The Animal Protection Institute invites you to Taking
Action for Animals (
www.TakingActionforAnimals.com ), the premier national conference on
animal protection in Washington DC. Join us July 16-18 and network with
national leaders and grassroots activists as we celebrate recent victories
and outline a vision for the future of animal protection.
By attending the Taking Action for Animals conference, you
will have the unique opportunity to network with national leaders and
grassroots activists as we celebrate recent victories and outline a vision
for the future of animal protection. Learn skills in lobbying,
fundraising, media relations, investigations, humane education, developing
successful campaigns, and much more with in-depth training workshops, and
participate in hands-on activities such as lobbying on Capitol Hill,
protesting animal cruelty, and educating the public.
Taking Action for Animals will be held at the Renaissance
Washington, DC Hotel, located midway between the White House and Capitol,
with close proximity to Union Station, MCI Center, and the exciting new
shops and galleries of DCís Penn Quarter district. The hotel is Metrorail
accessible, two blocks from the Gallery Place station (Yellow Line).
For more information and to register please visit
www.takingactionforanimals.com . Register by June 1 and take advantage of
the special discounted registration rate of $120, you can register at
On behalf of the Animal Protection Institute, we look
forward to seeing you there!
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