Tuesday, July 27, 2010

What Events Should We Hit Up?

Originally posted by Pete Eyre at the main Liberty On Tour website

 KEENE, NH – I’m a big advocate of Austrian Economics so reminiscent of the great work done by Mises and Hayek on the economic calculation problem, which essentially said that a centralized bureaucracy can never have all the information needed to allocate scarce resources, Adam and I are hoping you can help us reach more minds while on the road with Liberty On Tour by giving us leads.

By sharing the dispersed knowledge you possess with us we can have a bigger impact and advance the voluntary society.

We’re just two individuals. You – much better than us – know what’s hot in your town. The issues we should cover, neighborhoods we should visit, folks we should connect with, big events, concerts or festivals that we should attend or park near to do outreach (compliments of MARV’s PA, the awesome materials our advertisers have sent us and the sweet lit that we’ll soon have posted, which too was crowdsourced).

For example, when in St. Louis we’re going to park outside a Rush concert where thousands of mostly liberty-oriented folks will gather. When driving from Phoenix to Austin we’ll stop in Tucson and park near some baseball fields where hundreds will be present for the weekly softball tournament.

To really advance these ideas of complete liberty we need to engage those not-yet-exposed. We want to be experimental so don’t be shy in your suggestions.

Please let us know what we should hit up via the contact form on our site.

Thanks in advance for your help! And if you want to join us at any of these events (we’ll add them to our calendar as we iron them out) we’d love to have you! (read original post)

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