June 25, 2017 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM
The Republican Jewish Coalition invites you to join us for a brunch
State Rep. Randy Fine (FL District 53)
$36/person to current RJC Members
$54/person to non RJC Members
Includes buffet and all non-alcoholic beverages PLUS unlimited mimosas.
RSVP is needed no later than June 23 at noon.
This venue does not adhere to Jewish dietary laws.
1501 International Pkwy
Lake Mary, FL 32746
Randy Fine is the State Representative in the 53rd District of Florida. Randy is a true conservative, self-made businessman, husband, and father.
Randy Fine is a third-generation Floridian, the grandson of a Russian immigrant who pushed a vegetable cart, and the son of a disabled college professor and public school teacher that taught him conservative values at a very early age. In high school and college, Randy served as State Chairman of the Teenage Republicans, one of only twelve Republican Pages in the US House of Representatives working under then-Minority Whip Newt Gingrich, twice a member of the staff of a Republican nominee for governor, and a two-time summer intern for legendary conservative Congressman Robert K. Dornan of California. But rather than building his career in politics, Randy followed Dornan’s advice and made his way to the private sector, building a business and creating jobs, heeding Dornan’s words that “if you don’t need a political paycheck, you never have to put yourself up for sale.” Starting with nothing but the free dictionary he got when opening his first bank account, grit and perseverance, Randy not only was admitted, but paid his way through Harvard College and became a leading conservative voice in a hostile educational environment. His business successes, even while in college, led him to become the youngest person admitted to Harvard Business School in a generation, and he graduated from there as a Baker Scholar, the school’s highest academic honor.
Randy’s business career has focused on helping startup and troubled businesses fix themselves – as a consultant at the world’s largest consulting firm, for multiple technology startups, and for large hospitality businesses. At the age of 31, he founded The Fine Point Group, which has grown into one of the largest software and consulting firms focused solely on the hospitality industry. Randy semi-retired in 2015 to spend more time with his wife and boys, and to focus on giving back to the community. He currently serves as the Tiger Den Leader for his son’s Cub Scout Tiger Den and works weekly in his son’s classroom.
He also has spent seven years as one of Harvard’s representatives interviewing prospective Brevard County students seeking to attend Harvard.. Randy and his family have made their home in the 53rd district since 2006.