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Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebration
Join America's Top Republican Leaders for The Reagan Centennial Celebration
June 16th-18th, 2011 in New Orleans!
You are cordially invited to join us in New Orleans on June 16-18, 2011 to help celebrate the 100th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan's birthday at the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference and Reagan Centennial Celebration.
We've scheduled a full weekend of activities commemorating the legacy and 100th birthday of the man of the century, Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th President of the United States.
Rarely in the history of the world has one man so profoundly impacted history. Through his optimistic attitude, unparalleled tenacity and commitment to a strong military, President Reagan won the Cold War and brought down international communism.
"Hundreds of millions of people today live in freedom instead of under tyranny as a result of Ronald Reagan's presidency. Now that's a reason to celebrate!"
Register today for the 2011 RLC Reagan Centennial Celebration ... and save $100 per person off of your registration package.
Ronald Reagan was a simple man...full of faith and common sense. When he was first inaugurated in 1981, he chose to focus on three simple priorities: Build a strong national defense, revitalize the American economy and restore traditional family values in America. And he succeeded...on all three fronts. And he did it with such grace and style. It is important that we preserve his legacy and celebrate the hard fought victories we gained under his leadership.
That's why your participation in the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference and Reagan Centennial Celebration is so important. Join us on June 16-18th at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel. Click here to register and save $100 per person. Registration normally costs $299, but our Early Bird Registration price of $199 is still available.
Or...save $200 off of a VIP Registration package. Pay $499 for a VIP Package today. (Our VIP package is normally $699.)
Our 2010 event, the 2010 Southern Republican Leadership Conference, was spectacular Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Sean Hannity, Rick Santorum, Mike Pence, Ron Paul, Haley Barbour, Rick Perry and Bobby Jindal. Vendor booths ... book signings ... media outlets from around the world. Then there were those vintage "only-in-Louisiana" parties with music, dancing, corn and crab bisque, oysters, shrimp and jambalaya.
In 2011, we're inviting Republican voters from across the entire nation! Hence the name: Republican Leadership Conference AND Reagan Centennial Celebration.
That is why Republican leaders from across the country are coming together in New Orleans to produce an unforgettable event to celebrate the Reagan legacy.
To help us celebrate, we've invitited all of our major speakers from 2010 to come back. And we're inviting a few new friends: Michele Bachmann, Jim DeMint, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio!
So break out the jelly beans, get ready to change the world again and head to New Orleans. Join us at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel on June 16-18th for the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference and Reagan Centennial Celebration.
Take a break from watching Barack Obama on TV every night. That's a pretty depressing sight, anyway! Imagine spending a weekend in New Orleans with thousands of people who think just like you do...who love America and have some common sense. Imagine seeing and meeting many of America's top conservative leaders, being inspired to action, and eating seafood until you can' eat any more.
Welcome to New Orleans. And welcome to the 2011 Republican Leadership Conference and Reagan Centennial Celebration...America's premier political event of 2011.
Click here to register at the Early Bird discount rate. Save $100 on your registration before January 31st. Or save $200 on a VIP package.
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"Don't let anyone tell you that America's best days are behind her, that the American spirit has been vanquished. We've seen it triumph too often in our lives to stop believing in it now."
--President Ronald Reagan