For Immediate Release Contact: Dalton Sprouse Phone: 719.252.8815 (cell) Email: Dalton@americanvaluescenter.org Legendary Texas Ranger, Joaquin Jackson, to speak at Center for American Values The Center for American Values will host the retired Texas Ranger, Joaquin Jackson on Thursday, January 17th at 6:30pm in the main gallery on the 1st floor as part of our ongoing “On Values” speaker series. Jackson’s presentation is open to the public and free to attend. Members of law enforcement and first responders are strongly encouraged to attend.
Texas Rangers are considered to be the most legendary and effective law enforcement agency in the history of the United States. At the peak of Jackson’s career, he was part of an elite force of only 87 Rangers who held the entire state of Texas in short order. He knew his prey and his territory, but his tenacity was his greatest asset. Jackson has dramatic stories to share about many interactions he experienced over his career (1966 – 1993). “These legendary lawmen have faced down cattle rustlers, serial killers, and every threat imaginable” said Jackson, “but I am only one Ranger, and there was only one story that belonged to me” he added. Jackson will be available to sign copies of his book “One Ranger” immediately following his presentation at a reception held in the Waterfront Banquet Hall on the 4th floor.
The Center for American Values is located on the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk in Pueblo, Colorado at 101 South Main Street. The Center is a nonprofit non-political organization formed in 2010 for charitable and educational purposes. The Center’s founders identified the need for a national initiative to recognize and preserve the values on which our great country was founded.
For more information and to RSVP please contact Dalton Sprouse at the Center for American Values at 719-423-7814 or Dalton@americanvaluescenter.org. ###