Learn to Teach 'Refuse To Be A Victim' Lessons at NRA Convention
Instructor Development Opportunities at 2015 NRA Annual Meeting
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Tens of thousands of red, white, and blue American patriots are making their way to the Music City Center in Nashville next week for NRA's 144th Annual Meeting & Exhibits. Some are coming for the speeches, some are coming for Jeff Foxworthy, and some are coming for the seminars. As well they should ... there are plenty to choose from.
Martin Morgan will be on site to discuss the guns of World War II's pacific theater, Tom Marx promises to blow away the crowd with his Methods of Concealed Carry standard, and a lucky few will have the opportunity to take part in the Refuse to be a Victim (RTBAV) Instructor Development Workshop.
What is a RTBAV Development Workshop? Simple. It's where you learn to be a RTBAV Instructor.
For the low, low price of $175.00, you have the option of spending Friday (the 10th) or Saturday (the 11th) with our top Refuse Training Counselors. There they'll provide you with lesson plans, course materials, and all in the inside know-how to become a Refuse Instructor yourself.
Now why would you do such a thing? That's simple too. Because you want to teach.
You want to spread the Refuse message to your friends and community. To the single moms, the college students, the elderly neighbors and just about anyone else who has a question or concerns regarding security.
This workshop is limited to the first 50 attendees so you better hustle once you're on the ground in Nashville.
For more on Refuse to be a Victim, and the Instructor Development Workshop, contact the Refuse To Be A Victim® office at 800-861-1166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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