Tallahassee, Florida • February 28th – March 1st
FFYR 2014 Winter Quarterly hosted by Regions 4 & 6!
Double Tree by Hilton Tallahassee – visit hotel website
101 South Adams Street, Tallahassee, Florida, 32301-7774
The attendees should make reservations by identifying themselves under the “SFFYR- FL Fed Young Republicans” group. All reservations must be guaranteed with a credit card. Reservations may be made by either calling the toll free number at (800) 222-8733 or via the Internet. All individual reservations need to be made prior to the cut-off date of Feb 21, 2014. To reserve rooms via the Internet, visit Double Tree by Hilton Tallahassee. Enter arrival and departure date. Scroll down and Click on “Add special rate codes”. Type in FYR next to Group code and click check availability. Follow the instructions to complete a new reservation.
Tentative Schedule for Tallahassee Winter Quarterly
Friday, February 28th
3:30-4:30pm: Tour of House Chambers
7-9pm: Welcome Reception Sponsored by the Tallahassee REC!
9-Until ???: Night out in Tallahassee
Saturday, March 1st
8am: Registration opens
9am: Board Meeting
10am: Old Capitol Tour + Mock Session Sponsored*
12 PM: Lunch!
1:30-2:00pm: Club Presidents Meeting*
2:00-2:30: Region Caucus Meetings*
2:30-4pm: Executive Committee Meeting*
4-6:00pm: Phonebank for David Jolly!!
7:00pm: Evening reception/dinner
The following events with a “*” next to them have been sponsored by Senator Aaron Bean!
What is a Florida Young Republican?
Florida Young Republicans are registered Republicans who are 40 years old or younger and are interested in taking an active role in Republican Party politics. They are organized as a special group because, as young people, their different opportunities and situations deserve special attention for incorporation into political activity. Young Republicans take part in GOP activities in their communities, doing everything from registering voters and phone-banking to managing campaigns and running for office. They provide crucial support to the Republican Party and work to ensure the future of the party in their communities and nationwide.
What does the Florida Federation of Young Republicans (FFYR) do?
FFYR works to develop a statewide aggressive and productive Young Republican organization by attracting young men and women into the Republican Party and provide them with a practical means of Republican Party participation, leadership training, and political involvement at all levels of government. FFYR also works to further the principles, objectives, and platform of the FFYR and to promote the election of duly nominated Republican candidates.
FFYR is the statewide organization of local Young Republican clubs in Florida. Click here to find a local YR club in your city or county. If there isn’t a club in your area, please contact us about how to start a YR club.