An Evening of Freedom

Start Thursday, April 17, 2014 7:00 PM

End Thursday, April 17, 2014 10:00 PM

Americans for Prosperity Foundation Arkansas and FEE present An Evening of Freedom, with Lawrence W. Reed.

We often talk about economic freedom and what constitutes good, fiscally sound policy. But many times these can sound like buzz words or phrases. What does all of it really mean? Are these concepts relevant in today’s political landscape?

To answer these questions and more, Lawrence Reed, President of FEE, will be giving his talk “Seven Principles of Sound Public Policy,” the philosophic and economic pillars of a free society and government’s proper role.

Register for your ticket here.

Doors open at 6:00 PM for networking opportunities. Free hors d’oeuvres will be served. Event starts promptly at 7PM.

There will be a VIP Reception with Mr. Reed at 8:30pm on April 17th for Champions of Prosperity, legislators and candidates. To learn more about the Champions of Prosperity program and how to get involved, please call (501) 244-9675.


Embassy Suites
3303 S. Pinnacle Hills Pkwy
Rogers, AR

Event Contact

Jason Cline, Arkansas Director, Americans for Prosperity Foundation


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