“American Bakers PAC is thrilled to announce that Carly Fiorina will keynote the American Bakers PAC Dinner during the 2016 ABA Convention,” said American Bakers PAC Chairman Steve Avera, Flowers Foods. “Fresh off the presidential campaign trail, Ms. Fiorina is a dynamic speaker who will share her insider’s perspective on the current presidential race, and her vision for America and beyond.”
Few could have predicted that Carly Fiorina would become one of America’s most visible and influential corporate leaders, politician, and one of the world’s most distinguished business innovators. She is a prominent thought leader, best-selling author and top policy advisor to both the private and public sectors. A self-made woman, Ms. Fiorina started her business career as a secretary and went on to become the first woman to lead a Fortune 20 company.
Despite recently suspending her presidential campaign, Ms. Fiorina remains committed to fighting for Americans who refuse to settle for the way things are, and a status quo that no longer works for them.
“We are very excited to bring such a well-respected and influential leader to Arizona for this year’s American Bakers PAC events,” said ABA Senior Political Director Kelly Knowles. “A limited number of high-dollar donors will also be able to meet personally with Ms. Fiorina during a roundtable discussion prior to the dinner. Funds raised will allow American Bakers PAC to support candidates who support bakers in this year’s critical election.”
The American Bakers PAC Dinner is a ticketed event on Monday evening, March 21, during the ABA Convention. Invitations and ticket order forms have been distributed to authorized ABA members. To learn more about the PAC Dinner and ABA’s political activities, please contact ABA Senior Director Political Affairs Kelly Knowles at 202-789-0300 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2016 American Bakers Association Convention promises to be the premier industry event of the year. Registration information is available at www.americanbakers.org or by calling 202-789-0300.