Date(s) - 03/29/2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Elephant and Castle
Join America’s Future Foundation – Chicago for an evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and an opportunity to learn how to communicate libertarian ideas from one of the movement’s leaders.
At this special event, we will hear Brett Bittner of the Advocates for Self-Government explain how to better sell the ideals of the liberty movement, and then participate in an exercise where each of us will get to try it out ourselves.
The event will include hors d’oeuvres and an open bar. Cost is only $5.
6:00 pm – Doors open
7:00 pm – Speaker and Activity
To learn more and RSVP, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/aff-chicago-presents-brett-bittner-of-the-advocates-for-self-government-tickets-23487747485?mc_eid=c4ad6e27ae&mc_cid=fe6d6dc003.
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Brett Bittner serves as the Executive Director of the Advocates for Self-Government. Originally from Georgia, Brett has lived in South Carolina, Texas, Alabama, and Indiana. The Indianapolis resident was Marketing Director for The Advocates before becoming the Executive Director in April 2015. Prior, he served in multiple roles for the Libertarian Party, including Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Georgia, Chairman of the Libertarian State Leadership Alliance (LSLA), and Chairman of the largest county affiliate in Georgia. In addition to his Libertarian Party credentials, Brett also served as a member of the Marietta City School Board, being elected in a special election to fulfill an unexpired term and re-elected the following year to a full term. He also served on the Steering Committee for Get A Move On ATL, a project of the Civic League of Regional Atlanta. Currently, he also serves as founder, and on the board, of the Indianapolis chapter of America’s Future Foundation. He addresses civic and leadership groups throughout on current issues and free-market solutions. He is a frequent contributor to newspapers and radio programs around the country and spent two years providing free-market perspectives as a commentator on a daily Liberty Express radio program.