Feb. 18, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- The Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speaker Series is pleased to offer a chance to meet
Saturday, March 9, 2013
. Suggested donation for chance tickets for the drawing are
each and are available at
First prize in this drawing includes an invitation for two (2) guests to meet and have a photograph taken with speaker
. Guests will receive two front row seats to the moderated lecture with
and guest moderator,
; attend a VIP "Meet and Greet" cocktail reception; enjoy a three-course dinner at the Ritz Carlton Naples; and receive a special gift from event organizers. A total of ten (10) winners will be drawn with varying prize amounts described at
A portion of the proceeds from the drawing will help support the mission of the Naples Town Hall Youth Ambassador Project by inspiring today's youth to become future leaders by connecting them to world leaders and world issues. Proceeds will also help provide 100,000 meals for the hungry in support of the Taste of the NFL Kick Hunger Program.
In an open letter to Town Hall supporters, former President
George W. Bush
stated, "Thank you for your efforts to entertain, educate, and inspire your fellow citizens. I am especially grateful for the newly created Youth Ambassador Project. You are helping to encourage and create opportunities for the next generation of leaders of our great Nation."
"We felt that this drawing was a unique opportunity to reach out and nourish the minds and bodies of our next generation of leaders. We hope that the chance to meet and hear from such an inspiring sports figure will spark the minds of our Youth Ambassadors to realize their potential to have an impact our great nation," said
, president of Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speaker Series.
About Naples Town Hall
Naples Town Hall Distinguished Speaker Series, a non-profit organization founded in 1983 with the mission to enrich
by organizing nationally and internationally recognized experts in a responsible platform of issues and ideas that stimulate thought, enhance understanding and promote dialogue. For more information, visit
Cyndee Woolley, APR
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