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John Stossel and the Foundation for Economic Education

by PV

ATLANTA, Ga. (March 9, 2012)Fox Business Network host and commentator John Stossel will be the keynote speaker at a special April 12 dinner celebrating the upcoming relocation of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) to Atlanta this fall.

The dinner, entitled An Evening with FEE, will take place April 12 at 7:00pm at the Atlanta Renaissance Waverly Hotel (Galleria). FEE is one of the oldest free-market organizations in the country, reaching more than 15,000 students a year through week-long seminars and other events.

At the dinner, Stossel will deliver a positive, inspiring message about school choice and privatization, and his new book – No, They Can’t: Why Government Fails, But Individuals Succeed – will be available for purchase. Stossel is long-time friend of FEE and a frequent contributor to The Freeman magazine, FEE’s signature publication since 1956.

Event tickets can be purchased online; $125 a person, $200 a couple and $1,000 for a table of eight. For details visit http://www.fee.org/stossel.

About the Foundation for Economic Education

The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) inspires, educates and connects students with the ‘first principles’ of freedom by exploring the economics of free enterprise and a limited government. Founded in 1946, FEE is a non-political, non-profit, tax-exempt educational foundation and accepts no taxpayer money. FEE is supported solely by contributions from private individuals, foundations, and businesses and by the sales of its publications. For more on FEE, please visit www.fee.org

Interviews and speaking requests may be arranged by contacting Margaret Poteet at (404) 419-1303 or at mpoteet@fee.org.

260 Peachtree Street, NW
Suite 2200
Atlanta, GA 30303
Telephone: (404) 419-1303

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