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July 9, 2013

Eric Miller with Advance America to speak

Sunday, July 14, 2013, Rushville native Eric Miller, the founder and executive director of Advance America, will be speaking at the New Palestine Bible Church located 27 W. Main Street in New Palestine. Mr. Miller will be speaking in the 9 a.m. Sunday School hour and will bring an update in the 10 a.m. Morning Worship Service.

Advance America is a non-partisan, tax exempt educational organization founded by Eric Miller in 1980. Advance America is Indiana’s leading pro-family and pro-tax reform organization. Advance America does not endorse any candidate or political party.

Miller will be talking about some of the important issues impacting our families, our churches and our freedoms. He will also talk about what one person can do to make a difference on those issues they care about that affect their family. Eric will also be discussing the recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions on same sex marriage and will talk about what citizens can do to protect marriage between one man and one woman in Indiana.

Miller has spoken to hundreds of thousands of Hoosiers around the state since the founding of Advance America. Because of the non-partisan manner in which Advance America functions, their efforts in state government have been endorsed by elected officials in both political parties.

More information about Advance America is available at www.AdvanceAmerica.com.

Miller is an attorney and the Founder of Advance America, a conservative pro-family and pro-tax reform organization started in 1980.

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