Dallas NRA-ILA Dinner & Auction

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posted on April 17, 2018
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NRA-ILA’s 12th Annual Dinner and Auction, presented by Kimber, will take place at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center on Friday, May 4, 2018, starting at 6 p.m. This highly anticipated event, which attracts celebrities, industry executives and a host of Second Amendment supporters from around the country, provides direct support for NRA’s legislative, legal and political efforts.

This year’s event will feature impressive, one-of-a-kind items made and donated just for the auction, including engraved firearms, suppressors, knives, fine art, optics and hunts from around the globe. Tickets are $500 for an individual or $5,000 for a table. Tickets are limited, and the event is expected to sell out. For more information and to see many of the items available for auction, visit nraila.org/auction.

To purchase tickets, contact [email protected] or call (703) 267-1384.

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