Monday, July 21, 2008

Democratic Convention Concierge Services!

Democratic Convention Concierge Services!
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With the Democratic Convention arriving to Denver in a few weeks we are already assisting groups and people in need during this busy week!

Ready…Set…Go! Less than 40 Days Until the Gavel Drops. With last Saturday marking just 45 days to go until the eyes of the world turn toward Denver and the 2008 Democratic National Convention, the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC) announced that its plans remain on track or ahead of schedule for a truly historic event that promises to be an engaging celebration of the strength of the Democratic party, the diversity we embrace, the values we share and our vision for America. From housing to transportation to construction, Convention organizers are checking off their to-do list in preparation for the four-day event, to be held August 25-28.

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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Concerts Available during the Convention Week!

Concerts Available during the Convention Week, what a great way to escape the Chaos for some fun!
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Looking to escape the crowds for some fun and Music, here you go, according to Bill Husted at the Denver Post. Melissa Etheridge will play A "Win the Vote Concert" at the Fillmore, Aug. 26. Philanthropist, Tim Gill is having a party at Rioja, Aug. 26. Billy Bragg at the Red Rocks Ampitheatre Aug. 25 with Denver Film Society’s Cinemocracy. Hyatt Farber Schreck throws a party Aug. 24 at the DAM."

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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Host committee slashes DNC party venues!

This article was originally published in The Denver Post on June 5, 2008.
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After months of planning for two dozen parties to fete the 56 delegations to the Democratic National Convention — and facing financial difficulties — the city's host committee is scrapping those parties and holding one big bash.

The party for the 6,000 delegates and their guests on Aug. 24 will honor Friends of New Orleans, a charity formed to help that city recover from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.The host committee will pay for the party, but is saving money by consolidating the 24 separate parties into one.

After the party, Friends of New Orleans is planning a gathering of its own at Fillmore Auditorium to raise

Find the party locations on the PoliticsWest interactive map. awareness of the rebuilding efforts. The group plans a similar event at the Republican National Convention in Minnesota.