Lawrence W. Reed Is Coming To Billings

Tanner Avery

Director of The Center for New Frontiers

Tanner Avery
/ Blog
October 3, 2022

Lawrence W. Reed Is Coming To Billings

"Not only will this event leave you feeling inspired, but it will also give you more intellectual tools to hold government accountable."

Here at Frontier, one of our main goals is to foster robust conversations about policies that rely on more freedom, not more government.

That is why I am excited to announce that we are partnering with Young Americans for Freedom at Rocky Mountain College to host nationally renowned author, passionate advocate for liberty and Frontier Institute Board member Lawrence W. Reed.

Save the date for October 19th, 2022, at Rocky Mountain College’s Great Hall.

Lawrence Reed has traveled all over the United States, as well as abroad, explaining how the pillars of any free economy are made of seven principles. Hence the event’s title – The Seven Principles of Sound Public Policy.

Not only will this event leave you feeling inspired, but it will also give you more intellectual tools to hold government accountable.

While tickets to this event are free, seating is limited. To reserve your spot click the button above. I look forward to meeting you in person!

For Liberty,
Tanner Avery

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