By Lars Dalseide | March 13 2010 14:45

NRA-ILA's Suzanne AnglewiczOrlando, Florida - NRA-ILA's Suzanne Anglewicz addressed the troops here at Club University in Orlando, Florida with a focus on Grassroots. "We've seen a lot of activity in Florida over the years and plan to keep up our vigilance for years to come."

When asked about ILA's primary message for the crowd, she had two. "You have to hunt where the ducks are," said Suzanne. "Know your people, know where they are, and know how to keep them informed."

Number two on the list was the importance of everyone getting involved early. "If there's an issue you feel passionate about, you need to organize early. Waiting until two weeks before decisions are made is waiting too long. Start right away and your chances for success are increased dramatically."

As ILA's Manager of Political & Legislative Activities, Suzanne also appreciates those who take the time to volunteer. "We're also looking for those willing and able to actively assist our fight to protect the Second Amendment."


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