URBANDALE, Iowa – Due to overflow demand, the 2020 Family Leadership Summit at the Ron Pearson Center in West Des Moines on Friday, July 17, is now offering livestream tickets for those who can’t attend in person.

This year’s lineup of speakers – including U.S. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo, former NFL player Jack Brewer, New York Times bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg, Mike Lindell of MyPillow, Dr. Del Tackett of The Truth Project, U.S. Sens. Joni Ernst and Rick Santorum, and more ­– has generated unprecedented interest from the public.

So many tickets have been sold, in fact, that the Summit has reached its maximum capacity under current COVID-19 restrictions. Unless those restrictions are eased, no more tickets can be made available to in-person attendees.

“We are thrilled with the response to this year’s Family Leadership Summit, which is unfortunately limited by social distancing and other safety measures,” says Bob Vander Plaats, President and CEO. “But the overwhelming demand for tickets has convinced us to make the event available to even more people across the country through an added, livestreaming option. I can’t think of a more opportune time for Christians around the country to be blessed by the Summit’s inspiring message of ‘Principle over Politics’ and the call to seek a revived America that honors God and blesses people.”

The public may purchase livestream tickets through The FAMiLY Leader website at www.TheFamilyLeader.com.

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