BUZZ: Tickets to Bill Clinton speech in Greenville story go on sale Wednesday

Posted by ANDREW SHAIN on March 11, 2014 

APTOPIX Clinton Africa Conference

Former President Bill Clinton delivers remarks at an annual conference on Africa in Wilmington, Del., Monday, March 10, 2014. The conference brought together businesses, faith communities and individuals in Delaware with experts on Africa to discuss trade opportunities and issues such as human rights, sustainable development and global health. (AP Photo/Emily Varisco)


— Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday for former President Bill Clinton's appearance in Greenville at an April 8 event for Furman University's Riley Institute.

Tickets for “Evening with Bill Clinton” at the Peace Center cost $55, $75 and $200 for VIP seating that includes a post-event reception. (Clinton is not attending the reception.)

Proceeds go toward the Riley Institute's endowment fund.

Former Gov. Dick Riley -- for whom the government, politics, and public leadership center is named -- was Clinton's secretary of education during his two terms in the White House from 1993-2001. Riley was governor from 1979-1987.

Order tickets here.

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