Supporters Summit 2018
September 27, 2018 – September 29, 2018Auburn, Alabama
Students please use scholarship application at the end of page.
Join Ron Paul, David Stockman, Hunter Lewis, Tom Woods, Lew Rockwell, Tom DiLorenzo, Yuri Maltsev, Joe Salerno, Peter Klein, David Gordon, Mark Thornton, Jeff Deist, Patrick Newman and more for lively talks and discussion at our Supporters Summit in Auburn, plus golf, SEC football tailgating and Auburn University Homecoming game and festivities! September 27-29, 2018.
It only makes sense that Mises Institute supporters will be heading to a college campus this year. After all, the Mises Institute and its scholars are some of the few voices for freedom and free markets that are left in higher education. In this age of resurgent Marxism and political correctness, it's becoming increasingly harder for students to find a home where they can learn sound economics and the scholarship of freedom.
For more than 35 years, the Mises Institute has been a home for faculty and students who need a place to learn, write, research and teach as scholars of the Austrian school and as defenders of peace and markets. We hope you can join us this year at our Auburn campus to see where so many students and teachers have — thanks to Mises Institute Members — received the support they need.
We'll stay at the Marriott Grand National on beautiful Lake Saugahatchee and Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. To make your room reservation there, please email your name, dates of arrival and departure, and telephone number to Rami Herrera Rami.herrera@
Tentative Schedule, Central time
Thursday, September 27
Mid-afternoon golf with Tom DiLorenzo and Jeff Deist at Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Marriott Grand National
6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Welcome reception, Marriott Grand National
Friday, September 28
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Sessions, panels, discussion and tours at the Mises Institute, followed by dinner at the Institute
Saturday, September 29
10:00 a.m. - until. Sessions, meals, and discussion at the Mises Institute. The Saturday schedule depends on the time of the Auburn University Football Game, which will not be announced until the week of September 10 when television networks determine their televised times. The Institute will have a block of tickets for sale for those who wish to attend the game. Or, you can enjoy discussion with speakers during that time, or tail-gate with fans and watch the game on an outdoor big screen.
Sunday, September 30
10:00 a.m. Brunch with Lew Rockwell at the Marriott Grand National
Auburn is located an hour and 45 minutes south of Atlanta airport, which offers shuttle service to Auburn through Groome Transportation. The shuttle fee for Groome is $43 one way/$86 round trip (subject to change). The shuttle does not drop off or pick up at Marriott Grand National. If you make a reservation online with Groome and you are staying at the Marriott Grand National, please choose their drop-off/pick-up point of Opelika Fairfield Inn & Suites. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org with your arrival and departure times at Fairfield Inn and the Mises Institute will transport you between Fairfield Inn and Marriott Grand National. Or you can use Uber or Tiger Taxi between Fairfield and Marriott.. The Mises Institute can provide transportation only between Fairfield Inn and Marriott Grand National. Atlanta is the only airport offering shuttle service to Auburn. Other nearby airports are Columbus, GA and Montgomery, AL but you would need to rent a car for transportation or Uber to Auburn. There will be a bus to transport attendees between Marriott Grand National and the Mises Institute in Auburn on Friday and Saturday.
Questions? email Pat Barnett email@example.com
Students scholarships are available. Apply here.
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