PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (April 26, 2019) — The Pinellas County Democratic Party and Bay Blue Block are honoring the exceptional public service of former U.S. Senator Bill Nelson at a special event that will also help to support Tampa Bay area Democrats.
WHAT: A special event to honor the exceptional public service of the U.S. Senator and his family – and to benefit the launch of Bay Blue Block. Event organizers want to show Senator Nelson how much constituents appreciate the time he spent serving Florida and the nation, while also helping Democrats across Tampa Bay prepare for 2020 elections.
WHO: A celebration with elected officials, dignitaries, colleagues, and other local leaders and friends of Senator Nelson and his family. Entertainment and speakers to include (some via video):
– U.S. Senator Bill Nelson
– U.S. Representative Kathy Castor
– U.S. Representative Charlie Crist
– Former Governor & Senator Bob Graham
– U.S. Senator Tom Carper
– Former Florida CFO Alex Sink
– Tampa Mayor-elect Jane Castor
– Commissioner Betty Castor and Sam Bell
WHERE: The Fenway Hotel – 453 Edgewater Drive – Dunedin, Florida.
WHEN: Friday, May 17, from 6:30pm to 9pm.
TICKETS: $95 – Eventbrite (link also available via Facebook). Includes: Complimentary Champagne, Heavy Hors d’oeuvres, Cash Bar, and $5 Valet Parking.
Sponsors: Pinellas Realtor Organization and Hillsborough County Democratic Party. For sponsorship information/opportunities, contact Larry.Biddle@PinellasDemocrats.org.
About Bay Blue Block:
Bay Blue Block is the new Tampa Bay area coalition of County Democratic Parties, comprising Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, and Polk. Further information will be presented at the event. To get involved or donate, contact Barbara.Scott@PinellasDemocrats.org.
About Senator Nelson:
Florida House of Representative, U.S. House of Representative, payload specialist on Space Shuttle Columbia, Florida Treasurer, and U.S. Senator. Senator Nelson was an effective advocate for same-sex marriage, lowering taxes on lower- and middle-income families, expansion of environmental regulations, the Affordable Care Act, and expanding Medicaid.