ACRU SPECIAL EVENT
You are invited to a special event with the author of the Trump economic boom! Please join economist, and Fox News and CNN commentator,
Steve will share his wit and wisdom as he explains the Trump economy as no one else can. He will offer insights every liberty-loving American should hear.
Join the American Civil Rights Union, a champion of constitutional rights, for dinner at the beautiful Ritz Carlton Beach Resort in Naples, Florida.
February 21, 2020
Reception: 6:00 pm
Dinner: 7:00 pm
Premier Ticket: $350.00
Includes: reception, dinner, photo opportunity with Steve Moore, and signed copy of his book Trumponomics
Attendee Ticket: $185.00
Includes: reception and dinner
This dinner is to celebrate the opening of ACRU’s new office in Naples.
Amb. Ken Blackwell (ACRU Action Board Member)
Hon. Cynthia A. Pivacek
Dr. David Clary
Dr. Rafael Haciski
Dr. Julia Harris
Catherine Engelbrecht (True the Vote)
Reservations are required as space is limited.
Thanks to our early sponsor:
True the Vote
A very small number of discounted rooms are available for out-of-town guests. Please contact ACRU for more information.
American Civil Rights Union
405 Fifth Avenue South, Naples, FL 34102
We defend the country from the border to the ballot box.
The American Civil Rights Union (ACRU) is dedicated to defending the constitutionally-protected civil rights of all Americans.
While many other organizations, such as the ACLU, are intent on shifting court decisions and public opinion against American values, we work every day to safeguard the liberties enshrined in our Constitution and Bill of Rights.
The ACRU stands against harmful, anti-constitutional ideologies that have taken hold in our nation’s courts, culture, and bureaucracies. We defend and promote free speech, religious liberty, the Second Amendment, American values, and our national sovereignty.
We hope you will join us in the fight to protect America, the best and last hope for freedom. Your donations will make a difference.
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