Press Release

 

News/Photo Op with Eric Trump

Appearance at Walled Lake Trump Office on Friday (November 4)

Walled Lake, MI [Immediate Release]:  Donald J Trump is in it to win it.   As a part of Trump’s final push to victory, Eric F. Trump will make an appearance at the Walled Lake Trump Office on Friday, November 4 at 1:45 p.m.  The Walled Lake office is located at 500 N. Pontiac Trail (Suite F).

Donald J. Trump believes Michigan is in prime position to go red for the first time in a generation. The Trump Team’s campaign appearances around Michigan, including Trump’s and Mike Pence’s personal appearances, during the last days before the election shows that Michigan is in play.

“We are thrilled that Eric Trump will visit the Walled Lake Trump Office.  The large expected crowd is invited to arrive at 12:45 p.m. to welcome Eric when he arrives later.  Our all-volunteer office has been the most dynamic Trump office in Michigan.  Since we opened last August, thousands of voters have stopped in this location to call voters, pick up literature, and sign up to walk neighborhoods all to help elect Trump,” said Rosanne Ponkowski, Michigan Conservative Coalition’s President.

“We have distributed over 7,000 Trump yard signs, hosted Michigan’s two largest debate watch parties, coordinated three enormously successful statewide flash mob events that engaged nearly 10,000 volunteers in total, and trained an army of volunteers on Trump’s behalf,” said Ponkowski.

“We ask voters to stop in at our Walled Lake office to show Eric Trump our support for his father.   Michigan is clearly in play for Trump!  Stop in and join the festivities,” said Ponkowski.

Questions about the Eric Trump visit to Walled Lake may be addressed to the Event Coordinator by email to trumpbuildingmichigan@gmail.com or by calling Meshawn Maddock at 248-866-2631

                                               

For the most up to date information, please visit Michigan Conservative Coalition events on Facebook.

Due to the expected crowd, parking on site at 500 N. Pontiac will be limited.   Those attending are asked to park on nearby streets, such as Nicolet Street, or at nearby public parking areas.