You Are Invited!

You Are Invited!

With the session well behind us here in Wyoming, it’s important that gun owners take stock of what went right and what went wrong this session in the fight for the Second Amendment.

Of course, with your help, our bill to end the deadly ‘Gun Free Zones’ (HB 137) cleared the House and Senate, only to be vetoed by Governor Mead.

Perhaps worse, our bill to allow for Campus Carry (HB136) was shot down in the “pro-gun” Senate!

Clearly gun owners have some work to do here in Wyoming as legislators and the Governor assume that we’ll always ‘have their backs’ even as they stab ours.

The bottom line: we need more activists who are trained and prepared to stand alongside us and fight for our Second Amendment freedoms!

Now, as we prepare for the 2018 legislative session, it is a great time to bolster our number of trained activists.

That’s why I am pleased to announce that Wyoming Gun Owners is partnering up with the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership to offer exclusive training in grassroots, confrontational politics to WyGo members!

This training is a no-holds barred look behind the curtain that will teach you:

>>>  How politics actually works, and why educating politicians about your cause won’t result in change in Cheyenne;

>>>  The greatest lie in politics, and how it can be used against you by legislators if you’re not careful;

>>>  Real-world leadership strategies for grassroots activists to ensure that you don’t ‘get spun’ when you set foot in the Capitol;

>>>  Effective lobby tactics for grassroots organizations that actually work;

>>>  Practical tools on how you can run an election program of your own as early as 2018, to hold politicians accountable for their anti-gun votes; and

>>>  How to start a political organization of your own and how to raise the funds you need to be effective!

And let me tell you, this only scratches the surface of what we’ll be covering in this day-long seminar!

That’s why I hope you’ll register for this exclusive event right now!

 
This class will take place on Saturday, June 24 in Bar Nunn — and I wanted to give you plenty of notice to reserve the date.

The training will run from 9:00am-5:30pm and is being held in the Bar Nunn Baptist Church at 1401 Sunset Blvd., Bar Nunn, WY 82601.

The cost for the day-long training (and the included lunch) is just $50 for adults ($35 for students.) But if you register between now and June 10, the price will be discounted even further!

This class isn’t about political theory.

This class isn’t for those who want to sit back and talk about ‘how good it used to be.’

This class is for committed gun owners who want to learn the tools to be effective in defending their freedoms in Cheyenne!

That’s why I hope you’ll sign up right away!


This training is powerful and, just as important, it actually works!

WyGo has been following these tactics for a long time, but we need more people standing with us, as this year’s veto showed us.

So please, register today for this training class and stand with us as we fight to advance the Second Amendment here in Wyoming!

But if you simply can’t make it to the class, please consider helping Wyoming Gun Owners as we work to train as many gun owners as possible this year by making a generous donation here.

For Freedom,
 
 

 
David Ball
President

P.S. With the Senate killing Campus Carry and Gov. Mead vetoing legislation to end deadly ‘Gun Free Zones’ here in Wyoming -– it’s never been more important that we increase the number of effective Second Amendment activists in Wyoming!

That’s why I’m pleased to announce that WyGo is teaming up with the Foundation for Applied Conservative Leadership to offer a hard-hitting training seminar in Bar Nunn on Saturday, June 24!

Please click here to reserve a spot if you care about the Second Amendment and want to learn effective political tools that actually work at the ‘early bird’ price!

If you simply can’t attend, please consider a donation to help WyGo train as many activists as possible this summer and fall!

  

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