August 13, 2013. Chantilly, VA. The 2013 Liberty Political Action Conference hosted by Campaign for Liberty is just over a month away and tickets are going fast. Each year, the annual gathering of liberty activists seems larger and more exciting than the year before. This year’s conference is no different. Sen. Rand Paul, Rep. Justin Amash and former Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul will be headlining the event.
Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) is one of this year's featured speakers at LPAC 2013.
The 2013 LPAC Conference will be held on September 19-22, 2013 at the Westfields Marriott in Chantilly, Virginia. Tickets are on sale now, not only for the overall three-day event, but also for individual sessions, speeches and workshops. The cost to attend is fairly pricey. So the Conference organizer – Campaign for Liberty – makes available a menu-style system for registering so attendees have the option to only pay for the specific events they wish to participate in.
2013 LPAC Conference
In a recent email to supporters, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate reminded potential attendees that the 2013 LPAC Conference is much more than a simple series of speeches. “In addition to a great lineup of leading speakers in our movement, LPAC will also feature several side events for attendees to meet and mingle with our speakers and other activists from all across the nation,” he noted, “On Friday, September 20, we’ll host a private, special reception with Ron Paul shortly before his main stage speech. This is your chance to meet the Champion of the Constitution!”
Conference organizers happily announced that the entire day of Sunday would be dedicated to, “unparalleled grassroots activism training.” C4L’s John Tate explains, “Seasoned political veterans will equip you with the tools you need to be respected – and feared – by the political class. You’ll learn how to see through the lies and distortions our elected officials tell us, as we show you the techniques the politicians pray you’ll never find out about.” Tate promises workshop attendees, “You’ll leave these classes feeling motivated and empowered to make a difference starting in your own backyard.”
The LPAC Conference website details a partial list of the headline speakers. As noted by the sponsors, the speaker line-up and schedule are subject to change as more speakers are added and the event draws nearer. Here are just some of the scheduled speakers for the 2013 LPAC Conference (from LPAC.com):
Thursday September 19th
Friday September 20th
Saturday September 21st
As mentioned, ticket prices for the entire three-day annual LPAC Conference are probably too high for the average liberty activist to afford. So conference organizers offer a menu-style listing of individual event tickets at much lower, individual prices. Here is a sampling from the LPAC Tickets page:
Ron Paul Reception - $250 A private reception with Dr. Ron Paul will be held on Friday, September 20th, from 5pm to 6pm and will include an open bar and food. The price of this reception is not included in the 3 day pass rate.
Private Briefing with Senator Rand Paul – $550 There will be a private briefing with Senator Rand Paul from 7pm to 7:30pm on Thursday September 19th. Those that attend the briefing will have time to talk with Senator about current legislative battles and important issues in the liberty movement. Only 15 people will be allowed to participate in this briefing.
3-Day Pass - $120 includes a 3 day pass to the LPAC general session.
3-Day Pass plus Training -$145 includes a 3 day pass to the LPAC general session PLUS admission to the Sunday, all day, grassroots training for only $25. Sunday training does include a meal.
Sunday Training – $45 includes admission to the all-day grassroots training on September 22nd. This is the full rate for training and does NOT include any admission to LPAC. Those attendees purchasing LPAC 3 day passes will get a reduced rate if they would also like to attend the training and should choose the 3 Day Pass + Sunday Training option.
Platinum Pass – $2,500 includes a 3 day pass to LPAC 2013, seating in the first few rows of the general session, access to all paid receptions and private briefings, “comped” access for 2 to the Sunday grassroots training, lunch for 2 on Friday and Saturday at the hotel restaurant, transportation, if necessary, to and from Dulles airport, recognition in the LPAC 2013 program and a gift basket. ALL Platinum Pass holders also receive one EXTRA Platinum Pass for a guest; we just require that the name, address, email and phone number of that guest be provided to the LPAC staff.
A Platinum Pass does NOT include backstage access, private access to any LPAC speakers, panel members or C4L staff, any meetings with LPAC speakers, panel members or C4L staff, entrance to either the speaker’s only areas or the staff only areas.
Student Rate – $40 includes a 3 day pass to the LPAC general session. A valid student ID is required.
Student Rate with 1 Day Training – $65 – This is a 3 day pass to LPAC 2013, at the student rate, with a pass for the 1 day training on, Sunday September 22nd, included at a discounted rate. ID will be required at check in.
Active Duty Military – $75 – This is a 3 day pass to LPAC 2013 and includes entrance into the general session area. This pass does not include access to any other paid receptions or briefings and does not include the 1 day training. ID will be required at check in.
Active Duty Military + 1 Day training – $100 – This is a 3 day pass to LPAC 2013 with a pass for the 1 day training on, Sunday September 22nd, included at a discounted rate. The 3 day pass includes entrance into the general session area but does not include any of the other paid receptions or briefings. ID will be required at check in.
One Day Passes – Get a pass to the Thursday session only for $55, the Friday session for $80, and the Saturday session for $65.
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For ticket information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Campaign for Liberty
Even though the 2013 LPAC Conference features a number of Republican Party elected officials, the conference organizers make it clear that they stand opposed to the elite establishment leadership of both major parties. As detailed on the Campaign for Liberty website:
‘Americans inherit from our ancestors a glorious tradition of freedom and resistance to oppression. Our country has long been admired by the rest of the world for her great example of liberty and prosperity—a light shining in the darkness of tyranny.
But many Americans today are frustrated. The political choices they are offered give them no real choice at all. For all their talk of “change,” neither major political party as presently constituted challenges the status quo in any serious way. Neither treats the Constitution with anything but contempt. Neither offers any kind of change in monetary policy. Neither wants to make the reductions in government that our crushing debt burden demands. Neither talks about bringing American troops home not just from Iraq but from around the world. Our country is going bankrupt, and none of these sensible proposals are even on the table.’
For more information about the 2013 LPAC Conference, visit LPAC.com.
For more information about Campaign for Liberty, visit CampaignForLiberty.org.
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