Donald Trump’s former campaign manager and current advisor is touring this spring… and cashing in
Kellyanne Conway, President Trump’s successful campaign manager and current counselor to the president, is “set to embark on a national speaking tour this spring,” according to CBS News. And catching a glimpse of Conway could cost you.
Conway has planned appearances scheduled at a fundraiser for Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and the New Hampshire and North Carolina Republican Parties:
At Blackburn’s Nashville event, Conway will participate in a roundtable discussion followed by a “photo reception” and a luncheon. Tickets to the event are selling for $150 a ticket.
On May 18th, Conway will headline the New Hampshire Republican Party’s “Spring to Victory Dinner” in Nashua. Individual tickets will cost $125 and sponsorships will go for as much as $10,000.
And then on June 3rd, Conway will head to Wilmington, North Carolina to address a luncheon hosted by the state Republican Party. Tickets cost $70 a head.
Some of those prices are more than even the highest grossing female acts touring today. The average ticket price, according to Pollstar, to see Rihanna perform is $90, for example. Stevie Nicks, touring with Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders is $98 per ticket on average. And even Adele and Beyoncé cost you an average $112 and $124 respectively per ticket.
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