The Blueprint: Sign Up Today to Sponsor Event for Gov. Walker


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Sign Up Today to Sponsor Event for Gov. Walker

 Summary of Recently Passed Housing & Development Bill Now Available

We are holding a very important event with Governor Walker immediately following our Member Meeting Day on Wednesday, July 18th at the Glacier Canyon Conference Center in Wisconsin Dells from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.  We are asking for your financial commitment to be a co-host for this important fundraising event.

We have host levels available at $5000, $2500, $1000, and $500, and we need your help today as a host to help us raise $20,000 or more for Governor Walker's reelection effort.

Recently, we learned from Governor Walker's campaign that any host committee member that commits to a $1000 or above host level will have an opportunity to have a professional picture taken at the start of the event with Governor Walker as a thank-you for your financial generosity.

Sponsorships can be paid with a personal credit card via the Builders Direct Fund, or by check, invoicing, or credit card over the phone at (608) 242-5151 ext. 12.

With Governor Walker's leadership since 2011, the WBA has been able to achieve great things to make housing for Wisconsin families more affordable, and this is a great opportunity to help support him with an eye towards November 2018.

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