Dr. Lee Mangold holds fundraiser for Florida House District 28 seat

Dr. Lee V. Mangold
Lee Mangold for Florida House 28
(321) 710 – 7417
[email protected]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 12, 2019
Dr. Lee Mangold holds fundraiser for Florida House District 28 seat

Sanford, FL. – Dr. Lee Mangold will be holding his first fundraiser in his bid for Florida House Seat 28. The Roaring 28 Speakeasy Soiree will be held at Luisa’s Cellar in Historic Sanford. The “Repeal After Party” will be from 7:00 PM to 9:00.  Cat’s Meow, Bee’s Knees, and All That Jazz ticket holders will receive an VIP password for exclusive Speakeasy Cocktail Hour from 6:00 PM to 7:00. The event will feature appetizers and a cash bar.

What:              Speakeasy Soiree and Fundraiser for Dr. Lee Mangold 

When:             Wednesday, September 18, 2019

VIP Speakeasy Cocktail Hour 6:00 – 7:00 PM (Password Required)

Repeal After Party 7:00 PM -9:00 PM

Where:            Luisa’s Cellar – 206 Sanford Avenue, Sanford, FL. 32771 

Ticket Levels:  Roaring 28 ($100) includes Repeal After Party

Cat’s Meow ($250), Bee’s Knees ($500), All That Jazz ($1000) – includes VIP exclusive Speakeasy access & Repeal After Party

                        Hip to the Jive (optional contribution) includes Repeal After Party

RSVP:              http://hd28.vip or call (833) VOTE-LEE


More About Dr. Lee Mangold
Dr. Lee Mangold is a 38-year-old Central Florida native. Prior to starting his own small Central Florida-based cybersecurity company, Lee worked as a government contractor developing training systems and cybersecurity technologies for the Army, Air Force, Department of Homeland Security, and other government agencies. He earned his Doctorate in Computer and Information Security at Northcentral University, and he is an adjunct professor at the University of Central Florida. As an active member of his community, Lee manages a local non-profit that supports local food pantry programs and a second non-profit that prepares students for careers in STEM. Lee looks forward to using his voice to advocate for community, public education, affordable healthcare, and a better economy for Seminole County.