I hate to throw a wet blanket on a great idea, but ....
Getting events to comp space is pretty hard to do, even those events that are if not OC-friendly at least OC-tolerant. They seem to be fund-raisers for someone - eben if it's just to raise enough money to do it again. Giving away $x (the customary space renral) to VCDL usually means they will be asked to give away $x to several other organizations that feel they are just as, if not more, deserving.
Then there is the issue of a differeinng of opinion between the event folks OC-friendly or OC-tolerant and the venue itself. I'm not going to mention the Virginia Republican 7th Congressional District Committee by name, but that's a good example. The 7th District Committee claims to be OC-tolerant, but they consistently have picked Snag-A-Job Pavillion as the location for their Republican Roundup. Innsbrook, the complex where S-A-J P is located, is actually OC-friendly. However, S-A-J P is downright firearms intolerant.
Richmond International Raceway is a mixed bag - no guns in the grandstands or (when the State Fair was held there) on the grounds during State Fair. Yet they host a gun show that welcomes VCDL and several of the events on the grounds are OC-tolerant. Meadow Event Park, the new home for the State Fair (if it's not in bankruptcy again) is gun-hating central, yet they also host a gun show that welcomes VCDL.
Now I'm not saying that someone working the VCDL table must, or even ought to, wear a gun. But there's something just not right about promoting your right to defend yourself at an event that will not allow you to do just that.
Now - to dry out that wet blanket. I'm willing (even eager) to show up and sit at the table, hand out literature, and talk with the folks. Wish I could help with the set-up and tear-down but I'm no longer able to. Finding events should not be a problem - heck, both the Commonwealth and most counties have tourism/conference bureaus that publish the information.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8lT1o0sDwI (naughty word alert)