Americans For Prosperity Foundation is excited to announce that businessman and GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain will be joining Mark Levin, John Fund, Grover Norquist and many more at the 2011 Defending the American Dream Summit on November 4th & 5th at the Washington Convention Center.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation will now be extending early registration until September 30th. Act now and register for only $129 for individual registration. The price will increase to $169 on October 1st.
Also, because defending liberty and promoting prosperity is a family affair, AFP Foundation has decided to offer a back to school special, which includes a 25% discount on student or family packages for the Summit. Simply click here to register, and enter the discount code "Backtoschool25" on the registration page.
Summit Highlights Include:
- Friday "Tribute to Ronald Reagan" Dinner
- General Session with Keynote Speakers
- Continental Breakfast on Saturday morning
- Special Interactive Sessions for Teens & College Students
- Movie Night featuring Entertaining Films By Liberty-Loving Filmmakers
- Seminars for Youth On Why Freedom Matters and How they Can Make a Difference
- Bloggers Row
- Free-Market Job Fair
- State-Specific Strategy Meetings
- Network With Leading Activists From Across The Country
Also, learn about public policy issues, grassroots activism, new media strategies, foundations of economic freedom ...and much more!
Click here to register today and help defend the American Dream! Use the online discount code "Backtoschool25" on the registration page to get the 25% off on family and student packages. Give your children the gift of freedom and bring the whole family to the Defending the American Dream Summit this year.
Please join Herman Cain, Mark Levin, John Fund, and Grover Norquist, along with thousands of fellow freedom fighters, and send a message that the American Dream is alive and well in this great country!
Americans For Prosperity Foundation
P.S. We want to hear from you. What is your American Dream? What do you think it will take to keep the American Dream alive? We will feature select responses in our next email.