You are Invited to the
June Cobb County Republican Breakfast
Johns Creek City Councilman, Post 2
With trade wars making the news daily and as June 2019 marks the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in the People's Republic of China, Johns Creek City Council member Jay Lin will join us for a talk on how Chinese Americans are helping to influence and shape the Republican Party.
June 5, 1989, a lone Chinese student stops a column of tanks en route to breaking up the protests at Tiananmen Square.
Saturday, June 1, 2019
8:00 AM - Doors Open
8:30 AM - Program
ABOUT JAY LIN: Jay Lin, a licensed general contractor, was elected to the City Council on Dec. 1 in a runoff election.
Lin moved to Johns Creek from Taiwan in 1999. He and his wife Mimi are owners of Pacific Ventures, a home and remodeling business specializing in sustainable design.
Lin serves as an advisory board member of Chinese American Entrepreneur Alliance, and is a board member of "Beyond Sunday,” a non-profit organization focus on marketplace ministry. He is a member of Iron Sharpens Iron, a marketplace discipleship program for senior executives. He also has been Johns Creek chapter president for Businessmen's Fellowship USA.
Lin, a member of Influencers Church in Duluth, has been involved in a number of faith-based organizations.
A Taiwanese native, he received a BA degree in 1986 in banking and insurance from Chun Yu Institute of Technology in Taiwan.
He is married to Mimi Lin, and has a son, Kevin, and a daughter, Katie.
Thank You to Our June Breakfast Sponsors:
Candidate for the 6th Congressional District
CONTACT CHAIRMAN JASON SHEPHERD ABOUT SPONSORING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE JUNE COBB GOP BREAKFAST at Chair@CobbGOP.org
Breakfast $8 in advance
(Now through Wed. May 29)
Breakfast $10 Regular Price
(Thurs. May 30 and at the door)
2 breakfast tickets, reserved seating, and 2 minutes to address the breakfast.
No charge to attend.
Cobb GOP HQ
799 Roswell Street NE
Marietta, GA 30060