Clements For Senate TV Ad Shown in Columbia

TOM CLEMENTS FOR US SENATE in South Carolina
 
PRESS ADVISORY
October 12, 2010
http://clementsforsenate.com
 
CLEMENTS’ SENATE CAMPAIGN TO BEGIN ADVERTISING RUN WITH SHOWING OF “WHERE’S DEMINT?” CAMPAIGN AD TO GATHERING OF SUPPORTERS IN COLUMBIA
 
Columbia, SC — Tom Clements’ U.S. Senate campaign will give supporters an advance look at a 30-second professional produced television ad “Where’s Jim DeMint?” at a private “meet & greet” gathering in Columbia on Tuesday, October 12, 2010 from 5:30-7:30pm.  [Ad on request]  The ad is the first of three TV spots aimed at DeMint.
 
Media organizations wishing to attend the showing should contact the campaign for directions, as the event is not open to the public. The event is cosponsored by numerous Clements campaign supporters, including some well-known Democrats.
 
The Clements’ statewide ad campaign is slated to begin on Monday, October 18th beginning with radio and television spots in most of the major media markets across South Carolina.  “State-wide, support by Democrats for the campaign has been quietly growing and we expect these ads to solidify that support,” said Clements.
 
Several advance radio spots were run during Saturday’s USC vs Alabama game on Saturday, October 9 and can be heard on the campaign website.
 
Also to be shown at the event will be a supporter-produced YouTube video entitled “It Ain’t Easy Being Green” which chronicles the triumphs and travails of a third party candidate.  The song features “The Green Sisters,” who came together just to record the song.
 
“It Ain’t Easy Being Green” – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gRI7-DomR4

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