This year we will be spreading some cheer on Thursday December 12th at 7:00 PM in Camarillo at the Money Pancho Mexican Restaurant. This will be a fine dining experience in a cozy private room The restaurant is known for award winning Margaritas and mouth-watering dishes. This will also be a time for reflecting on the milestones and accomplishments made in 2013, a time for celebrating our growth and congratulating LPVC members for their dedication and many achievements.
In addition, we are proud to present our keynote speaker for the evening, the President of Reason Foundation, Mr. David Nott. Reason is a well known non-profit organization dedicated to advancing free minds and free markets. We are fortunate to have Mr. Nott with us and know you will enjoy him.
All new and old members and friends are invited to attend this holiday event. Besides great food and a wonderful speaker, there will be raffle gifts too. The restaurant is conveniently located: take Lewis exit off the 101, then north on Lewis for about 2 miles. Go left at Las Posas Road (notice that the street name shows as Upland on the east side) and drive west less than a mile. The restaurant is on the right in the Dos Caminos Plaza shopping center (just past the police station) at the intersection of Ponderosa Drive. Please mark your calendars now for this year’s Annual LPVC Holiday Party. R.S.V.P.’s are not required, but much appreciated. Email email@example.com or call 805-642-LPVC. We hope to see you all there!
David Nott is president of Reason Foundation. Under his leadership, Reason’s public policy experts have advised President George W. Bush, California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, and numerous other officials on how to shrink the burden of government. Reason, a monthly magazine of political and cultural commentary, was named one of the “50 Best Magazines” two straight years by the Chicago Tribune and is described as “a kick-ass, no-holds-barred political magazine” by the New York Post. Nott’s professional experience includes six years as president of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, where he is credited with developing and implementing a business plan that led to a 250 percent increase in revenue. Nott also spearheaded the construction of Mercatus’ new Capitol Hill Campus. Nott is a certified petroleum engineer. From 1986 to 1994, he was a senior reserve engineer at Shell California Production, Inc., coordinating the divisional capital budget, forecasting production and expenses, calculating reserves, and analyzing the profitability of projects and properties. Nott has written on privatization for the Institute of Economic Affairs, lectured to federal judges on the need for drug policy reform, and written commentary for the Los Angeles Times, Orange County Register, San Diego Union-Tribune, Los Angeles Daily News, and many other publications. Nott earned a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences, with Distinction, in Economics and Petroleum Engineering from Stanford University. See more at: http://reason.org/staff/opeds/david-nott#sthash.y7oy2FLt.dpuf