Mandarin Oriental, Washington, D.C. | March 16 and March 17
Please join us, and many of our closest friends, in Washington D.C. this January, for National Review Institute’s 2017 Ideas Summit. This biennial summit builds upon NRI’s rich tradition of in-person intellectual engagement, bringing together today’s most influential thinkers and strengthening the conservative movement William F. Buckley Jr. helped establish. We invite you to join us for what promises to be a productive and uplifting summit.
Since 1993, the Institute has hosted several major post-election Summits, where leading policy makers and scholars gather for conversations and presentations. In 2015, NRI introduced a new format, featuring optimistic speeches, one-on-one interviews, and in-depth panel discussions, while retaining key elements of previous Summits. The powerful anddiverse lineup of speakers represented the very best that the conservative movement has to offer and provided insightful, forward-looking ideas to all in attendance.This year’s Summit will build on the momentum from the 2015 Ideas Summit with great energy, media coverage, and the new format we introduced then. In the spirit of Bill Buckley, participants in our 2017 Summit will diagnose the current challenges facing our nation and proffer practical solutions for building bridges, sparking productive conversations, making amends, and forging a path forward for conservatism.
Among the notables participating:
Ed Conard · Veronique de Rugy · David French
Daniel Hannan · Mollie Hemingway · Mark Krikorian
Andrew Klavan · Dr. Charles Krauthammer · Kathryn Jean Lopez
Rich Lowry · Heather Mac Donald · Andrew C. McCarthy
Jay Nordlinger · John O’Sullivan · Ramesh Ponnuru
Reihan Salam · J.D. Vance · Kevin D. Williamson
…and many more!
Following the popular format of the 2015 Summit, the conference will also feature one-on-one discussions with today’s leading politicians.
HOW TO JOIN US
Please know that all Summit sponsors over $10,000 will receive ten tickets to the conference, prominent recognition in materials and from the podium, and a table with prime seating at the Whittaker Chambers Award Dinner (3/16). Sponsors under $10,000 will receive five tickets to the conference, prominent recognition in materials and from the podium, and five tickets with preferred seating at the Whittaker Chambers Award Dinner.
If you are interested in sponsoring the Summit, please contact Alexandra Zimmern by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (212-849-2858). Thank you for your consideration.
|Thursday Dinner Wine and Bar||$20,000|
|Friday Breakfast Buffet||$15,000|
|Thursday Cocktail Reception||$15,000|
|Thursday Night Owl||$7,500|
|Thursday Coffee Break||$7,500|
|Friday Coffee Break||$7,500|
|All Summit tickets include access to all panel discussions and one-on-one interviews, the Innaugural Whittaker Chambers Dinner, Thursday’s Night Owl, and Friday breakfast & lunch|
|Premium Whittaker Chambers Dinner Package||$10,000|
|Premium Ticket Package||$5,000|
|Non-profit/Regional Fellows Rate||$300|
To register for the National Review Institute 2017 Ideas Summit, please click here.
1955 Society members are invited to join us for a special dinner at Mount Vernon on Friday, March 17 and a private breakfast with NR talent on Saturday, March 18. Space is limited. Formal invitations will be extended to all members registered for the conference.
Accommodations: NRI has secured a room block at the Mandarin Hotel (1330 Maryland Ave SW, Washington, D.C.)
To book a room at The Mandarin for our reduced rate of $346, please click here or call the hotel. This special rate expires on 2/27/17.
Please contact Alexandra Zimmern by email (email@example.com) or phone (212.849.2858) if you have any questions about registration or sponsorship.
We look forward to seeing you in Washington, D.C. in March!
National Review Institute was founded by William F. Buckley Jr. in 1991, 36 years after he founded National Review magazine. The Institute is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), journalistic think tank, established to advance the conservative principles Mr. Buckley championed, complement the mission of the magazine, and support NR’s best talent. EIN# 13-3649537.