Oath Keepers at the Gun Show

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Oath Keepers at the Gun Show

Time: June 1, 2013 at 9am to June 2, 2013 at 4pm
Location: Prime Osborne Convention Center
Street: 1000 Water Street
City/Town: Jacksonville
Event Type: gun, show
Organized By: Mike Austell
Latest Activity: May 29, 2013

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Event Description

We will be at the gun show this weekend, June 1 & 2, at the Prime Osborne Convention Center. These are without question the most effective way we have for sharing the Oath Keepers mission with others.

We are still understaffed for the event. We need volunteers. We will get you in free. Parking is free in the parking lot immediately to the west of the building. Saturday hours are 9-5. Sunday 9-4. Any hours that you can volunteer would be great!

This is a tremendous opportunity to meet and interact with other Oath Keepers. I will have Oath Keepers T-shirts available for those who don't have one. This is a very unifying event. AND YOU GET TO PLAY WITH GUNS!

Don't miss it!

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