A new conference set for early next year is shaping up to include some of the most high-profile conservatives from the worlds of politics and entertainment.
The two-day Western Conservative Conference will be held in Phoenix, Ariz. on Feb. 21 and 22 at the Phoneix Convention Center. In addition to various speakers, the event will boast a plethora of captivating and enlightening panels.
Whether interested in tax reform, media bias, security threats, immigration reform, or Barack Obama’s scandal-plagued presidency, the inaugural conference offers something for conservatives of all stripes.
Conservative congressmen including Matt Salmon, Paul Gosar, and David Schweikert will be on hand to address attendees, as will well-known entertainers such as Ted Nugent and Steven Segal. Additional speakers are being added regularly; and invited guests include senators Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, and Mike Lee, as well as Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, recognized nationwide for his tough stance on crime and dedication to exposing Obama’s fraud, will be a special guest speaker at the conference.
Those in the Western Center for Journalism audience will be among the first to learn of updates, additions, and special deals when they become available.
Tickets to the once-in-a-lifetime event are currently on sale at a discounted price for a limited time. Those interested in reserving a spot can do so for half price by registering online before Dec. 31.
Further discounts are available for the comprehensive package, which includes admission to each session of the conference as well as meal events. The $400 package is currently available for just $199.
Planned for the perfect time of year for those in cold climates to enjoy Arizona’s temperate winters, the conference is designed to offer attendees an unforgettable experience.
For more details or to reserve your seats, visit the official site.
–Western Journalism staff writer
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