Myrtle Beach, SC, Orlando, FL and Washington, D.C. January 15, 2014—Thinking Outside the Boxe has released the transcripts of a question and answer session from its 10th Annual Symposium held in Orlando from December 26-31, 2013.
Robert M. Clinger III, founder of Thinking Outside the Boxe, moderated the Q&A session and did not offer any responses of his own. The panelists in the 10th Annual Symposium question and answer session included Thinking Outside the Boxe’s correspondents from Washington, DC, Raleigh, North Carolina, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Detroit, Michigan, and Orlando, Florida. Digger Cartwright, mystery novelist and industrialist, also participated in the question and answer session.
The symposium focused on topics such as recent economic conditions and the outlook for the coming year, geopolitical events, domestic politics, social issues, etc. The questions were selected from questions and/or comments submitted to Thinking Outside the Boxe via mail, e-mail, social media, etc.
The transcript in its entirety is available atwww.ThinkingOutsideTheBoxe.com. Each question will also be released periodically via Thinking Outside the Boxe’s blog and social media outlets.
About Thinking Outside the Boxe—Thinking Outside the Boxe is a private, nonpartisan think tank that is dedicated to providing a wide variety of perspectives on issues that are of interest to the general public. The views that are expressed in Thinking Outside the Boxe’s commentaries and research are often times uncommon, provocative, and controversial. Thinking Outside the Boxe’s mission is to formulate and promote positions and to provide research, independently, that would otherwise be deprived of an outlet in the mainstream media. Thinking Outside the Boxe’s commentators and researchers seek to broaden the parameters of public knowledge by addressing issues in such a fashion as to provoke thought and debate on some of the most pressing issues of our day.
Thinking Outside the Boxe’s Champagne Summit series began as a side event to the annual symposium held in December each year. Increased interest in the Champagne Summits by participants and guests led Thinking Outside the Boxe to expand the Champagne Summits to one event per quarter in addition to the annual symposium. Thinking Outside the Boxe also began offering a limited number of individual tickets to the quarterly Champagne Summits.