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Leadership Network Conference 2010

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Alumnus Will Weatherford (B 02), Florida State Representative for District 61 will speak to attendees in Palm Beach.
Alumnus Will Weatherford (B 02), Florida State Representative for District 61 will speak to attendees in Palm Beach.

Attend the 2010 Leadership Network Conference in Palm Beach, Fla. this November!

From November 12-13, TFAS leaders, supporters, alumni and friends will gather in Palm Beach and attend presentations by America’s leading experts on the 2010 elections and current public policy issues.

Speakers include Stuart Varney, business and financial journalist for FOX News, former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, Will Weatherford (B 02), Florida State Representative for District 61, Fred Barnes and Steve Hayes (A 94) of The Weekly Standard and FOX News, Jim Otteson, professor of philosophy and economics at Yeshiva University in New York, Ken Blackwell, Former Ohio Secretary of State, Professor Ben Powell of Suffolk University and Professor Joshua Mitchell, Georgetown University.

Enjoy the special conference rate of $149 a night at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in Palm Beach – don’t miss out on this deal! Book your room today by calling 800-432-2335.

Alumni are also offered the discount attendance rate of $195 per alumnus.

For more information contact Jane Mack at jmack@TFAS.org, or by phone at 800-741-6964. REGISTER ONLINE today!

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