Tuesday, July 14, 2009

It's Not Too Late for AR2009 in Los Angeles!
Please forward widely: More people = More help for animals!

We're thrilled to announce that our Celebrity Animal Activist Awardee is a famous TV anchor. TV and film actresses Charlotte Ross and Elaine Hendrix will also be recognized at the Saturday night Awards Banquet. Get the tickets now!

The Final Program with speakers and new T-shirt designs are now online! See also our Fast Facts Overview page for quick answers to all your questions.

Pre-register online by July 12th or call 800-632-8688 for a printed badge and fast check-in. On-site registration (full, weekend or single day) is also available.

Limited exhibit space is still available at great rates.

Save money with our low-income discounts, conference staffing, discounted meals, free snacks and room-sharing options.

This year's event will be held at the Westin LAX, a magnificent convention hotel located at 5400 West Century Blvd (near LAX Airport, west of I-405), Los Angeles, CA.

Highlights include:

  • Exhibit Hall114 Sessions about animal abuse, organizing, tactics, and ideological discussions
  • 97 Speakers from 60 groups representing assorted views on animal liberation tactics
  • 90 FREE exhibits, Fri-Sun, 9am-6pm, featuring animal rights literature & vegan snacks
  • 58 Videos documenting various types of animal abuse and activist campaigns
  • Eyewitness Reports of Whale Wars & CA Prop 2 Campaign
  • Celebrity and activists Awards at festive Saturday Banquet
  • Delicious vegan cuisine and compassionate shopping

Animal Rights 2009 is the world's largest and longest-running animal rights gathering, hailing back to 1981. It is a forum for sharing knowledge, discussing strategies, networking, and "recharging our batteries" with old friends and new. Whether you're a seasoned activist or just curious, AR2009 has something for everyone! We're only in Los Angeles, every two years, so don't miss it!

FARM, In Defense of Animals, Sea Shepherd
Animal Acres, International Primate Protection League
ACT Radio, Anti-Fur Society, E/Environmental Magazine
Eko Zone, Healing Species, League of Humane Voters, Mercy For Animals
Skin Trade, Stop Animal Exploitation Now!
United Poultry Concerns, VegNews Magazine

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