by Spence Rogers
Grow To Win Marketing is a proud sponsor of the Florida Liberty Summit. This summit occurs annually in Orlando and includes speakers such as congressman Ron Paul, FreedomWorks CEO Matt Kibbe, and liberty journalist Ben Swann. This year is special because it is the first time both Campaign for Liberty and Young Americans for Liberty have joined forces to host the event. Usually Young Americans for Liberty hosts a state convention separately from the Florida Liberty Summit.
Grow To Win Marketing supports the same things Campaign for Liberty does and we are very glad to be a sponsor. Campaign for Liberty is working on getting rid of Red Light Cameras, Common Core, and the egregious Affordable Care Act.
Congressman Ron Paul founded the Campaign for Liberty back in 2008 to further the cause of individual liberty. Since then, Campaign for Liberty has trained activists all over the country on how to properly engage politically at the local, state, and national levels. Each year Campaign for Liberty pushes individual liberty issues such as stopping the NSA wiretapping, stopping red light cameras, confronting TSA overreach, fighting the political targeting by the IRS, defending alternative currencies such as BitCoin, fighting for Right to Work laws, balancing the budget, working toward a Constitutional foreign policy, authorizing industrial hemp, fighting the money-printing by the Federal Reserve, and many other issues. Ron Paul remains the Honorary Chairman and plays a supportive role in its success.
As a sponsor, Grow To Win Marketing looks forward to helping make the Florida Liberty Summit a huge success. Florida Campaign for Liberty is a great organization worthy of supporting and we are glad to be a sponsor.
The event this year will be hosted at the DoubleTree Hotel at Seaworld in Orlando, Florida April 4-6. To see the official Florida Liberty Summit page click here.
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