WHEN: Wednesday, September 2, 2009
TIME: 6-8 p.m.
WHERE: Sawyer Hayes Community Center, 2201 Lake Land Road, Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY– Louisville businesswoman Kimberly Greenwell announced today that she is running for the office of state representative in the 33rd House District.
Her campaign will kick-off Wednesday, September 2nd from 6 pm to 8 pm with an open fundraising event at The Sawyer Hayes Community Center in the E.P. “Tom” Sawyer Park, where residents of Louisville’s 33rd district can come out and meet Greenwell.
“I am running because we are at a critical point in Louisville and in Kentucky. It’s time for leadership we can count on to improve the quality of life and to implement meaningful economic and educational policy for our community. It’s time for a change! I will be a strong advocate for working families, labor, for our teachers, our signature industries and natural resources. I will be the kind of leader who will do everything in my power to work cooperatively with leaders to move our district and Kentucky forward.”
Greenwell worked for seven years in broadcast media sales with WAVE 3 - TV and is currently an interactive media consultant with Metro Mojo of Louisville. She has been actively involved in community service projects including: Susan G. Komen Foundation Pink Tie Ball, Children’s Hospital Foundation Alliance, Leukemia Lymphoma Society, Humane Society, Strike Against Cancer Committee, and the American Heart Association.
The campaign website is www.KimberlyGreenwell.com, where people can learn more about Greenwell, sign up for campaign updates, volunteer, and contribute by check or credit card. For questions regarding the kick-off event please contact Brandy Bailey at (859) 581-9002.