NOV. 3, 2011: MICHAEL LONG, NYS CONSERVATIVE PARTY CHAIRMAN TO RECEIVE JAMES GAY MEMORIAL AWARD – RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW

Date:  Thursday November 3, 2011

Location: Sirico’s – 8023 13th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York

The Kings County Conservative Party is honored to bestow the James Gay Memorial Award upon the Chairman of the NYS Conservative Party Michael Long: a man that built the Party and worked with James Gay through many years and many accomplishments. Mike Long shared the spirit, vigor, and devotion to the Conservative Party and Conservative principles with Jim Gay and he continues as a strong, principled and effective leader for Conservative issues, candidates and the Party.

We encourage all to come out show your support for Mike as well as the Party and reserve your ticket(s) and journal advertisements now.

Tickets are $85 per person.

Journal advertisement rates are as follows:

Gold Patron Listing $150

Silver Benefactor Listing $125

Sponsor Listing $100

Subscriber $75

Please limit to 4 lines. Please try to have ads in by October 24th.

You may make checks payable to the Kings County Conservative Party. Please include name, address and contact number or email if possible. Mail checks to Ross Brady: 2064 84th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11214

Please mark your calendars and plan to attend. We look forward to seeing friends old and new and enjoying a great event. More information will be forthcoming. As always, please check our weblog and/or friend BrooklynConservativeparty on Facebook

One Response to “NOV. 3, 2011: MICHAEL LONG, NYS CONSERVATIVE PARTY CHAIRMAN TO RECEIVE JAMES GAY MEMORIAL AWARD – RESERVE YOUR TICKET NOW”

  • Ross Brady:

    The many facets of Mike Long. His commitment to family, to core values and to the Party are unparalleled. The best attempt would be to parallel in memory of James Gay. The pictures convey Mike with his wife Eileen to whom the Party has much to thank, with previous James Gay Award Recipient Howard Lim, with State Senator Martin Golden, Congressman Michael Grimm, and Assemblywoman Nocole Malliotakis, with his grandchild, and as a man of religious conviction.

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