Harville to Speak at Entrepreneur’s Breakfast

Harville to Speak at Entrepreneur’s Breakfast

Upland, CA -- On Monday, September 9, 2019, Boys to Businessmen, Inc. will host its monthly Entrepreneur’s Breakfast. We are thrilled and excited to have Former Los Angeles Lakers Chaplain Rick Harville present to us during the meeting. This lively discussion will include valuable information and insight on how to build a career in entertainment without losing sight of oneself.  Mr. Harville will also speak on many innovative ways to create and maintain a professional life inside an industry that is ever evolving.

Harville began working with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1984 and has been the Chaplain for the Los Angeles Lakers for more than 27 years and has since retired. When he was not working with the Lakers, he spent time with highly at-risk youth for the Los Angeles County Office of Education. This time of sharing and encouragement happens every first Monday at 8:00am. Business, civic leaders and entrepreneurs will come to share and exchange ideas. Men, ages 18 and above are invited to attend.

The Entrepreneur’s Breakfast is a program under the auspices of the Boys to Businessmen Nonprofit. The purpose of the b2b is to provide an opportunity for young men to be introduced to the world of business. The program offers mentorship, workshops, and the ability to design a business from their ideas.

“It is imperative that we prepare the next generation to do business locally, nationally, and globally,” stated founder Tommy Morrow, founder of Boys to Businessmen, Inc.

Applications for the Winter Session will be available October 1, 2019 for young men who are between the ages 13 – 18.

For more information or to RSVP please call 909.949.3099.

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