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The International UFO Congress moves to Phoenix

rsz_headerThe International UFO Congress, the largest UFO conference in the United States, will be celebrating its 20th year and moving to the Phoenix, Arizona area in February 2011. The International UFO Congress is a leading organization for the research and documentation of UFOs and related information.

The conference will be held at the Fort McDowell Resort and Casino February 23-27, 2011. Conference admission will be sold in packages for those many guests who make a week of the event, along with à la carte options available for those who just want to check it out for an afternoon.

The conference boasts more than 20 speakers and a plethora of exhibitors from around the globe, and covers a large variety of topics related to the UFO phenomenon including technology, government cover-ups, exopolitics, black projects, crop circles, alien visitation and more. Panels of astrophysicists, nuclear physicists, abductees, and former top-secret-clearance military personnel make up just a portion of highly decorated and influential speakers.

“Our decision to move the conference to the Phoenix area, from Laughlin, Nevada was to provide an opportunity for the larger masses to come out and participate and be able to listen to these highly credible speakers,” conference organizer Alejandro Rojas says.

Phoenix, Arizona has its fair share of UFO history, especially with the 1997 Phoenix Lights sightings, and the conference moving to an area as large and accessible as Phoenix makes sense for its future and continued growth.

“The stigma associated with this phenomenon is dwindling, as prominent figures such as Stephen Hawking are announcing the likelihood that life exists on other planets. We hope that people come out and see what this is all about and how they can get involved,” said Rojas.

One thing is for sure — the Phoenix area is in for an experience that is cosmic in size and matter.

For more information on the International UFO Congress, please visit the UFO Congress website.

About the International UFO Congress:

The International UFO Congress is an Arizona based organization dedicated to the dissemination of information related to many areas in ufology. It was established in 1991 and hosts an annual conference which is the largest of its kind in the United States. It features presentations given by authors, researchers, experts, enthusiasts, and those who have witnessed paranormal or anomalous phenomena from all over the world. It also provides a forum to discuss the experiences and findings. This event usually has over 20 Speakers, a Film Festival, tons of vendors as well as experiencer sessions. Topics generally covered are abduction, UFO sightings, UFO crashes, crop circles, paranormal experiences, government conspiracy and much more.

About Maureen Elsberry

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Maureen Elsberry is the Marketing Director, co-host and associate producer of Spacing Out!, and Co-organizer of the International UFO Congress. She is also a contributing writer for OpenMinds.tv and the former Open Minds magazine. She starred on the show Uncovering Aliens with appearances on Animal Planet, Science Channel, Destination America, and the American Hero's Network and has appeared on numerous radio programs across the country . Follow Maureen on Twitter: @maureenelsberry or subscribe to her public updates on Facebook here: Maureen OpenMinds

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    Hello Maureen;
    As you can see by my website; I write and publish a child-friendly book series about children and grey e.t.’s Listed as fiction, everything in these books have actually happened some abductee!
    I met you last year at the Feb congress. My books were sold at the IUFOC table. I am asking your advice on how best to reach buyers for children’s x-mas gifts? Besides your book shop. Link sites,advertising,talk shows?
    I appreciate your time. kt kelly

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