BELLEVUE, WA – With an eye on next year’s mid-term election and important pending Capitol Hill legislation including National Reciprocity and the Hearing Protection Act, the 32nd annual Gun Rights Policy Conference is scheduled Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Dallas, Texas.
Co-hosted by the Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, this year’s event is being held at the Westin Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. It will bring together gun rights advocates and grassroots activists from all corners of the country, along with visitors from other nations where gun rights movements are in their infancy.
This year’s featured speakers will include SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb, SAF President Joseph Tartaro and a host of leaders in the Second Amendment community. Included in the weekend activities is the annual Saturday awards luncheon. This year’s event features a full schedule of panel discussions on a variety of Second Amendment-related topics, from elections to legal activities.
More than 75 speakers will participate in a wide range of panel discussions covering topics including political action, upcoming legal battles, using social media and expanding grassroots activities.
SAF and CCRKBA leaders will be joined by representatives from the National Shooting Sports Foundation, Gun Owners of America, the National Rifle Association and other gun rights organizations. There will also be media specialists and experts on national and international affairs.
The weekend event typically attracts more than 500 gun owners, activists and experts from across the country. Attendance is free, and on-line registration is available at http://www.saf.org/grpc.
Conference activities kick off Friday evening with a reception, and the main event Saturday, Sept. 30 & Sunday, Oct. 1. The Westin Dallas-Fort Worth Airport is located at 4545 W John Carpenter Fwy, Irving, TX 75063
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) is dedicated to promoting a better understanding about our Constitutional heritage to privately own and possess firearms.
To that end, we carry on many educational and legal action programs designed to better inform the public about the gun control debate.
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