NRA Personal Protection Expo Announced

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posted on December 19, 2016
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The National Rifle Association proudly announces the launch of the NRA Personal Protection Expo August 25-27, 2017 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The NRA Personal Protection Expo is a three-day educational and interactive experience dedicated to citizens interested in increasing their knowledge and skills of personal protection, concealed carry and defense tactics. This brand new event will equip visitors with the products, training and mindset necessary to prepare and defend themselves and their loved ones when threats arise. 

Throughout the innovative event, guests will be able to attend a broad array of educational seminars and workshops featuring the best personal protection, home defense and concealed carry practices taught and demonstrated by leading experts and instructors from across the country. The expo will feature an exhibit hall packed with leading firearms companies and shooting accessories, concealment and storage products, tactical gear and home defense solutions.

Examples of the educational content include concealed carry courses with topics such as methods & tactics, holster selection, and women's only offerings. Personal protection topics ranging from personal defense & situational awareness to product selection, skills building and active threat control. The area of home defense will also be addressed with topics such as creating a home defense plan, preventative security measures, responding to intruders and product selection.

Personal protection rights are poised to expand across the country and NRA will continue leading the way. Be a part of this great expansion by being a part of the NRA Personal Protection Expo. For more information about the show or to explore exhibitor or sponsorship opportunities, click here.

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