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The Free Enterprise Foundation’s Annual Ethics and Civic Responsibility Awards Luncheon

April 6, 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Free Enterprise Foundation’s

Annual Ethics and Civic Responsibility Awards Luncheon

April 22, 2010 (11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)

The Citadel’s Holliday Alumni Center (69 Hagood Ave)

2010 HONOREES

South Carolina State Senator Paul G. Campbell, Jr.

Pierre Manigault, Chairman, Evening Post Publishing Company

Burton R. Schools, Immediate Past Chairman, Piggly Wiggly Carolina Company

Dr. Mary Thornley, President, Trident Technical College

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Ayn Rand Institute Executive Director Yaron Brook

HOST SPONSORS

Santee Cooper and The Citadel

ADDITIONAL SPONSORS

BB&T, Piggly Wiggly Carolina Company, The Bank of South Carolina, LS3P, College of Charleston Foundation, College of Charleston School of Business, MUSC, Trident Technical College, The InterTech Group, SCRA, Wachovia Bank, A Wells Fargo Company

On April 22 (11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.), Santee Cooper and The Citadel will host The Free Enterprise Foundation’s Annual Ethics and Civic Responsibility Luncheon at The Citadel’s Holliday Alumni Center. Featuring a keynote address provided by Ayn Rand Institute Executive Director Yaron Brook, this year’s event will honor the examples of civic, corporate, philanthropic, and educational leadership provided by S.C. State Senator Paul G. Campbell, Jr., Evening Post Publishing Company Chairman Pierre Manigault, Piggly Wiggly Carolina Company Immediate Past Chairman Burton R. Schools, and Trident Technical College President Dr. Mary Thornley.

“Ethics, civic responsibility, and leadership are important to our Lowcountry community, and we are proud to honor these local leaders,” said Robert E. Freer, Jr., president and founder of The Free Enterprise Foundation.

The Free Enterprise Foundation is an IRS designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit academic institute housed in Charleston, South Carolina at The Citadel (www.free-enterprise-foundation.org). Past recipients of The Free Enterprise Foundation’s Ethics and Civic Responsibility Awards include Charleston Mayor Joe Riley, Lonnie Carter, O.L. Thompson, and Jerry and Anita Zucker. Parties interested in attending or sponsoring the luncheon are encouraged to contact event manager Michael S. Smith II via michael@michaelssmithii.com.
EVENT MANAGER / PRESS CONTACT

Michael S. Smith II (Former Free Enterprise Foundation Tommy Baker Fellow)

843.568.3561 / michael@michaelssmithii.com

ADDITIONAL CONTACT

Robert E. Freer, Jr., President & Founder, The Free Enterprise Foundation

843.953.4944 / robert.freer@citadel.edu

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