2009 Firearm Civil Rights Conference
Sportsmen’s Association for Firearms Education (SAFE) Presents
Smithtown, NY – -(AmmoLand.com)- Now that the Second Amendment has been confirmed to be an individual citizens’ right as spelled out in the US Supreme Court Decision in the Heller Case you need to attend this conference.
You will get the latest information on your Firearm Civil Rights nationwide and locally. *You will meet and network with fellow activists, sportsmen and women concerning your civil rights and those of your children and grand children.
This Conference will raise issues of concern and provide suggested courses of action with local and national leaders of Second Amendment organizations and legislators from all levels of government.
Win valuable prizes worth thousands of dollars (GUNS) in exclusive drawings limited to conference attendees only.September 13th, 2009 –1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Doors open at 12:00 NOON
Sheraton Long Island Hotel
110 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Smithtown, NY 11788 (631) 231-1100
(On Motor Parkway on North side of LIE between exits 53 & 55)
FREE ADMISSION AND FREE PARKING, BRING THE FAMILY AND YOUR FRIENDS!
- Wayne R. LaPierre Jr., Executive Vice President, National Rifle Association.
- Chris Cox, Executive Director of the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action.
- Ron Schmeits, President, National Rifle Association, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, NRA Whittington Center.
- Alan Gottlieb, Founder and Chairman of Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep & Bear Arms and the Second Amendment Foundation.
- Dick Anthony Heller, as in Heller-v-Washington DC, US Supreme Court and the Second Amendment.
- Ginny Simone, Famous NRA Investigative Reporter on Firearms Issues Worldwide and Radio Show Host.
- John L. Cushman, President and Founder of SAFE, NRA Board Member, Member of the Board of Directors New York State Rifle & Pistol Association.
S.A.F.E. is the Sportsmen's Association for Firearms Education, Inc. We are a Long Island-based not-for-profit corporation formed under New York State law.