Someone Thought This Was a Good Idea
Strategic Health Care — a health care consulting firm in Washington, D.C., and Ohio — is holding a reception on Capitol Hill next week.
“Hey y’all,” the invitation reads. “[Get] gussied up in your Sunday jorts, mullets, and fullets and come on down to the White Trash Reception.”
The emailed invite, which features two gentlemen with big hair, questionable dental hygiene, beer guts, bandanas and beer, talks up the July 19 hoedown at 230 Second Street NE with flag-draped flourish.
On its website, Strategic Health Care says its mission is to serve “effectively and efficiently with integrity, tenacity, and energy.”
The company strives to become the “leading health care consulting firm focused all matters where government and health care meet,” SHC’s website claims. “In order to achieve this (and distinguish ourselves from other firms), we will continue to capitalize on our knowledge of the health care system, our understanding of our clients’ businesses, our ability to anticipate and influence legislative and regulatory issues, and our dedication to efficient and cost-effective client service.”
They also hope to distinguish themselves by throwing the aforementioned “White Trash Reception.” No word if costumes are required.
But the invitation does promise “suds and grubs” for the trashy participants.
And please RSVP to the health care consulting firm!
“[R]ite,” they ask. “[So] vittles pre-pared.”