Keep America Great: Trump to Hold Rally in Greenville July 17

GREENVILLE – President Donald Trump campaigned for the Oval Office in 2016 with a barrage of Make America Great Again rallies across the nation, from big cities to small-town America and fly over country. With 2020 elections right around the corner, the president is doing it again, taking a new message right to the people – Keep America Great.

On Wednesday July 17 Trump will bring his Keep America Great reelection tour to eastern North Carolina with a stop in Greenville and tickets are still available. NCGOP Vice Chair Miriam Chu is encouraging Republicans in the Old North State to pack the house and let the gaggle of socialist Democratic presidential contenders know the Trump era is far from over.

Time is running out to get your tickets to see President Trump! On Wednesday, July 17th, the President of the United States will be visiting us in Greenville, NC. Our 45th President is famous for his high-energy, America-First rallies, so you don’t want to miss this. Tickets are still available here.

Secure your ticket NOW so we can PACK Williams Arena at ECU and show the President that North Carolina is FIRED UP to elect Republicans up and down the ballot in 2020.

Stay tuned for more updates and we’ll see you in Greenville on Wednesday!

Vice Chair Miriam Chu

If you’ve never been to one, these Trump rallies are something every Republican — and independents, and even Democrats — should experience in person at least once. There is an electricity around these events that is hard to describe, yet impossible to dismiss. It’s that electricity that powered Trump’s first historic victory, and the Keep America Great campaign is turning up the voltage on the way to 2020.

So, if you’re anywhere near Greenville, don’t miss your chance; get your tickets now!

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