Romney’s Son Tagg To Attend Young Americans for Romney Event at Dan’l Boone Inn Thursday, Fleetwood

Published Tuesday, September 25, 2012 at 1:52 pm

Tagg Romney

Correction: A previous version of this story stated that Tagg Romney would attend the campus of ASU due to inaccurate information provided by N.C. Victory Communications Director or a change of plans. Romney will attend breakfast at Dan’l Boone Inn on Thursday morning.

By Jesse Wood

Sept. 25, 2012. Mitt Romney’s eldest son Tagg Romney will visit the High Country on Thursday, Sept. 27 to campaign for his father’s bid for the presidency.

First, Romney will stop by the “agriculture community” at Cline Christmas Tree Farm for a farm tour from 8:30 to 9:15 a.m. in Fleetwood.

Then, he will join the Young Americans for Romney at Dan’l Boone Inn for breakfast from 9:45 to 10:30 a.m.

More details on these proceedings to come.      

According to the Detroit News, Tagg Romney was in Michigan on Monday where he called the criticism of his father’s 47 percent comment “ridiculous.”

The young Romney also told stories about how is father was the “cheapest human being alive,” preferring to order $1 slices of Domino’s Pizza instead of eating at fancy restaurants in Salt Lake City during board meetings for the 2000 Winter Olympics, which he was at the helm of. 

Tagg Romney’s Bio on the Solamere Capital, LLC, website:

Tagg Romney
Managing Partner

Tagg founded Solamere Capital with Eric Scheuermann and Spencer Zwick. Tagg has held a variety of operating and entrepreneurial positions. His operating experience includes serving as Chief Marketing Officer for the Los Angeles Dodgers, VP of onfield marketing at Reebok, and Director of Strategic Planning at Elan Pharmaceuticals. Tagg founded and subsequently sold Season Perks, a company that provided value-added private label online services (such as a secondary ticketing platform) for professional sports teams.

Tagg worked for each of his father’s three political campaigns (Romney for Senate, Romney for Governor, and Romney for President). He also worked for several years as a consultant, including time at both Monitor Group and McKinsey and Co. Tagg graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Economics from Brigham Young University and earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. Tagg and his wife Jennifer live in Belmont, MA and have three children.




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