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Students for Liberty Tennessee Regional Conference

Start Saturday, October 26, 2013 9:00 AM

End Saturday, October 26, 2013 8:00 PM

Join FEE and Students For Liberty at the Vanderbilt University on Saturday, October 26th for the 2013 Students For Liberty Tennessee Regional Conference.


By attending the conference, you will hear from top speakers in the libertarian movement, network with other pro-liberty students, discover countless opportunities for jobs, internships, conferences and seminars, and have a lot of fun with other students. This day-long event will feature tremendous speakers, panels, and breakout sessions on the ideas behind a free society and the actions necessary to implement them.
 
Registration for this conference is completely free of charge and open to everyone. Your registration includes three free meals, conference materials, free t-shirts, plus an evening social event (soft and hard drinks provided).
 
FEE's Executive Director, Carl Oberg, will be tabling the event. Stop by to meet Carl, learn more about our programs, and pick up reading materials.
 
For more information and to register for the event, click here.

 

Location

Vanderbilt University

2201 West End Ave.

Nashville, Tennessee 37203

 

Event Contact

For questions regarding the Regional Conferences please contact SFL Events Associate, Stephen Duke.

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