Together for Lincoln to host Dave Ramsey's 'Town Hall for Hope'
at 7 p.m.
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[April 16, 2009]
Together for Lincoln, a
not-for-profit organization comprised of volunteers from 14 local
churches, will host "Town Hall for Hope" in the Fellowship Center of
Lincoln Christian Church on April 23 at 7 p.m.
"Town Hall for Hope" is a free event that provides local residents
an opportunity to come together for a nationwide town hall meeting
led by Dave Ramsey. Ramsey will discuss what's
happening with the economy, how we got here and where we're going.
Ramsey, a personal money-management expert, popular national radio
personality and best-selling author of "The Total Money Makeover,"
"Financial Peace" and "More Than Enough," teaches consumers how to
be financially responsible so they can acquire enough wealth to take
care of loved ones, live prosperously into old age and give
generously to others.
"As a nation, but even more importantly as a community and as
individuals, we must equip ourselves to be better and more informed
consumers," says Todd Parmenter, board member of Together for
Lincoln. "By improving both our individual financial situations and
local economies, we become more resilient during times of economic
recession. Town Hall for Hope will help residents of Lincoln to take
control of their financial destiny, despite the economic recession
the world is facing."
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Thousands of venues across the country will host "Town Hall for
Hope," broadcasting Ramsey's live presentation. In the opening 30
minutes, Ramsey will offer straight talk about the economy,
recession, foreclosures and more. He'll explain where we've come
from, where we are now and what we should be doing with our money
during this time. Afterward, Ramsey will spend one hour answering
audience questions live. Questions can be submitted by phone,
e-mail, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
"Town Hall for Hope" will not be available for home viewing; only
registered venues will have access to the streaming link for the
To learn more, please contact Todd Parmenter at 217-732-7618 or
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
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