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Mises Institute in Seattle with Tom Woods and Bob Murphy

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May 20, 2017Seattle, Washington

Join Tom Woods, Bob Murphy, and Jeff Deist at the Mises Circle, Town Hall Seattle.

Don't miss this great opportunity to network and enjoy brunch with like-minded people, while enjoying the most uncompromising and stimulating talks available anywhere in 2017.   

Registration fee is $50 per person and includes a spectacular brunch buffet with cash bar. Directions and parking information for Town Hall Seattle can be found here.

Students see scholarship application process at bottom of page.

The Mises Bookstore will be on site, and speakers are happy to autograph books. Bring your Mises Institute Membership card to receive a 10% discount.

To reserve accommodations at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 1113 6th Avenue, one block from Town Hall, call them at 888-233-9527 before April 19 and mention the Mises Institute for a special rate of $189 per night plus tax.

Student Scholarship Applications

Students wishing to apply for a scholarship for sessions and brunch should submit an application and student ID on this Student Event Scholarship Application Form.

The Mises Institute conducts Mises Circles, one-day informative seminars around the country. These events are wholly sponsored by freedom loving, concerned people who want to bring new ideas to their community and businesses. To sponsor a Mises Circle in your region, please call Kristy Holmes at 800-636-4737 or email her.

To inquire about the status of your Membership, call 800-636-4737.

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