Recap of Haslam Appointments Thus Far

Statement from Bill Haslam, Tennessee’s Governor-Elect, Dec. 10, 2010:

“The last couple of weeks have been incredibly busy, yet very exciting as we continue building our team and preparing to take office in the New Year. Since the election we’ve had a great response from citizens all across the state offering suggestions for better government and with interest in helping our administration.

“I’m encouraged by the quality and depth of the leadership team (listed below) we’ve recruited to date and look forward to announcing more appointments soon. To read more about our appointments, please go to our transition website at www.billhaslam.org.”

“And with the Inaugural approaching and a goal to have the most inclusive celebration possible, things are really starting to come together for the weekend of January 15th. The festivities will kick-off Friday night with a celebration event downtown. The Inaugural Ceremony will take place mid-morning Saturday at Legislative Plaza and the evening celebrations will be held at the newly renovated Opryland Hotel. We are also honored to invite Tennesseans to the Executive Residence on Sunday for an Open House. Details are still being finalized with many of the events free and open to the public. A separate website with all of this information and more is in the works. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Inaugural Team at 615.690.8668.”

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  • C. Mack Jean

    Dear Governor-Elect Haslam:

    I congratulate you and wish you great success as the newly elected governor of the great state of Tennessee!!

    For all the professional high quality and penetrating advertisements you ran in your election campaign, I personally have yet to see a thank you (perhaps I missed it!!) to the people of Tennessee who elected you. Perhaps you’re saving it for your inaugural address. May I suggest that a public thank you would appropriately complete the circle of trust and credibility that you so aptly portrayed in your election campaign.

    Sincerely,

    C. Mack Jean
    Brentwood, Tennessee