Swimming with a Shark Daymond John Keynote Event
Thursday, October 19, 2023 (1:00 PM - 5:00 PM) (EDT)
The Pocono Chamber of Commerce and the Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau are excited to bring Daymond John to Kalahari Resorts and Convention Center on October 19th 2023 from 1-5pm in the keynote event of the year: Swimming with the Peoples Shark!
Daymond John is a top business and motivational keynote speaker, and founder of FUBU clothing, ‘Shark Tank’ star and judge, and the bestselling author of ‘PowerShift’. As a dynamic business speaker with over twenty years of hands-on proven business experience, Daymond shares the strategies that continue to bring him financial success. He believes the keys to his success include establishing the right mindset and following a few fundamental principles, which he calls his five “S.H.A.R.K points.”
SEATS TO THIS EXCLUSIVE EVENT ARE LIMITED, GET YOUR TICKET NOW!
KEYNOTE EVENT TICKET: $100 Includes entry to keynote event, networking, cocktail hour, business exhibition hall, and hor’dourves
KEYNOTE EVENT TABLE OF EIGHT: $750 KEYNOTE VIP TICKET: $150 (LIMIT 75 TOTAL)
Our keynote speaker, Daymond John, has agreed to an exclusive VIP Q&A after the main presentation. VIP tickets include the main event ticket as well as entry to the Q&A EXHIBITOR TABLE: $200 (Does not include a ticket to the presentation) Includes one exclusive exhibit table in the business showcase hall before the keynote event and during cocktail hour. This table will be provided to you. Sponsorships are now Available for this Event! Receive exposure for your business in front of 500+ business and community leaders from across Eastern PA: Reaching individuals in Monroe, Carbon, Pike, Luzerne, Lackawanna Northampton, Lehigh, and Wayne Counties in this high-profile keynote event. Please reach out to Mahogani at Mhurley@poconochamber.org if you are interested in visibility before, during, and after this event!
Exclusive VIP Q&A after the main presentation
exhibit table in the business showcase hall
250 Kalahari Blvd.
Pocono Manor,, 18349