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2020 Republican National Convention: 100 Days Until Convention Begins
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Today the 2020 Republican National Convention’s Committee on Arrangements (COA) President and CEO Marcia Lee Kelly released the following statement celebrating 100 days until August 24 – the convention’s start date in Charlotte, North Carolina. This is truly a significant date in the convention planning process following over a year of hard work, preparation and organization.
“While convention planning has been underway for well over a year, the 100-day mark is a significant benchmark as it’s when all of our planning and preparation moves into execution mode,” said Kelly. “In 100 days, the Republican Party will gather together, where we will reflect on the incredible legacy and tremendous accomplishments of the Trump Administration. During this historic event, we will celebrate American greatness, honor our nation’s resiliency, and proudly re-nominate President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for four more years of record-breaking results.”
Click here to read an op-ed by Kelly, where she shares important updates on planning and safety as the COA marks the “100 Day” milestone.
The public is invited to join the Republican National Convention in celebrating the “100 Day” milestone by visiting the @GOPConvention accounts across Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. The official hashtag of the 2020 Republican National Convention is #RNCinCLT.
ABOUT THE 2020 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION:
The 2020 Republican National Convention will be held at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina on August 24-27, 2020. Nearly 50,000 visitors– including delegates, members of the media and guests – are expected to gather to witness history as we re-nominate President Donald J. Trump as President of the United States. This 5-star event will play an integral role in promoting local businesses and generating millions of dollars across the region. It will leave a lasting impact – not only in the “Queen City” of Charlotte, but also across the nation as we celebrate together American greatness.