NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) November 17, 2017
Contact: Dava Guerin, 443-493-0406
Former Congressman Bob Clement to Donate Book Sales to Dickson Museum
NASHVILLE, TN-Nov. 20-Former U.S. Congressman Bob Clement has traveled the state speaking to local groups about politics and public service and donating copies of his book, “Presidents, Kings and Convicts: My Journey from the Tennessee Governor’s Residence to the Halls of Congress,” to local schools and libraries. From now through December 31, Clement will be donating sales of his book to the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum, one of the only sites of an authentic railroad hotel located in a small Tennessee town. The museum is housed in the Hotel Halbrook State Historic Site, and helps educate the public about the Civil War, railroads, Tennessee politics, and regional history.
“As I’ve met with so many Tennesseans traveling across Tennessee, people always want to know about how we can bring back civility in politics and what they can do to help,” said Clement. “Being a former college president, I believe in everyone understanding civics and how our government works, and getting involved in some form of public service. That’s one of the reasons that I’ve donated so many books to Tennessee libraries, because I’m hopeful that Americans will embrace politics for all the right reasons,” he added.
Clement’s father, former Governor Frank G. Clement, was born and raised in Dickson, Tennessee, and the museum contains many items that belonged to the Clement family, as well as exhibits featuring Governor Clement’s early years, political campaigns and accomplishments.
For more information on “Presidents, Kings and Convicts,” visit http://www.presidentskingsconvicts.com. The book is also available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and Congressman Clement can be reached at: bob.clement(at)comcast(dot)net.