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EVENT DATE
Sep 2013
M T W T F S S
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EXPO DATE
Sep 2013
M T W T F S S
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Venue

St. Charles Convention Center One Convention Center Plaza
St. Charles , MO 63303
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Type: Indoor - Convention Center

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CPAC St. Louis - Conservative Political Action Conference

St. Charles Convention Center
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EVENT DESCRIPTION

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Overview:

The American Conservative Union (ACU) is taking its marquee Conservative Political Action Conference back on the road this fall. The ACU’s series of regional CPAC events brings the action directly to grassroots conservatives across the country, equipping them for the fights ahead CPAC St. Louis will bring national and state conservative leaders and regional grassroots activists together for a day of blockbuster speeches, policy discussions, workshops and networking opportunities, all celebrating the shared principles of limited government, a strong national defense and traditional values.

Attendees:

Taking place in Washington, D.C. each year, and now in regions across the country, CPAC educates, brings together and energizes thousands of attendees and all of the leading conservative organizations and speakers who impact conservative thought in the nation. From Presidents of the United States to college students, CPACs have become the place to find our nation’s current and future leaders and sets the conservative agenda each year.

About CPAC:

In 1973, a small group of conservative activists met in Washington to discuss the future of the conservative movement.

This meeting, convened by the American Conservative Union, resolved that an annual event was needed to rally conservatives, share strategies and promulgate and crystallize the best of the conservative thought in America. This meeting was thus the birth of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

In 1974, then-Governor Ronald Reagan was the featured speaker at the first CPAC Presidential Banquet. President Reagan’s 1974 speech set a strong, uncompromisingly pro-freedom agenda for the conservatives, building upon the foundation established by Senator Barry Goldwater’s presidential campaign a decade earlier.

This speech and this CPAC were to become the catalysts for building a grassroots movement which has now, after 40 years, culminated in conservatism emerging as the dominant American political philosophy.

Taking place in Washington, D.C. each year, and now in regions across the country, CPAC educates, brings together and energizes thousands of attendees and all of the leading conservative organizations and speakers who impact conservative thought in the nation. From Presidents of the United States to college students, CPACs have become the place to find our nation’s current and future leaders and sets the conservative agenda each year.

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EVENT DETAILS

Primary Industry:
Government General
Other Industries:
Federal Government, Government, Government General, Local Shows & Fairs, Miscellaneous, State Government
Audience:
national and state conservative leaders and regional grassroots activists together
Notes:
Show Owner:
American Conservative Union (ACU)
Sponsorship: Yes

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Booth Details:

Booth Size
Booth Cost
8' x 10' Exhibitor
$1,000
Amenities
Electricity:
Yes - Unknown Price
Water:
n/a
Generator:
n/a
Marketing Vehicles Allowed:
Yes
Services
n/a
Show Owner
American Conservative Union (ACU)

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