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First Annual Winter Freedom Academy

Start Saturday, February 04, 2012 8:00 AM

End Saturday, February 04, 2012 7:00 PM

Winter Freedom Academy

Join us February 4, 2012 for our first annual ‘Winter Freedom Academy’ in sunny Naples, Florida. The event runs from 8am-7pm and is being hosted by Mr. Michael Yashko.

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available and all net proceeds from the Academy will provide scholarships to high school and college students attending FEE’s Summer Seminars on liberty and free market economics.

Download the full event schedule and the official RSVP form for more information.

Keynote Speaker: Lawrence Reed – FEE
Speaker: Prof. Bradley K. Hobbs – Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU)
Speaker: Michael Yashko – Roetzel & Andress Law Firm
Speaker: Ismael Hernandez – Freedom & Virtue Institute
Speaker: Prof. Nikolai Wenzel – Hillsdale College
Speaker: Prof. Dean Stansel – FGCU
Speaker: Prof. Carrie Kerekes – FGCU
Speaker: John Allison – former CEO of BB&T
Speaker: John Blundell – Fellow at the Institute for Economic Affairs, UK
Host: Michael Yashko

Cost:
$10 per student: click here to buy a student ticket! — SOLD OUT
$50 per person: click here to buy your ticket! — SOLD OUT
$50 per person for “Lunch with Larry”: click here to buy a seat! — SOLD OUT

Location

Hilton Naples
5111 Tamiami Trail North
2012-02-04 19:00:00, FL 34103
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Event Contact

Contact: Chuck Marshall
Phone: (239) 963-5732
Email: ChuckMarshall@earthlink.net

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