Sunday, May 24, 2015

Conservative Groups to feature Kip Dodson of Fair Tax Tennessee, Dan Davis on our education ranking, and candidates for Metro Council.

From Tony Roberts, Organizer of Conservative Groups:

Our meeting has moved back to Logan’s steak house on Elliston place. The meeting will be held Thursday may 28, 2015 from 5:30 - 7:15.

Thursday, May 28 we will hear a viable plan on how we could live to see the IRS abolished in our life time. Kip Dodson of Fair Tax Tennessee will be showing us how this can happen. He is a man with proven business success and is applying his business talents to bring justice to taxpayers.

We will also hear from Dan Davis about the facts on our high rating schools in the Davidson County area in comparison with the state and the nation.

We will follow with candidates running for Metro office. Some leaders of groups who will be supporting council races will be in attendance. The City Council helps to set the pace of monetary expenditures for Davidson County. We are in a spending path similar to Washington, D.C. and if we do not pay attention to our council, we like many cities in California will go down the path of bankruptcy. Come and listen to our council candidates and help to vet the future of Davidson County.

Networking will start at 5:30 and the program starts at 6:00.

Kip Dodson bio:

Kip's main focus throughout his career has been strategic planning, ideal business operations, and solving business, sales, marketing and advertising problems. Based on a 22 year career at Rockwell automation where he out-performed his duties for multiple fortune 500 firms, he established himself as a unique leader.   He later became an entrepreneur building uniquely strong businesses. (, a management consulting firm, source local media (, an advertising, marketing and media solutions firms, and, an emerging digital and media firm that accelerates marketing results better than the rest. Together these firms accelerate assets to their "highest and best potential."

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