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Greg Gutfeld to Headline Morris GOP Event at Trump National

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BEDMINSTER, NJ - On Saturday, February 17, 2018, Greg Gutfeld the host of 'The Five' and 'The Greg Gutfeld' show will be headlining a Morris County Republican Committee Fundraiser at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster.

Ron DeFilippis, MCRC Finance Chair, said "We are so excited to have Greg Gutfeld as a keynote speaker for our first fundraiser of 2018 and even more thrilled to have the event at Trump National. People are very excited to see both Gutfeld in person and be at Trump's private club in New Jersey!"

The event, which will begin at 6pm, will consist of a private VIP hour with Greg Gutfeld and then a general session where he will be delivering the keynote.  There will also be food and an open bar.  "The company and networking will be second to none", said Patti Page, Chair of MCRC.

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Tickets are limited and are sold for $350 each for general admission (Price for two is $600); $500 for VIP access and $3500 for event sponsorships which include 4 VIP tickets and inclusion on all P/R for event.  

For more information contact the morrisgop.org website or Click Here to purchase tickets.  You can also email morrisgop@gmail.com with any questions.

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