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Dr. Randal Pinkett
September 21, 2009

Elevate your game

Dear Friends,


As you are probably well aware, only two states will elect their governor this year: New Jersey and Virginia. As a result, the country is looking to these states to see if the record number of voters that came out last year in support of President Obama was a “one hit wonder” or a lasting change in citizen’s participation. Because of the importance of the upcoming election in my home state of New Jersey, I’ve decided to get personally involved to ensure that the momentum in 2008 continues in 2009. I’m proud to announce my role as chairperson of “Yes We Can 2.0,” a voter contact program targeting newly registered Democratic voters in New Jersey including people of color and young adults. I was invited to serve in this role by New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine and I proudly accepted it.

“Yes We Can 2.0” is a grassroots voter mobilization program steeped in Governor Corzine's values and Obama for America’s community organizing principles of Respect, Empower and Include. Between now and the general election on November 3, we will be reaching out across the state to promote service in New Jersey’s communities; spawn action by New Jersey’s communities; and inspire faith amongst New Jersey’s communities. Just as our voices mattered to Barack Obama in 2008 through the “Yes We Can” campaign that made history, our voices will continue to matter in 2009 through the “Yes We Can 2.0” campaign that will also make history!

If you live in New Jersey or Virginia – or you know someone who lives in New Jersey or Virginia – let’s not lose this opportunity to be engaged, to be counted and to be heard. Let’s keep it going!

Peace and blessings,

Randal

MOMENTUM
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Randal inks publishing deal with AMACOM Books
Randal headlines 2009-2010 UNCF HBCU Empower Me Tour

Randal honored by NJBIZ Forty Under 40

"Yes We Can 2.0”" Campaign Announces Dr. Randal Pinkett as Chair



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APPEARANCES


Good Day NY Interview

VideoFLASHBACK: In July, the rumor mill was abuzz regarding Randal’s possible transition into politics. Here Randal speaks candidly with Good Day NY on Fox 5. To view the video, click on the image.

     


   
At the NJBIZ Forty Under 40 Awards with Valerie Mason-Robinson of Eden Organix, and David Schankweiler of Journal Publications Inc.
  With Terrence Howard at the 2009 National Urban League Annual Conference
in Chicago, IL
  At the press conference for the Corzine '09, Victory 2009 and "Yes We
Can 2.0" campaigns in Trenton, NJ

BREAKTHROUGH

MAKING HISTORY

At my company, BCT Partners, we conduct monthly Town Hall meetings -- it saves money and deals with core issues like assessing company progress and optimizing operations -- overall inventorying our role in the business world. These meetings are like public forums for everyone in the company.

For the first time in its 214-year history, New Jersey will elect a Lieutenant Governor in November. Since the role of Lieutenant Governor is yet to be defined, Leadership New Jersey (LNJ) and its consortium partners want to make sure that there is a statewide public forum, the 2009 Forum on the Future of New Jersey in which New Jersey voters will be able to discuss the responsibilities of the Lt. Governor. In fact, I am a former LNJ Fellow and will serve as one of the event’s keynote speakers.

Select NJ media are joining together with Monmouth University to host the state’s first-ever Lieutenant Governor debate. This debate is the one and only official debate, approved by the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission--a historic event!

SPOTLIGHT
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ABOUT RANDAL PINKETT

Dr. Randal Pinkett has established himself as an entrepreneur, speaker, writer, scholar and community servant. He is the Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of BCT Partners, a multimillion-dollar management, technology and policy-consulting firm based in Newark, NJ. A sought after public speaker and advocate for numerous corporate, youth and community groups, Dr. Pinkett is the author of Campus CEO: The Student Entrepreneur's Guide To Launching a Multimillion-Dollar Business and No-Money Down CEO: How to Start Your Dream Business with Little or No Cash. Notably, Dr. Pinkett made history as the first African-American ever to receive a Rhodes Scholarship at Rutgers University and firmly believes in the mantra "for those to whom much is given, much is expected."

The "Elevate Your Game" monthly e-Newsletter is published by Dr. Randal Pinkett. Copyright (c) 2009 Randal Pinkett, LLC. All rights reserved. For further information, visit us at www.randalpinkett.com or call 201.618.1101. For business, publicity and media inquires, please contact Ms. April Peters at 973.622.0900 x103 or apeters@bctpartners.com.

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