Uniformed Services League and GrasstopsUSA Ad Campaign Boosts Movie & Feb. 4 Freedom Leadership Conference with Admiral James Lyons in Northern Virginia
The marvelous news is that while the American left universally calls the new movie 13 Hours: the Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, a colossal flop, movie theaters are scrambling to get on board as another 528 theaters have been added and the movie ignored by the media and panned by the left is now showing at 3,000 theaters nationwide. Uniformed Services League and GrasstopsUSA, are sponsoring a conference dedicated to the theme of the movie featuring Admiral James Lyons (USN, Ret.) as the keynote speaker. Their advertising on Facebook reached 4,391 sympathetic people on Facebook in Northern Virginia to promote both the movie and the conference during its first several days run.
They hope to continue the advertising depending on donations they receive during the next several days (donations can be made via the conference website HERE). More details about the movie and the story of the heroes of Benghazi can be found at the official website.
This post features the second trailer to the movie 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. The Freedom Leadership Conference dedicated to this topic is on Thursday, February 4 from 7 to 9 PM with free admission, and a $5 donation suggested at the door to help pay room rental at the Marriott Fair Lakes Residence Inn, Fairfax, VA at 12815 Fair Lakes Parkway, Fairfax, VA.
There is an optional, private dinner with Admiral Lyons and the other conference speakers with tickets still available for advance purchase or reservation either via the conference Eventbrite page or via email to RSVP@FreedomLeadershipConference.org.
Other organizations have been approached to participate in the conference and are welcome to become co-sponsors and to provide a speaker in order to help focus more attention on the movie and its theme.
Scroll down at this blog for earlier stories with additional information about this movie, the Heroes of Benghazi and the upcoming conference on February 4, originally scheduled on January 27 but postponed after the Blizzard to Thursday, Feb. 4.