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Go. Learn. Laugh. Smoke: Tony Katz returns to The American Dream Summit

The 9th Annual Defending the American Dream Summit is headed to Columbus, Ohio on August 21 and 22! The event moves around the country each year and it’s a chance for thousands of defenders of freedom to come together to learn, be inspired, and celebrate our liberty. This year’s conference will be one of the most exciting, educational, motivational and inspiring events you have ever attended.

Tony Katz will take stage and present with many well-known political leaders, including Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Bobby Jindal, Rick Perry, Rep. Jim Jordan, Senator Rob Portman, and many more. His focus this year is to engage with people and to show the general public the impact of talk radio. Outside of social circles, Tony wants to inform on how people use radio in political decision making and the effect talk radio has.

 

 

Other things to look forward to at the summit? Hear from entrepreneur and author Jon Taffer, host of Spike TV's BAR RESCUE, talking about what it takes to preserve the American Dream.  Get informed with breakout panels that include expert speakers like FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, Fox News Contributor Guy Benson, author Ryan Houck, and Forbes contributor and health care expert Avik Roy.

Come out and enjoy all the excitement! Enjoy all Columbus has to offer with great restaurants, vibrant night life, and hospitable people! 

Eager to attend? Discount code for WIBC listeners. The code is 'SAVE25" and will give $25 off the current registration price.  GET TICKETS AT DEFENDINGTHEDREAM.COM Prices go up August 1st!

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