February 3, 2017
WASHINGTON DC – Michael Reagan, the eldest child of former President Ronald Reagan will be the keynote speaker of the American Conservative Union’s Ronald Reagan Dinner at CPAC, sponsored by the Heritage Foundation. Michael Reagan is the New York Times bestselling author of On the Outside Looking In, The New Reagan Revolution, and his newest book entitled Lessons My Father Taught Me: The Strength, Integrity, and Faith of Ronald Reagan. Reagan has had a storied career on the radio, as a political commentator, and as the President of the Reagan Legacy Foundation.
“Ronald Reagan spoke at CPAC thirteen times and started his national political career there. We have honored him at the Ronald Reagan banquet for forty-two years and we are especially honored to have a Reagan back at CPAC.” said ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp. “Michael Reagan has spent his life dedicated to honoring his father’s vision of America through his essential work with the Reagan Legacy Foundation and we believe there are few who can match Michael’s ability to articulate how that vision can positively affect the lives of Americans in the 21st Century and beyond,” said Schlapp.
CPAC 2017 will be held at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center at the National Harbor in Maryland, February 22rd through the 25th. For more information about CPAC or to get tickets to the Ronald Reagan Dinner. Please visit http://cpac.conservative.org/.
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