YCC’s 9th Annual Reaganpalooza!
WHEN: Saturday, March 16, 2013 – 8:00pm-2:00am (CPAC Wkd)
WHERE: LOOK (formerly Teatro Goldoni), 1909 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006 — [METRO: Farragut North (Red Line) & Farragut West (Blue/Orange Line)]
RSVP: Please RSVP on the Facebook Event page here — http://tinyurl.com/a5pzw2f or email RSVP to Info@TheYCC.org.
EVENT - The longstanding CPAC tradition continues with the largest young professional conservative event of the year! (over 900+ attendees last year) The theme will be to unite young conservatives and celebrate the great legacy of President Ronald Reagan!
-Grover Norquist – President, Americans for Tax Reform
-Jason Mattera – Author & Talk Radio Co-Host
-Lisa Stickan – Chairman, Young Republican National Federation
-Alex Schriver – National Chairman, College Republican National Committee
-Peter Redpath – Vice President of Student Division, Federalist Society
-Katie Todd – Chairman, DC Young Republicans
-Maria Ciarrochi – Chairman, Alexandria City Young Republicans
-Young Republican National Federation (www.yrnf.com)
-College Republican National Committee (www.crnc.org)
-Tea Party News Network (www.tpnn.com)
***INTERESTED IN BEING A SPONSOR, email Info@TheYCC.org***
(10% of all proceeds will go to a local charity)
-Dress: Cocktail attire
-Door Fee: $10
-Drink specials ($4 beer; $5 wine; $6 cocktail)
-Professional DJ & Photographer
-METRO: Farragut North (Red Line) & Farragut West (Blue/Orange Line)
-CARS: $10 Valet Parking! (street parking available as well)
Drink One for The Gipper!
Young Conservatives Coalition
After nine years and still going strong, Reaganpalooza started as a way for all our friends from around the country to get together and celebrate our great cause and friendships, while making new ones during CPAC wkd. JOIN US this year in celebrating the next generation of the conservative movement and reminding the world that not everyone b/t 21-40 years old votes liberal!
YOUNG CONSERVATIVES COALITION (YCC)
The YCC is a DC-based, young professional conservative leadership, educational and networking organization dedicated to initiating and fostering valuable working relationships for professional development to advance the conservative movement. (www.TheYCC.org)
*A special thank you to our sponsors listed above. Your friendship and generosity are greatly appreciated. Everyone, please visit their websites!
Learn more about President Ronald Reagan’s achievements at: (www.reaganlibrary.com)
MEDIA: Please contact Info@TheYCC.org for any inquiries
What is Reaganpalooza?
Reaganpalooza is the largest annual social gathering of young professional conservatives in the country celebrating the legacy of President Ronald Reagan. The annual event takes place the weekend of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) typically in February or March. Attendance levels have reached as high as 900+ attendees!
Reaganpalooza was an event started 8 years ago by several members of YCC’s leadership board as a way to bring together friends from around the country to catch up and make new friends and to celebrate the conservative legacy of President Reagan. The event is an established entity on the DC political and social circuit and has been profiled in numerous publications including The Daily Caller, The American Spectator, Wonkette, DC Metromix, Cloture Club and Glittarazzi.
Previous event sponsors have included:
- The Weekly Standard
- The Washington Examiner
- The Daily Caller
- Red Alert Politics
- Young Republican National Federation
- College Republican National Committee
- Intercollegiate Studies Institute
- Young Americans for Freedom
- WMAL DC Talk Radio 630AM/105.9FM
- Allegiance Direct LLC
- And numerous others!
Job & Networking Fair (YCC & LI)
Are you looking for a job, internship or to transition to a new job? Come join the Young Conservatives Coalition and The Leadership Institute as we host the premier post-election CAPITOL HILL Job & Networking Fair.
At the Capitol Hill Club (3rd Floor) on Thurs, Nov 29th from 6:15-8:30pm. (Metro: Capitol South)
The Registration Fee is $10 per individual at the door. Please RSVP on Facebook and at Info@TheYCC.org to reserve your spot today! (FREE drink ticket included!)
-Heritage Foundation (www.heritage.org)
-American Enterprise Institute (www.aei.org)
-Leadership Institute (www.leadershipinstitute.or
-Charles Koch Institute (www.charleskochinstitute.o
-Hot Air (www.hotair.com)
-The Washington Examiner (www.washingtonexaminer.com)
-The Daily Caller (www.dailycaller.com)
-Heritage Action (www.heritageaction.com)
-The Franklin Center (www.franklincenterhq.org)
-National Journalism Center (http://www.yaf.org/
-Media Research Center (www.mrc.org)
-Concerned Women for America (www.cwfa.org)
-America’s Future Foundation (www.americasfuture.org)
-Red Alert Politics (www.redalertpolitics.com)
-Campaigns & Elections Magazine (www.campaignsandelections.
-Liberty Guide (www.libertyguide.com)
-Carmen & Muss P.L.L.C.
-Edelman (PR) (www.edelman.com)
DATE: Wed, Nov 28 – 5:00-9:45pm (dinner included!)
LOCATION: Hart Senate Office Bldg, 9th Floor (Metro: Union Station)
COST: FREE! (complimentary Job & Networking Fair ticket given at wksp)
REGISTER HERE: http://
***If you are only attending the job fair, please email Info@TheYCC.org with Job Fair in subject line.
YCC’S 3rd Annual Buckley Awards
Wednesday November 14, 2012, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Capitol Hill Club
300 1st St. SE
Washington, DC 20003-1801
The Young Conservatives Coalition will award five young professional conservatives with their prestigious Young Conservative Leadership “Buckley Award.” The award ceremony will take place on Wednesday , November 14th from 5:30-7:30pm at The Capitol Hill Club, at 300 First Street, SE, Washington, DC 20003. The event will be cosponsored by the Young Republican National Federation, America’s Future Foundation, the College Republican National Committee and Allegiance Direct.
The awards will recognize individuals between the ages of 21-40 who’ve made a significant contribution to the conservative movement at large in the last year. The awards are in honor of the late William F. Buckley Jr. – a conservative movement leader/icon who founded National Review and wrote God & Man at Yale all before the age of 30.
• Katie Pavlich – Townhall.com, News Editor & Author of bestseller Fast & Furious
• Lila Rose – Live Action, President
• Patrick Coyle – Young America’s Foundation, Vice President
• Alex Schriver – College Republican National Committee, National Chairman
• Heather Pfitzenmaier – Heritage Foundation, Young Leaders Program Director
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO ATTEND
Headlines in the War on Terrorism
Come join the Young Conservatives Coalition and The Heritage Foundation as some of today’s leading homeland security journalists share their experiences in reporting on the nature of U.S. intelligence and counterterrorism efforts, and discuss the nexus between homeland security and the media. After the panel, stay and join us for a reception to discuss the issues further with the panelists and fellow guests. This panel is part of Homeland Security 2012, a week-long look at tomorrow’s homeland security agenda.
August 14, 2012, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION’S LEHRMAN AUDITORIUM AND PHELON ROOF TERRACE
The 9/11 attacks acted as a catalyst for major changes in U.S. security efforts. The attacks altered not only how the government would work to prevent attacks, but also how the nation would identify and prepare for threats. While at least 51 known attempted terror plots aimed at the United States since 9/11 show that terrorists continue to seek to harm American and its people, there is no doubt that the nation is safer today than it more than ten years ago. The U.S. intelligence and law enforcement communities are owed much thanks for the work that they have done to help protect the country. However, we should be careful not to forget the role that much of our nation’s media and journalists have played in raising awareness of the terrorist threat. Today’s leading national security journalists have covered stories thoroughly, objectively, and professionally since the 9/11 attacks, helping to cement the nations understanding of terrorism and the efforts needed to further our nation’s security.
Charles Hoskinson, Freelance Reporter; Former Managing Editor, Navy Times; and Senior Editor, POLITICO
Adam Kredo, Senior Writer, The Washington Free Beacon
Patrick Poole, National Security and Terrorism Correspondent, PJMedia
Jessica Zuckerman, Research Associate, Homeland Security and Latin America,
Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies, The Heritage Foundation
Christopher Malagisi, President and Founder, Young Conservatives Coalition
Free drinks and hors d’oeuvres on Heritage’s Dale Phelon roof Terrace
For more information or to rSvP, email Jessica Zuckerman at firstname.lastname@example.org or view on Facebook.