POLL: Sarah Palin lined up to speak at Town Hall Series

It was standing room only for Sarah Palin fans who swarmed Germain Arena Monday to hear the Vice Presidential candidate speak.  Some supporters had to be turned away at the door and over 8,000 filled the arena.  Michel Fortier/Staff

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It was standing room only for Sarah Palin fans who swarmed Germain Arena Monday to hear the Vice Presidential candidate speak. Some supporters had to be turned away at the door and over 8,000 filled the arena. Michel Fortier/Staff

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The Ritz-Carlton Naples

280 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples, FL

The Town Hall Series is bringing Sarah Palin to Naples.

The 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate and former governor of Alaska will be one of its featured speakers in 2011.

Palin is scheduled to appear on March 23 at The Ritz-Carlton, Naples.

“Regardless of how you feel politically, she is one of the most powerful voices in America today,” said Rick Borman, president and producer of the Town Hall Series, in a statement. “Sarah is a prime example of a high-profile speaker who’s message will encourage dialogue among our attendees on a variety of subjects and issues. The promotion of lively discussion and spirited exchanges is at the very heart of Town Hall.”

The Naples Town Hall Speaker Series has been running for almost three decades. Earlier this year, the series brought in former President George W. Bush and his brother, Jeb Bush, a former governor of Florida.

Tickets for the series, which includes four speakers, are $600 per person or $1,350 per person for the dinner series, which includes a cocktail reception, dinner and a 45-minute question and answer session.

For more information, visit www.naplestownhall.org.

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