SCC Announces Second National Conference

by David Burnett on June 30, 2011

Join Students for Concealed Carry in our nation’s capitol this August for an afternoon of education, debate and socializing with other like-minded students!

On August 8, college students from throughout the United States will attend the second Students for Concealed Carry Conference at the National Press Club in Washington D.C.

The event will feature many distinguished speakers and guests. Among them will be author and scholar Dr. John R. Lott and well-known civil rights litigator Alan Gura.

Conference attendees will be provided with a free night’s stay at Holiday Inn in Arlington, and students traveling over 750 miles are eligible to receive a travel scholarship up to $300. Travel itineraries should be forwarded to conference@concealedcampus.org in order to secure travel scholarships and to reserve space at the conference.

SCC strongly encourages all members to attend this historic event. Those in attendance will have an opportunity to meet and network with like-minded individuals from throughout the United States, make important contacts, hear world-renowned scholars speak about concealed carry on college campuses and visit the nation’s capital.

WHEN: Monday, August 8th from noon to 4:30 PM.
WHERE: National Press Club, 529 14th Street Northwest Washington, D.C. 20045
TRAVEL VOUCHERS: $300 per person for distances of 750 miles or more. LIMITED SUPPLIES, contact Daniel.Crocker@concealedcampus.org to confirm attendance!
HOTEL: Holiday Inn ROSSLYN @ KEY BRIDGE. The Rosslyn Metro is literally just a few stops away from either the National Press Club (the Metro Center stop) or Washington-Reagan Airport. (LIMITED RESERVATIONS, CONFIRM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE)
SPEAKERS/PANELISTS: Joyce Lee Malcolm, Bob Cottrol, Nelson Lund, Amanda Collins, Nikki Goeser, Dr. John Lott, Alan Gura, SCC President Daniel Crocker, spokesman and former president David Burnett. Other guests and panelists TBA.


Comments on this entry are closed.

Previous post:

Next post: