The John Birch Society Welcomes Robert Brown as New Coordinator in Montana

By:  Bill Hahn
07/24/2009
       

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The John Birch Society Welcomes Robert Brown as New Coordinator in Montana

Constitutional advocates expands Field Staff to organize volunteers to carry out JBS mission of limited government, more responsibility, with God’s help, a better world

altAPPLETON, WIS.—July 24, 2009—The John Birch Society welcomes Robert Brown as a new Coordinator to its Field Staff.  As Coordinator, Brown will be responsible for organizing volunteer leaders and allies of The John Birch Society in the state of Montana.

Jim Fitzgerald, JBS National Director of Field Activities, says expanding the existing organizational structure in Montana is part of the organization’s strategy to reach an ever-increasing group of concerned Americans.  He says, “The current economic climate has caused many to question the proper role of government, the consequences to future generations, and solutions to the economic crisis.  The John Birch Society prides itself on providing Constitutional solutions for the problems of today.”

The Society offers many opportunities for concerned Americans to educate themselves on the problems and solutions, as well as ways to locally organize.

Brown lives in Helena with his wife and their eight children.  He is originally from Utah, is a former insurance agent and was named as a 2006 Honorary Member to the Top 50 Conservatives list published by Idahoans for Tax Reform.

Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, The John Birch Society is dedicated to restoring and preserving freedom under the U.S. Constitution.  Members come from all walks of life and are active throughout the 50 states on local, regional and national issues.  United by a strong belief in personal freedom and limited government, plus a sense of duty, members have played a continuous and pivotal role in halting legislation and federal policies that threaten the independence of our country and the freedom of American citizens.  Visit www.JBS.org for more information.

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