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  • CPAC 2011Young America’s Foundation, one of the original sponsors of the original Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), is proud to announce it will once again be co-sponsoring the conservative event of the year.

    Along with our co-sponsorship, Young America’s Foundation will also be hosting or participating in a myriad of events at CPAC open to young conservative students. All events are being held at the Marriot Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC. These events include:

    ·         Thursday, February 10, 1:00 p.m. EST: “Reagan at 100: Role Model for the Next Generation” Panel Discussion with Young America’s Foundation Vice President Kate Obenshain (Located in the Main Ballroom

    ·         Friday, February 11, 9:00 a.m. EST: Young America’s Foundation’s Congressional Briefing with Congressman Joe Wilson (Located in Wilson C)*

    ·         Friday, February 11, 12:00 p.m. EST: The 15th Annual Thomas Phillips Student Luncheon featuring Erick Erickson (Located in the Maryland Ballroom)*

    ·         Friday, February 11, 2:15 p.m. EST: The Two-Minute Activist Panel, featuring Young America’s Foundation student activists (Located in the Marshall Ballroom)

    ·         Friday, February 11, 5:30 p.m. EST: Student Event with Fox News’ Greg Gutfeld, Bill Schulz, and Andy Levy of Red Eye fame, and best-selling author Ann Coulter. (Located in the Virginia Ballroom) Co-sponsored by the Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute*

    ·         Friday, February 11, 8:00 p.m. EST: Reagan 100 Birthday Cake Unveiling and Film Screening of Young America’s Foundation’s new film Still Point in a Turning World: Ronald Reagan and His Ranch (Located in the Delaware Ballroom)

    ·         Saturday, February 12, 3:45 p.m. EST: Address by Young America’s Foundation speaker Ann Coulter, with an introduction from YAF Vice President Patrick Coyle (Located in the Main Ballroom)


    * = If you are a student and you wish to attend our events, please stop by the Young America's Foundation booth at CPAC to be placed on a waiting list . All events are currently sold out. 

    All students must register with the American Conservative Union (ACU) to attend CPAC events. For more information on attending CPAC, click here.


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