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The NRA show just wrapped up this afternoon. It was a three-day event – a trade show/seminars/celebration of values. The average attendee spent a couple of hundred dollars to attend the show, including tickets for the two keynote events. If you’re a high-roller, you could drop an extra thou and get better seats. But you’d see the same event. The trade show was a huge part of the event. If you just wanted to see that for a single day, you’d spend a lot less. Well, to get in. (A new trend: people ordering goods from vendors via iPhone, Crackberry, etc.)┬áNow let’s look at how the other side rolls. Here’s the details of The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence upcoming shindig . . .

The Brady Center Gala
Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to dine with the Dean of the
White House, Helen Thomas and
buy your tickets today!

Just a few guests who are scheduled to attend. We want YOU to be included on this list!

Honorable Mike Barnes
Jim and Sarah Brady
Donna Dees-Thomases
Sam Donaldson
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
Paul Helmke

Tuesday, May 18, 2010
6:00 p.m. – Cocktail Reception
7:00 p.m. – Dinner, Program & Dessert

National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20005
(entrance on 13th Street)

Sponsorship Levels
James S. Brady Council Table – $25,000
Power Table – $15,000
Benefactor Table – $10,000
Patron Table – $5,000
Sponsor Table – $3,000
Sarah Brady Activist – $1,500

Those who purchase tickets for $1,500 and above are invited to attend a special VIP cocktail reception with honoree Helen Thomas, Jim and Sarah Brady and Brady President Paul Helmke.

Individual Tickets
Friend Ticket – $500
Supporter Ticket – $250

Let’s see…a 3-day, populist event attended by several thousand average, middle-class Americans, versus a one-night gala, with a minimum hit of 500 simoleans. Which event do YOU think is mainstream, and which is elitist?

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