From Smith & Wesson Corp. - National Rifle Association Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre Visits Smith & Wesson® Headquarters

Smith & Wesson headquarters Springfield, Massachusetts - Smith & Wesson Corp. announced that Wayne LaPierre, Executive Vice President and CEO of the National Rifle Association (NRA), visited the company’s Springfield, Massachusetts, headquarters today to meet employees and to tour the company’s manufacturing operations. During his visit to the 162-year old firearms manufacturer, LaPierre was presented with a $600,000 company donation by President and CEO, James Debney. Debney also announced that Smith & Wesson will expand its support of the NRA by adding a company-paid annual NRA membership to its Employee Benefit Program for all fulltime employees beginning in 2015.

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NRA Exec. Vice President Wayne LaPierre spoke on Thursday to the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre set to address the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference National Harbor, Maryland - On Thursday, February 6, 2014, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre spoke to a room packed with thousands at the 2014 CPAC conference:

There must be some NRA members out there! To each of you, I thank you for being here with me and for your support and vigilance in defending our freedom. You and NRA members all over the country have made a real difference in making this nation and our freedoms safer.

A little over a year ago, the NRA offered a simple, honest and effective proposal to make our schools safer. The political and media elites responded by calling me just about every nasty name in the book. You remember.

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NRA Executive Vice President addresses the CPAC crowds Thursday at 2:30

National Harbor, Maryland - More than 10,000 conservatives are expected to arrive this year at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center for CPAC 2014. Officially known as the Conservative Political Action Conference, CPAC reaches out to "leading conservative organizations, educational institutions, elected officials, thought leaders, media and grassroots activists who impact conservative thought in the United States."

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Sportsman Channel brings Cam & Company to Conservative Conference

Sportsman Channel's Cam & Company is going to CPAC

Washington, DC - The Conservative Political Action Conference is the largest annual gathering of conservative activists in the country. Held every year during the first week of March, you'll see bigwigs such as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, and NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre.

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Wagan from Texas is youngest, Arkansas' Burd repeats as oldest champ

Elaih Wagan, NRA's youngest life member at the Annual Meeting in Houston, carried by her father Taylor Houston, Texas - "This morning, we will continue the long standing tradition of recognizing the youngest and the oldest life members in attendance at the NRA Annual Meeting of Members."

Those were the words of NRA President David Keene. In the opening minutes of Saturday's Annual Meeting of Members, the search for the cornerstones of NRA's Life Membership began. Wrangled by Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, the NRA's littlest members were asked to stand with their parents as LaPierre counted down the years. If we call out the year you were born, please sit down. One by one the numbers dwindled. When he reached 2009, only one pair was still standing.

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As they say in Texas, the president’s 90 percent is all hat and no cattle

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre addresses the crowd at the NRA Meeting of Members at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre addressed the crowd at the 2013 NRA Annual Meeting of Members inside the George R. Brown Center in Houston, Texas:
Houston, Texas - At this gathering one year ago, I predicted that our freedom might soon face its greatest threat ever. I spent the past year warning gun owners all over this country that, if re-elected, President Obama would launch an all-out, historic assault against the Second Amendment and the personal freedom of hundreds of millions of law-abiding Americans.

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With an NRA Membership Card, you'll receive two free tickets to the NRA 500

Watch the NRA 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway on Fox Next weekend marks an impressive first for the staff and members of the National Rifle Association. On April 13, 2013, the first NRA sponsored NASCAR Sprint Cup race will wave the green flag at 7:45pm down in the great state of Texas.

What a great combination.

"The NRA 500 is the latest announcement in the long history of a growing partnership between the NRA, Speedway Motorsports and the NASCAR community," LaPierre said. "NRA members and NASCAR fans love their country and everything that is good and right about America. We salute our flag … volunteer in our churches and communities … cherish our families … and WE LOVE RACING! On April 13, we'll all come together at Texas Motor Speedway."

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Sanity has been sequestered in Washington - says NRA's LaPeirre

NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre speaks at the 2013 CPAC Conference in Washington, DC

Washington, DC - On the morning of March 15, 2013, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPeirre spoke to thousands of students attending the 40th Annual Conservative Political Action Conference. The subject of his speech included Universal Background Checks, mental health records and school safety. The following is a transcript of those remarks.
It’s great to be here today, among so many friends, and I appreciate your warm welcome. As you might imagine, I don’t get invited to many parties in this town. That’s okay. I came to Washington when I was about your age, but I didn’t come here to be popular. I came here to stand for what I believe is true.

The political elites may not like it. The liberal media can keep hating on me. But I’m still standing, unapologetic and unflinching in defense of our individual freedom. They can call me crazy and whatever else they want, but NRA’s nearly 5 million members and America’s 100 million gun owners will not back down — not now, not ever.

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NRA signs on to sponsor NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race in April

The NRA 500 at the Texas Motor Speedway Fort Worth, Texas - Earlier this week, Texas Motor Speedway President Eddie Gossage announced that the National Rifle Association has agreed to serve as title sponsor for a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the speedway later this year. Now known as the NRA 500, the race will take place on April 13.

"The NRA has been involved in the sport for several years and a partner of Speedway Motorsports, Inc., for many years in various aspects, and this race entitlement is just another extension of that business relationship," Gossage said in a news release. "I suspect we’ll sell a lot of tickets to their members and folks who support their position on America’s rights and freedoms and the Second Amendment."

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