Arizona Citizens Defense League Needs Gun Show Volunteers
Tucson, AZ –-(AmmoLand.com)- AzCDL will have tables at two gun shows in November – one in Tucson and one in Mesa.
Tucson volunteers please contact Tom: [email protected] .
Mesa volunteers please contact John: [email protected] .
The Tucson gun show will be on November 7 & 8 at the Pima County Fairgrounds. Please contact Tom ([email protected]) for more information.
The Mesa gun show will be on November 21 & 22 at the Mesa Centennial Hall. Please contact John ([email protected]) for more information.
If you can spare a few hours to volunteer at either of these gun shows, we would deeply appreciate your help. AzCDL’s phenomenal growth is primarily because of the hard work of our volunteers all over Arizona.
Gun shows and other events provide a great opportunity to educate potential members about our goals and hard won successes (http://www.azcdl.org/html/accomplishments.html).
Volunteers who work the AzCDL table for a few hours get into events FREE!
If your membership is coming up for renewal soon, stop by the AzCDL table and renew at the “event special” rate ($10 off!). Sustaining memberships get a FREE AzCDL T-Shirt.
Not a member? Not a problem! You can join AzCDL at any of these events!
These alerts are a project of the Arizona Citizens Defense League (AzCDL), an all volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization. Join today! http://www.azcdl.org/html/join_us_.html
AzCDL – Protecting Your Freedom www.azcdl.org/html/accomplishments.html
AzCDL believes that the emphasis of gun laws should be on criminal misuse and that law-abiding citizens should be able to own and carry firearms unaffected by unnecessary laws or regulations. AzCDL was founded by a group of local activists who recognized that a sustained, coordinated, statewide effort was critical to protecting and expanding the rights of law-abiding gun owners. As a like-minded coalition of activists, the AzCDL founders were instrumental in the successful passage of the first major improvement to Arizona’s CCW (concealed carry) laws since they were instituted in 1994.