Our BIGGEST Calling Party: Greenwich 6.00pm

WHEN
Wednesday 11 May 2022 at 06:00pm - 8:15pm
WHERE
Carolyn's place + on Zoom
46 Kingslangley Road
Greenwich, NSW 2065
Australia
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Carolyn Betts
2 RSVPS

This is going to be Team Tink's Biggest Calling Party of the campaign – with 50 callers working together, we can make up to 5000 calls and have 500 valid conversations in 1.5 hours.

Join fellow volunteers to scale our direct, persuasive conversations with constituents before they vote! 

Together, we'll be making simple phone calls to voters within the electorate, to make sure people know about Kylea and her offering of real leadership on climate, integrity, economy and equality.

For those attending in person - please BYO mobile phone (numbers limited to 15 in Greenwich, but feel free to host your own little satellite event locally at the same time)

Join via Zoom – all you need is a computer, a phone and an internet connection. You'll receive the log-in details, once you RSVP!

The party begins at 6.00pm and you will be briefed and provided with everything you need to be able to call constituents and have some great conversations.

Absolutely no experience required.

Our outbound calling time will be from 6.30pm – 8.00pm

Hope to see you there!

 

Carolyn

Tink Telephone Team

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