Please join us on Monday, July 22nd for The Bully Pulpit featuring Tim Skubick, host of WKAR-TV’s Off the Record. This special summer luncheon is being hosted by the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival in their VIP Club. Tickets include lunch, wine, two tickets to an upcoming 2019 horse show of your choice, as well as a private group tour of the facility upon request.
When: July 22, 2019
Where: Great Lakes Equestrian Festival @ Flintfields Horse Park
6535 Bates Road, Williamsburg, MI 49690
Ten miles east of Traverse City.
Tickets: $35 for Chamber Members | $45 or Non-Chamber Members. Register Here
Ticket prices include: Lunch, Wine, Two (2) tickets to any future Great Lakes Equestrian Festival horse show in 2019 ($30 value), Exclusive networking opportunities, Private group tour of facility upon request
Sponsorship Opportunities: We have several Sponsorship Opportunities available for you! Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in moving forward with a sponsorship or if you have any further questions
The Bully Pulpit is a speaker series that focuses on the people and policies that shape our state and region; it is an event series produced by the Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce.
Join us for “Way Off the Record” featuring Tim Skubick of WKAR-TV’s Off the Record on July 22, 2019.
About Tim Skubick:
Tim Skubick is the longest-serving member of the state capitol press corps in state history, with over 45 years on the beat. He has won five Emmys, authored two books on Michigan politics and is a member of the Michigan journalism and broadcast halls of fame. In addition to his longevity, Tim is also one of the “most feared” journalists at the state capitol with his direct, non-nonsense approach, and his ability to cut to the meat of the issues with lawmakers. For years, Tim has hosted a weekly television program on PBS called “Off the Record.” Despite the title, Mr. Skubick’s guests are very much on the record as he and his colleagues from the Capitol press corps put lawmakers and guests through their paces with rapid fire questions. (Having worked on legislative staff in the past, I can tell you that there are training programs specifically to teach lawmakers about handling Mr. Skubicks questions, and special training for guests going on “Off the Record”.) In short, Tim’s insight and perspective on Lansing and our legislative process are second to none.
Contact Government Relations Director, Kent Wood, for more information at email@example.com.
Thank you for our sponsors:
Host Sponsor: Great Lakes Equestrian Festival
About the Great Lakes Equestrian Festival:
The Great Lakes Equestrian Festival (GLEF) is held annually in July and August at the Flintfields Horse Park in Williamsburg, Michigan, located just outside Traverse City. This six-week event hosts nationally and internationally rated hunter/jumper competition, featuring weekly classes and classics for children, junior, adult and amateur-owner riders. Each week, the festival also holds classes for young horses, open jumper classes and professional hunter derbies, culminating every Sunday with an exciting grand prix show jumping competition with some of the world’s top athletes.
Beverage Sponsor: ITC
VIP Networking Sponsor: Cherryland Electric, Corp.