Its Official.....Candace Owens will speak at three upcoming events for New California State! REGISTER NOW!
New California State will be featuring one of the nations top speakers Candace Owens at three speaking engagements in October of 2020. Owens who is one of the nations most influential speakers will present her arguments on saving the United States. All proceeds for these events go toward the New California State movement a 501 (c) 4 non profit.
Candace Owens is the founder of the BLEXIT foundation, an organization dedicated to driving conservative principles into urban communities. She is also a published author, speaker, and host of the weekly "Candace Owens Show"
Owens exploded onto the scene in the summer of 2017, gaining notoriety through her political vlog series on YouTube. She has since spoken at over 60 American Universities, challenging the leftist status quo and insisting that students think beyond the confines of liberal orthodoxy. With over 250 Fox News appearances, Owens has substantiated herself as a leader among the growing youth conservative movement. Prior to her entrepreneurial pursuits, Owens worked at a private equity firm in Manhattan, serving as the Vice President to their administration. She attended the University of Rhode Island and took executive training courses at the NYU Stern School of Business.
Candace views it as her life's mission to help minority groups escape the left's victim narrative.
Individual Ticket $150
VIP Ticket $350
Table Sponsor $2,000
Patron Sponsor $3,000
Gold Sponsor $5,000
Benefactor Sponsor $7,500
Champion Sponsor $10,000
Platinum Sponsor $15,000
Young Professionals Ticket $75
College Student Ticket $20
The schedule of October 2020 presentations are below.
October 11, 2020 Modesto, CA Double Tree Hotel
October 12, 2020 Bakersfield, CA Double Tree Hotel
October 13, 2020 Riverside, CA Riverside Convention Center
Please note locations may change due to the Covid-19 crisis.
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More about Candace Owens
I was born in 1989 with a blocked tear duct. My mother remarks that when I would attempt to cry (only when I was hungry as she tells it) it would swell up like a giant booger.
This innocuous tidbit about my first weeks on earth may seem ill-fitting for an “about” section on a website, but lately, I’ve been obsessed with symbolism. Upon retrospect, my birth defect may have been a dramatic foreshadowing.
Throughout my life, I have been afforded many opportunities to cry; it was never easy, it was always hard, it was always happening to me, and never happening to them and yet somehow—I am here.
That’s because the past, as I like to say, is nothing in comparison to the endless possibility of our futures.
You’ve come to this website because you already know what it is that I do, but do you know why? Choosing to think has been one of the most transformative secrets of my life. It’s brought me closer to others and has opened the world up to me in a way that I never knew was possible. I believe if we can turn the dial on the way people view themselves, we can change the world instantly – for the better.
About me: I am a fighter. And right now, I’m fighting for the heart and soul of a country I love.
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