday September 22nd at the Waukesha County Expo Center. The event is tailored to address the concerns of business owners and their employees and how to fight back to secure their economic futures.
Admittance to the event is free but requires advance registration. Details are as follows.
“We did build it!” Event
Saturday, September 22nd, 1-3PM
Waukesha County Expo Center
1000 Northview Rd.
Waukesha, WI 53188
Seating is Limited. Get Free Tickets Online or Call CRG Network
Click the “We Did Build It!” graphic at www.crgnetwork.com or call 414-801-0800 to register.
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