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David Gilbert to speak at the upcoming Power Players

2/13/2014

 

The very thoughtful and inspiring David Gilbert, President and CEO of the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and Positively Cleveland, will be speaking at the Power Players Luncheon, presented by Skylight Financial Group, on Thursday, March 20th.  David is no stranger to the Power Players and was the first speaker when the series started back in 2011.

David, will share the successes of the Sports Commission over the last year, look ahead to what’s happening in 2014 and reflect on the power of high profile events to change perceptions of Cleveland and to make a lasting contribution to its economy.  David’s passion for Cleveland and sports is almost tangible and this is reflected in the Commission’s exceptional winning record when it comes to securing sporting events.  Since refounding in 2000, the Sports Commission has attracted and created more than 140 events to the Greater Cleveland area such as the National Senior Games, U.S. Gymnastics Championships, the Gay Games this summer and the NCAA Regional Basketball Tournament in 2015. 

The luncheon will take place on Thursday, March 20th at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Cleveland. Further information can be found in the announcementRegister now! 

If you are interested in finding out more about David Gilbert and his work, check out this very recent interview he gave to Scene.

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