Figured I'd go ahead and share an email I got. I'm pretty excited that this is happening, and only wish my summer class schedule would allow me to go.
Invitation to Important Event
As a Second Amendment Foundation supporter, I would like to tell you about a great opportunity.
Students for Conceal Carry on Campus (SCCC) will be having their first National Conference on Friday, August 1st at the National Press Club in Washington D.C. funded by the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF).
This conference is a great opportunity for those who care about their 2nd Amendment Right to come together and learn from each other.
Students for Concealed Carry on campus is a non-partisan, grassroots organization comprised of over 30,000 college students, faculty members, parents, and concerned citizens who support the right of concealed handgun license holders to carry concealed handguns on college campuses. Key conference speakers include: In addition to myself, John Lott, author of More Guns, Less Crime, Alan Gura (argued recent Supreme Court case involving the DC gun ban and many more. For more information visit:Students for Concealed Carry on Campus | Facebook,
For students that want to attend the conference but are a little strapped for cash, SCCC and SAF can help. Any student traveling over 750 miles to D.C. is eligible for a travel scholarship up to $250. You will receive reimbursement if you bring your student I.D. and travel receipts to the conference. SCCC and SAF will also provide one night free in a hotel if you so desire. SCCC and SAF cannot guarantee that you will get your own room. Funds are limited and you may have to room with another member of SCCC if you come alone.
Once your transportation and lodging needs are settled, forward your information to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot at the conference.
As a Second Amendment Foundation supporter, we hope you will consider this great opportunity for talking, learning, and networking with young activists across the country. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact me.
Alan M. Gottlieb
Founder, Second Amendment Foundation