Leadership Breakfast

 

Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Pfister Hotel, Grand Ballroom

7:00 a.m. Fellowship and Coffee
7:30 a.m. Breakfast and Program

 

Co-Chairmen

Charles Lauber, A.O. Smith
Wayne M. Klomstad, BMO Global Asset Management
The 44th annual Boy Scout Leadership Breakfast celebrates and highlights the mission of Scouting and recognizes its many noteworthy achievements during the year. Proceeds of the event are used to support Scouting’s important and successful youth development programs that serve more than 26,000 youth members. Business attire is requested.
 
   

Sponsorship Information

 

Distinguished Sponsor: $10,000

  • 2 tables of 10
  • Special seating
  • Inclusion in all promotional materials
  • One-page tribute ad in event program (6.5" w x 8.5" h)
  • Logo recognition in event program
 

Benefactor Sponsor: $5,000

  • 1 table of 10
  • Inclusion in all promotional materials
  • Half-page tribute ad in event program (6.5" w x 4" h)
  • Logo recognition in event program
 

Golden Eagle Sponsor: $2,750

  • 1 table of 10
  • Logo recognition in event program
 

Eagle Patrol Sponsor: $1,500

  • 5 seats
 

Guardian Sponsor: $1,100

  • 2 seats
 

There are no ticket sales for the Leadership Breakfast. A group solicitation is made during the breakfast and individuals who attend are asked to contribute a minimum of $330, although any size gift will be graciously accepted.

Business attire is requested.

The breakfast is expected to conclude by 9:00 a.m.

 

Seating is limited. Please place your reservation by February 23, 2017.

Program submissions and company logos are due by February 23, 2017.

We request the names of your guests no later than March 2, 2017.

 

 
For more information, contact Jamie Schwierske at (414) 443-2872 or Jamie.Schwierske@Scouting.org.
   

You Can Make a Difference

The Boy Scouts of America offers the finest youth development program available to build leadership, values, life skills, and self-esteem in youth.

Your participation helps bring the character-building programs of Scouting to more than 26,000 young people and their families in Kenosha, Milwaukee and Racine Counties.  Your support makes programs such as Learning for Life and Multicultural Scouting possible for kids in central city neighborhoods.

 
 
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