Get your meme-makers ready, because Ken Bone is back!

The star of the second 2016 presidential debate is going to the Conservative Political Action Conference as the "chief people officer" for Victory Holdings, a political software company.

Bone, who rose to fame as America's favorite undecided voter, will be representing the company at CPAC, which kicks off today and continues through Saturday.

In St. Louis on Oct. 9, 2016, Bone -- wearing a now-famous red Izod cardigan -- asked Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton about their energy policies. He reportedly began that night with seven Twitter followers but is now up over 220,000.

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Victory Holdings released a statement Tuesday confirming Bone's new role with the company.

Last week, the company released an ad, entitled "Enough is Enough," featuring Bone promoting the company's slogan of putting people back in charge of politics.

"This isn't a fight between Democrats and Republicans," Bone says in the ad. "This is people versus big money politicians."

Bone took to Twitter to rev up the excitement for his CPAC appearance.

And you guessed correctly! The iconic red sweater will be making the trip to the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Maryland.

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