Tuesday, December 04, 2007

CPAC 2008

Dont Miss the Incredible Line-Up of Speakers
at CPAC 2008!

Register today for the largest gathering of conservative grassroots activists in the country! The American Conservative Union Foundation is pleased to invite you to participate in the nations largest annual gathering of conservatives. The 35th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) will be held on February 7-9, 2008, at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC.

Invited Speakers Include:
Hon. Dick Armey Gov. Haley Barbour Amb. John Bolton Gov.-elect Bobby Jindal Gov. Sarah Palin Newt Gingrich Rudy Giuliani Mitt Romney Mike Huckabee Fred Thompson David Keene Wayne LaPierre Phyllis Schlafly George Will and many more!

CPAC will feature book signings by the nations leading conservative authors, live broadcasts of national and local radio talk shows, hands-on training sessions from grassroots activism to media strategy, internet row, a bloggers row, and much, much more!


A showcase of the heart and soul of American conservatism
Los Angeles Times

Unmatched in both the numbers it draws and the quality of speakers who appear
The Politico

The nations premier gathering of conservatives a key event for conservative candidates ever since the first gathering was held in 1974.


Registration Packages Include :
- Diamond Package | $475
- Gold Package | $350
- 3-Day Conference Package | $125
- Presidential Banquet | $250
- Reagan Banquet | $225
- Student Package | $25
- Saturday-Only Pass | $25

Please visit our website to register today.

Hotel Information
Rooms are available for CPAC attendees at the Omni Shoreham Hotel at 2500 Calvert Street, NW, Washington, DC 20008. To make a reservation, call (800) 843-6664.

Mention CPAC in order to receive the discounted rate of $219 ($189 for students, ID required) before the January 15, 2008 deadline.

The 35th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference is a project of the American Conservative Union Foundation in association with Human Events and the Young Americas Foundation.


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