Let's meet with fellow Chicago Booth alums for the annual fall get-together dinner & party. Alumni and their spouses are welcome to join.
Parking: There are limited parking spots near the clubhouse. Vehicles can also be parked on the street in front of the clubhouse.
It's time for the annual fall get-together. Chicago alums (UofC & Booth) visiting Atlanta/current students are welcome to register & join/network.
The location is in East Cobb, Marietta (near Terrell Mill Park). There will be food & drinks (wine or beer) included for the evening.
This event is BYOB.
The Federal Reserve is on track to pay commercial banks $120 billion during the next year to refrain from lending some $3 trillion in reserves now on deposit at the Fed. At a time when the reserve ratio requirement is now zero, there are significant implications for inflation and the health of the economy. Let's explore the impacts in an interactive discussion formatThis clubhouse has two levels. We will meet at the main level to socialize and network.
Kids (Below 12 Free):
Kids are welcome and there is a lower-level.
Respective parents are to take care of their kids or arrange babysitters. Parents are welcome to lead/volunteer to plan entertainment for kids. If there are more kids, the parents can offline order pizza or whatever the kids like/fits allergy constraints.
We need to know the number of kids coming/age group (& drop a note offline).
$30 per adult registration
Kids Above 12 - $20
Kids Below 12 - Free
Spencer Reibman (Speaker) '76
Spencer Reibman was a staff aide to Representatives Jack Kemp and John Rousselot during the early days of the Supply-side movement on Capitol Hill specializing in tax, money, and energy policy. During his career he has taught economics at local colleges, raised private equity, and initiated the sale or merger of privately held companies. He is also an entrepreneur having founded an in-store media company delivering music and digital signage to business venues. He currently writes on Substack.
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