Judson Phillips, Founder of Tea Party Nation joins TheTeaParty.net as Associate Director.

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TheTeaParty.net is proud to announce the addition of Judson Phillips, a key voice of the Conservative Grassroots to its team. Phillips experience and organizational clout with Tea Party Nation and organizer of many successful Tea Party rallies will be crucial to TheTeaParty.net's mission of building national coalitions and resources for Tea Party groups across the country.

Judson Phillips, the Founder of Tea Party Nation (http://www.teapartynation.com) is joining the TheTeaParty.net as an Associate Director.

“One of the great things about the Tea Party movement for me has been the opportunity to meet some really incredible people and work with them as we try to save our nation,” Phillips said.

Phillips is best known for founding Tea Party Nation. When the Tea Party movement organized in early 2009, he was on the original conference calls and organized large and wildly successful rallies in Nashville. Phillips then organized the First National Tea Party Convention, which featured Sarah Palin in her first public speech after leaving the Governor’s office in Alaska.

As an associate director, Phillips will be involved in public events for TheTeaParty.net as well as blogging and media events.

"With the addition of Judson Phillips, TheTeaParty.net is proud to be adding another key voice of the Conservative Grassroots to its team. Judson's deep experience and organizational clout will be crucial to our mission of building national coalitions and offering one-stop resources for Tea Party groups across the country," said Dustin Stockton, Chief Strategist of TheTeaParty.net.

In addition to his work with the TheTeaparty.net, Phillips will continue to run Tea Party Nation as its CEO.

Founded in 2009, TheTeaParty.net (TTP), a 50l (c) 4 is one of the nation’s largest Tea Party organizations with almost 1,000,000 hits a month and more than 300,000 members. Devoted to providing educational and leadership resources to local organizations, TheTeaParty.net offers free tools, including a national calendar, petitions, Tea Party locator map, free virtual and location-specific events.

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