Invitation from Aaron Harber

Aaron Harber has invited Harvard alumni to the launch event for his new television series "The Great Economics Debate" on Tuesday, December 18 at 7:30 am.

Aaron's announcement follows:


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You are invited to the official announcement of the national availability of “The Aaron Harber ShowTM ” and the first-ever screening of highlights of “The Great Economics DebateTM” series featuring Al Simpson, Erskine Bowles, Alice Rivlin, Peter Morici, and other economic experts (

7:30 am, Tuesday, 18 December 2012

The Wynkoop Brewing Company
1634 18th Street, Denver, CO 80202
(Breakfast in the Mercantile Room)


Greg Armstrong, President & General Manager, K3 Colorado (KCDO-TV Channel 3)
Polly Baca, former Vice Chair, Democratic National Committee
Maria Garcia Berry, CEO, CRL Associates
Maureen Brooks, President & CEO, Brooks International
Kelly Brough, President and CEO, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Hank Brown, former U.S. Senator + past CU & UNC President
Richard Buchanan, Vice President, Content Services, COMCAST
Lee Driscoll, CEO, Wynkoop Holding Company
Cole Finegan, Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells
David French, Chairman, Orbis Institute
John Hereford, Partner, Oak Leaf Energy Partners
John Ikard, President & CEO, 1st Bank
Greg Maffei, President & CEO, Liberty Media
Bill Ritter, former Governor + Director, Center for the New Energy Economy
Patricia Barela Rivera, President, PBR Solutions + former SBA District Director
Richard Sapkin, Managing Principal, Edgemark Development
John Sie, Founder, Encore & STARZ Movie Channels
Jerre Stead, President & CEO, IHS
Wellington Webb, President & CEO, Webb Group International


7:15 am         Doors open (parking meters will credit you for time before 8:00 am).
7:30 am         Breakfast will be available.
7:45 am         Screening of “The Great Economics Debate” highlight reel.
8:00 am         Details of national availability on COMCAST + hosts’ comments.
8:30 am         Q & A with Aaron and hosts.
9:00 am         Event concludes.

  There is no charge to attend but everyone should RSVP because space is limited.

This event is being held to encourage individuals, companies, and other organizations to get involved in our nonpartisan public affairs show. Your ideas about programming topics, prospective guests, and other ways to improve and support the show are welcome!