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VIRGINIA: Attend the Grand Opening of the NRA Virginia Beach Campaign Field Office

Friday, July 6, 2012

This November will be ground zero for freedom's opponents to try and turn the tide against our gun rights in the Commonwealth, serving as a launching pad for their national gun ban crusade.  Our opponents will be pulling out all the stops, and so it is more important than ever that we block their campaign against the Second Amendment. 

To ensure we are prepared to meet the challenges and opportunities we will face this election season, we would like to invite you to the Grand Opening of the NRA Campaign Field Office in Virginia Beach on Saturday, July 28.

At this event, we will lay out our plans for our grassroots election strategies in your area and show you how you can help.  You will also get to meet and begin working with your NRA-ILA Campaign Field Representative, Robert Melvin--an NRA-ILA staff person who will be living in your area, coordinating our volunteer activities right through Election Day, Nov. 6!

The Grand Opening is absolutely free and food will be provided.  Be sure to join us for a phone bank immediately afterward.  Please make plans to attend and encourage your fellow NRA members and Second Amendment supporters to attend as well.

Here are the details:

NRA Virginia Beach Campaign
Field Office Grand Opening
Saturday, July 28, 2012
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
NRA Virginia Beach Campaign Field Office
4966 Euclid Road, Suite 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
(703) 622-4455

To register for this free event, please click here, or contact Robert Melvin, NRA-ILA's Campaign Field Representative in Virginia Beach, at (703) 622-4455 or rbmelvin.nra@gmail.com.  If you are unable to attend, but are still interested in assisting with this year's election activities, please contact Robert or stop by the Campaign Field Office at 4966 Euclid Road, Suite 200, in Virginia Beach.

We look forward to seeing you in Virginia Beach on July 28!

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