'Dropping' on Cameron's bed comes with just a 1750-pound price tag!

London, Aug 17 : In their search for cash to win the next election, the Tories are selling access to David Cameron's bedroom for 1750 pounds, which will include a chance to 'room drop' the Prime Minister and other cabinet ministers at this year's Conservative Party Conference.

According to The Independent, every day during the conference, companies or lobbying firms will be able to pay to have their message or promotional item placed on the bed of the 350 most senior Tories staying in the official conference hotel and they can also pay to get messages printed on the Tories' key cards.

The new fundraising idea is one of many contained in an official Conservative Party sales document, which has been spread to potential sponsors ahead of this year's annual meeting in Manchester, the report said.

Among other offers is admission to the official VIP lounge where the Cabinet, Government Ministers and senior Party Officials go to lighten up or grab a quick snack, the report added.

--ANI (Posted on 17-08-2013)

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