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Jeff Benedict Appearing in Stamford and West Hartford

About The Events

Come join us as we hear from Jeff Benedict, author of several books including Without Reservation and Little Pink House. Jeff explores the founding of the Foxwoods Casino in Without Reservation and discusses the Kelo eminent domain case in Little Pink House.  You can purchase your choice of these books with our online reservation site.  Jeff will be discussing these controversial Connecticut issues with us in Stamford and West Hartford – hope you can make it to one of the events closest to you!

September 20, 2010 – STAMFORD
Stamford Plaza Hotel | 2701 Summer Street, Stamford
6:30 Reception, 7:15 Dinner | Cost to attend is $50, which includes reception, dinner, and free parking.

Register to attend in Stamford!

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September 21, 2010 – WEST HARTFORD
Angelo’s on Main Restaurant at the Rockledge Golf Course
289 South Main Street, West Hartford
7:15am Breakfast | Cost to attend is $25, which includes breakfast and free parking.
Register to attend in Hartford!

All questions should be directed to Jessica at (860) 297-4271 or jessica@yankeeinstitute.org

About Jeff Benedict

Jeff Benedict is considered one of America’s top non-fiction writers. He is the author of nine critically acclaimed books and over fifty articles. His writings have been the basis of feature segments on 60 Minutes, ABC 20/20, NBC Dateline, HBO Real Sports, and the Discovery Channel. Jeff’s articles have been published in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the Hartford Courant. He is a frequent public speaker and a regular commentator on network news and television programs, commenting on athletes and crime, Indian gaming, eminent domain, and leadership and ethics in business.

Jeff Benedict was born in 1966 in New London, Connecticut.  He has a Bachelor’s in History from Eastern Connecticut State University, a Master’s in Political Science from Northeastern University, and a J.D. from the New England School of Law.  He previously practiced law in Connecticut, where he has spent most of his life.  He is currently a distinguished Professor of English at Southern Virginia University. Read more about Jeff at his website.

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