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Leadercast has much to offer

Published 6:12pm Saturday, April 7, 2012

Join us May 4 and become inspired as we hear from Tim Tebow, Soledad O’Brien, John Maxwell, Andy Stanley, Roland Fryer, Urban Meyer and many more.

The chamber has partnered with Pam Pippin of P-Inc. to bring the Chick-fil-A Leadercast to Beaufort County. We are excited to offer this event to the residents of Beaufort County for the first time. This one-day leadership event is broadcast live from Atlanta. We will be hearing from 10 great speakers, via satellite, here in our county. We are busy planning a day that will inspire and motivate you as you hear from nationally known leaders who have paved their own way.

PotashCorp Aurora is the presenting sponsor, and it is joined by other sponsors: Executive Personnel Group, Fitness Unlimited, Vidant Beaufort Hospital, Vidant Pungo Hospital, Tri-County Telecom Foundation and Total Solutions.

We are all in need of inspiration no matter what we are doing in our lives, and it is always such an uplifting experience to hear from leaders that have made such a positive difference in their lives and the lives of others. Each speaker comes from a different background, and the event will have something for everyone. This year’s program will focus on the power of choice. The diverse group of internationally acclaimed authors, leadership experts and practitioners will share insights to help leaders empower and equip others at work, at home and in the community through their choices. We encourage you to take time out for yourself on May 4 and come hear these great speakers, network and get to know others from our region.

Tickets may be bought at the chamber. A ticket for the entire day, which includes breakfast and lunch, costs $50. Grab your friends, co-workers, book-club members, bible-study group and everyone you know join us for this day of renewing and inspiring our lives.

For more information, call 252-946-9168.

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