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Staying Stylishly Safe: A Panel with "Not Your Average Gun Girls"

Join us for a discussion on personal safety and the Second Amendment.

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Staying Stylishly Safe: A Panel with "Not Your Average Gun Girls"

Time & Location

Apr 19, 6:00 PM

Dallas, 7500 Park Ln, Dallas, TX 75225, USA

About the Event

Join us for a meaningful conversation on women's personal safety and our Second Amendment right with panelists Amy Robbins and Emily Valentine, hosts of the "Not Your Average Gun Girls" show. "Not Your Average Gun Girls" is a one-of-a-kind lifestyle show designed to normalize the issue of personal safety and a woman’s right to defend herself. Amy and Emily share a goal of helping women navigate this lifestyle and empowering them to live confident, prepared, and self-reliant lives.

The Not Your Average Gun Girl is every girl. She’s your coffee barista, your cashier, she’s on the PTA committee, she’s your neighbor, she’s the girl buying groceries, and singing along to her favorite song on the commute to work. What all these girls have in common is that they all take responsibility for their personal safety but you wouldn’t know it.

About Amy Robbins:

Amy Robbins is the CEO and founder of Alexo Athletica. While hosting NRATV’s NOIR and Pursuit Channel’s GUNTV, her passion for firearms grew along with her desire to see women everywhere live a confident, self-reliant lifestyle. After obtaining a license to carry in order to be able to train for a marathon wherever she wanted without fearing for her safety (and look great while doing it ), Amy created Alexo Athletica because no product existed on the market that would meet her need to feel fashionable while carrying in active wear. So, she jumped on the opportunity to not only provide fashionable, functional carry-wear but create a movement of empowered, independent women that could carry with confidence.

About Emily Valentine:

Emily Valentine is the woman behind the lifestyle brand Style Me Tactical. In 2015, she started taking her personal preparedness and self-defense more seriously and what she learned was that there was a lack of resources available that she could relate to. So she decided to share her journey online and create Style Me Tactical. She has established herself as a leading resource for personal safety tips and concealed carry style advice. She wants women to live a lifestyle where being prepared and having the ability to defend oneself can coexist with a woman’s desire to be fashionable.

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