An Exclusive Dinner With Ambassador John Bolton

The Connecticut Citizens Defense League (CCDL) has secured Ambassador John Bolton as a speaker for a small, private dinner that we are hosting at the Patterson Club in Fairfield on July 20th, 2014. This fundraising dinner is specifically designed to appeal to gun owners that are also business owners, gun manufacturers and other high-profile individuals. The event will be by invitation only and will be closed to the press. 100% of net proceeds go to the CCDL Litigation fund to fight further infringement on our Second Amendment rights.

Tickets are available for a donation of $1000 per person or $9000 for a table to ten for gun clubs and various manufacturers. There will be a cocktail hour in which people can speak with Ambassador Bolton personally and get a photograph. We also plan to have a live auction for a couple of highly collectible firearms from Colt’s Manufacturing Company and Ruger Firearms. Colt’s has generously donated a unique Colt 1911 Marine Pistol from the Colt’s Custom Shop for which they have a 5-year wait list.

Connecticut is on the front lines for gun control. If last year’s laws are allowed to stand, they will be a blueprint for further infringements on our gun rights for ALL states to follow. If you are not interested in attending, I would appreciate it if you could circulate this to some of your friends and associates that might be interested.

Please help support CCDL in fighting for YOUR Second Amendment rights!

Contact Bob Ferguson with interest.

5 thoughts on “An Exclusive Dinner With Ambassador John Bolton

    • Many people can’t Sandra. But many people can. And the people who can afford $1000 dinner are generally not the same people who pay $20 to listen to a local band and eat hot dogs at the Cadillac Ranch. We’re trying to appeal to all types of people. We’ve done all sorts of fundraisers that most people would consider affordable. We’ve had dinners, picnics, raffles, pig roasts, shooting events, and poker runs. All in the $15-$50 range. We had the Cadillac Ranch Event just 6 weeks ago with over 300 people. It was a great success. Yet if even just 20 people attend this dinner (and we have sold many more tickets than that already), we’ll raise more money to fight these unconstitutional laws then we did at the Cadillac Ranch. And remember, this is what it’s all about. It’s about funding the fight to restore our rights.

      • How about offering to share the speaker’s talk on the internet so that more folks can hear the speech.. is this an option? Being a Disabled Veteran I don’t attend a lot of social events..

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