Tea Party Training Conference to be Webcast by Viguerie Marketing Institute
ConservativeHQ.com - The recent training conference of the Leadership Tea Party will be webcast by the Viguerie Marketing Institute on Saturday, February 13, from 8 AM to 8 PM Eastern time. The conference, held in Dallas, Texas on January 29-31, consisted of 10 sessions, including the keynote address by Richard Viguerie. The Webcast will be hosted live by Nationwide Tea Party Coalition co-founder Michael Patrick Leahy, author of Rules for Conservative Radicals. Leahy will be joined by other presenters to respond on camera during the Webcast to viewers' emailed questions.
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