Fox and Friends Co-host Brian Kilmeade to Speak at Mansfield Event Presented by The Ashbrook Center

Fox and Friends Co-host Brian Kilmeade to Speak at Mansfield Event Presented by The Ashbrook Center

1/7/ 16 ASHLAND, Ohio - Best-selling author and popular media personality Brian Kilmeade will speak at Mansfield’s Renaissance Theatre on Friday, Jan. 22, 2016, at 7:30 P.M. Kilmeade is well known as co-host of the popular Fox & Friends news program and host of the nationally syndicated radio program, “Kilmeade and Friends.”

Taking an in-depth look at his new book, THOMAS JEFFERSON AND THE TRIPOLI PIRATES, Kilmeade will discuss Jefferson, pirates and national security. Tickets for general seating in the Renaissance Theatre are available for $20 each. A book signing will follow.

Kilmeade’s book, co-authored by Don Yeager, was released in November and has already hit #2 on the New York Times Best Sellers list. He has written three additional books, two of which are also New York Times best sellers, ”The Games Do Count”, “It’s How You Play the Game” and “George Washington’s Secret Six”, also co-written with Don Yaeger.

This event, hosted by the Ashbrook Center, is the first Peter W. Schramm Memorial Lecture sponsored by Samuel H. and Maria Miller and is co-sponsored by WMAN Radio. Additional opportunities to co-sponsor the event are available and include a limited number of reserved seat tickets for dinner with Kilmeade before the evening’s keynote address. 

To purchase tickets or obtain additional information about sponsorship opportunities, visit ashbrook.org/events/kilmeade or contact Jennifer Nixon at the Ashbrook Center at 877-289-5411 or jnixon@ashbrook.org.

Dedicated by President Reagan in 1983, the Ashbrook Center, an independent center at Ashland University, restores and strengthens the capacities of the American people for constitutional self-government through its educational programs for teachers, students, and citizens. Ashbrook’s teacher resource website, TeachingAmericanHistory.org offers more than 2,500 primary source documents, searchable by academic standards in all 50 states, and interactive teaching tools that teachers can utilize at no cost.