South Carolina Freedom Summit FAQ’s

What time does the event start?
The conference is an all-day conference and begins at 9:00 AM. Doors will open at 8:00 AM.

Will the schedule for the day be provided? 
The schedule is not yet finalized. On the day of the event, you will be provided a program listing which speakers will be included in which session.

Is there adequate parking?

Downtown Greenville will be a busy place on May 9th. We recommend you come early that morning to the downtown area to find parking. In addition to other public lots already available, there will be three reserved parking lots near The Peace Center for Freedom Summit Attendee Parking on the day of the event. You may park in these lots beginning at 7am on the morning of May 9th. There will be a shuttle service available to give your family rides to and from The Peace Center all day.

These reserved lots are “first come, first serve” in terms of parking that morning. Once they fill up, attendees will need to look for parking elsewhere.

The location of the reserved parking lots:

Greenville Water Commission
407 W. Broad Street
Greenville, SC  29601

Downtown Presbyterian Church
435 W. Washington Street
Greenville, SC  29601

First Citizens Bank
325 W. McBee Avenue
Greenville, SC  29601

To view a map of these lots as well as the shuttle route to The Peace Center, please click here.

Will lunch be provided?
Yes, all attendees will receive a free Chick-fil-A meal, which is being graciously provided by the Tea Party Patriots, our lunch sponsor.

Is there an opportunity for exhibitors?
Yes. If you are interested, please contact us at or 202-547-5420.
Also, ask about sponsorship opportunities for the South Carolina Freedom Summit

Are cameras allowed and can I take pictures?
Yes, still photography is permitted – however, video recording at the event is prohibited.

What if I need special accommodations?
Citizens United will make every attempt to accommodate any special needs you may have. Please contact for any requests.

May I bring small children?
Children are welcome, but as a courtesy to other attendees, please bring only children of appropriate age who are equipped to sit through the entire Summit without being disruptive.