Chris Wallace, veteran journalist and anchor of Fox News Sunday, is slated to speak at  the National Chicken Council’s 59th Annual Conference scheduled October 2-3 at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington D.C.  Each Sunday, Wallace interviews that week’s top newsmakers, including senior officials in the Obama administration, members of Congress, and world leaders.  During last year’s presidential campaigns, Wallace was a panelists on Fox News Republican primary debate, reporting from both national conventions, and played a key role in Fox News’ Election Night coverage.

Chris Wallace, Fox News Sunday

Chris Wallace, Fox News Sunday

Over his long career, Wallace has won every major broadcast news award for reporting including three Emmy Awards and the Peabody Award, among others.  Before joining Fox News, Wallace worked at ABC News for 14 years and, before that, he was with NBC News where he served as the chief White House correspondent.

To hear Wallace’s insider views on all things political, plan to attend NCC’s Annual Conference.  If you have not yet registered online, visit the conference website at www.nationalchickencouncil.org/conference/.  Click on “Register Now,” located on the right-hand side of the home page.  You will be asked to log in with your user name and passcode.  Your user name is your business email address on file with NCC.  If you do not remember your passcode, you can recover it via the log-in page.  If you need assistance, contact Maggie Ernst via email at mernst@chickenusa.org.

Please note that the deadline to make hotel reservations at the Mandarin Oriental hotel is September 18.  After that date, hotel accommodations cannot be guaranteed and discounted group rates will not be available.  Hotel room rates for the National Chicken Council are $315 per night, plus tax.  You can make hotel reservations online via www.nationalchickencouncil.org/conference.    You may also call the hotel at 1-888-888-1778 to make reservations by mentioning NCC.  The Mandarin Oriental hotel is in close proximity to the National Mall and some of Washington’s most iconic monuments and museums.