The following is condensed from an email I received on May 5 from Matt Hawes of C4L. I’ve been meaning to post it but am only now getting to it. A great deal for anyone interested! Low rates and rich content. Check it out:
Last year, the first-ever Liberty Political Action Conference (LPAC) drew over 700 grassroots activists to Reno, Nevada, for a weekend of educational speeches, networking and top-notch political training.
LPAC 2012 will be held at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Virginia, from September 13-15, and it will bring together exciting personalities and leaders in the liberty movement to discuss sound money, foreign policy, civil liberties and the constitutional hot button issues facing our country today.
It will play host to freedom activists from across the country and will showcase conservative, libertarian, constitutional and free market organizations and businesses.
LPAC 2012 will also feature comprehensive grassroots trainings, book signings, receptions and private briefings.
A ticket to all three days of the main Conference events costs only $120, but you can click here to take advantage of our special Early Bird rate of only $85.
A three day student pass is available for only $40 to those who can present a valid student ID at check-in.
For those who want to be equipped with the tools and practical knowledge it takes to achieve victory for our ideas on the local, state and national levels, our special Saturday grassroots political training is available for only $50.
Our training will teach you how to turn your passion into action, hold your legislators accountable, grow support for your efforts and much more.
If you’re interested in exhibiting at LPAC 2012, please click here.
For more information, including details on reserving your room at the Marriott at the special LPAC rate, visit LPAC.com right away.
Be sure to mark the site in your browser, as more details on speakers and Conference events will be added in the coming weeks.
LPAC 2011 was an exciting weekend that provided liberty activists a chance to relax, recharge, learn more about the issues, and train for future victories.
LPAC 2012 promises to be even bigger and better.