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2014 NBA Canada Series Executive Breakfast

2014 NBA Canada Series Executive Breakfast
2014 NBA Canada Series Executive Breakfast
NBA Executive Breakfast

BasketballBuzz is happy to attend the 2014 NBA Canada Series Executive breakfast. To all the people involved in the Montreal basketball community, this is a great chance to meet and network with like-minded individuals. We hope to see many of our partners and associates in attendance.

EXECUTIVE BREAKFAST  

Starting at 7am on Friday, October 24th, the National Basketball Association (NBA), evenko and the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, are thrilled to present the first-ever NBA Canada Series Executive Breakfast — a panel discussion about the NBA’s business and marketing strategies in Montreal, and the role of social responsibility and sport in society. It will be a good opportunity to hear about NBA growth in Canada.

The panel will feature NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum, Toronto Raptors General Manager Masai Ujiri, and NBA Legend and Global Ambassador Dikembe Mutombo.

Tickets for this breakfast include the conference, a continental breakfast and the opportunity to attend the Raptors morning practice at the Bell Centre. VIP tickets are available and include a chance to meet the presenters. Tickets are available via evenko.ca.

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