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Reason Weekend 2014
Location: St. Petersburg, Florida
- April 10 - 13, 2014
Reason Weekend 2014 will be held April 10-13, 2014 at the Vinoy Renaissance St Petersburg Resort, and you will want to be there!
At Reason Weekend, you'll get the inside scoop on the future of liberty from Reason’s nationally-recognized policy analysts and award-winning journalists. You'll also hear from some of the libertarian movement's most exciting guest speakers, including:
- Greg Glassman, founder of Crossfit
- Bjorn Lomborg, Skeptical Environmentalist
- John Stossel, television host, investigative journalist and author
Reason Weekend is an annual event open to members of Reason’s exclusive Torchbearer Society. To find out how your support of free minds and free markets can qualify you for membership, please visit www.reason.org/donate. And don't forget to check back here for a preliminary Reason Weekend agenda.
Join Reason April 10-13 for a memorable weekend of oustanding speakers and great conversation in St. Petersburg! Register today.
- Greg Glassman
- founder, Crossfit
- Bjorn Lomborg
- Copenhagen Consensus Center
- John Stossel
- television host, columnist
- Fox Business
- Thomas Stossel, M.D.
- professor of medicine
- Harvard Medical School
- Nick Gillespie
- editor in chief, Reason.tv
- Adrian Moore
- vice president for policy
- Julian Morris
- vice president for research
- Bob Poole
- Searle Transportation Fellow
- Matt Welch
- editor in chief, Reason
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