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Everything Is Bigger In Texas--Including the 2013 NRA-ILA Annual Meeting Grassroots Workshop!

Friday, March 15, 2013

At no time in recent history has it been more important for NRA members and Second Amendment supporters to be effective activists in our campaign to protect and preserve our Second Amendment rights. Our freedom is under attack like never before, on multiple fronts!

As such, your attendance at this year's FREE NRA-ILA Grassroots Workshop in Houston is a critical step toward ensuring the future of our gun rights.  This Workshop has been a staple of NRA’s Annual Meetings for decades, and is one of the most popular seminars of the week, attended by hundreds of freedom-loving NRA members.  Details of the Workshop are:

Friday, May 3, 2013
Hilton Americas-Houston Hotel
1600 Lamar Street, Houston, Texas 77010
Grand Ballrooms J/K (Level Four)
(Continental Breakfast:  8:30-9:00 a.m.)

At this FREE Workshop, we will discuss the current threats our rights face in Congress and provide you with the materials, strategies and programs you will need to educate and empower your fellow gun owners to "Stand and Fight" with NRA! 

The Workshop will feature several guest speakers, including NRA officers and NRA-ILA staff.  Additionally, we will also host a special panel featuring some of NRA’s top activists, giving their firsthand accounts of their grassroots strategies and successes, who will be able to answer your questions on how to do the same in your state!

With your support and attendance at the Workshop, you'll help ensure that NRA members and gun owners from across the nation are actively in engaged in the battle to protect the Second Amendment.  Please encourage your family, friends and fellow firearm owners who will be in Houston to attend as well!

We hope to see you at the Houston Workshop on May 3.

To register for this free Workshop, please click here, or call the NRA-ILA Grassroots Division at (800) 392-VOTE (8683).

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