July 11th Lakes Area Tea Party Meeting

Join us at
The Uptown Grille for our

 July 11th Lakes Area
Tea Party Meeting!

3100 E West Maple Rd, Commerce Township, MI 48390 (map)
Dinner/social time at 6:00 p.m. Meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.


And the Implications for the U.S. Economy
Presented by David Littmann


In a close referendum last month, voters in the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, setting off financial shock-waves in Europe and around the world. British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned, while Scotland has renewed calls for another referendum, global stock markets lost nearly $2 trillion in one day, and the British pound is at a 30-year low. Many view the British referendum as commentary not only on economic and immigration trends in the UL, but as a possible forecast of the broader wave of anti-globalization and nationalistic political movements in the U.S. and Europe.

David Littmann, senior economist with the Mackinaw Center for Public Policy and former senior vice president of Comerica Bank, will discuss the immediate fall out and economic consequences of Britain’s departure from the E.U. Be sure to join us for this informative evening.

Please plan on joining us for dinner. Come early to make sure you can get a seat and to also enjoy great food and drink at the Uptown Grille. 

The Lakes Area Tea Party holds true to the Conservative principles of low taxes, small government and personal responsibility enshrined in the Platform of the Republican Party.

Reach out to someone at your church, in your neighborhood or invite a family member to a meeting. You could be responsible for turning a information voter into an educated voter!