Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour at George Mason University
Thursday, November 4, 2010 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Registration and Sponsorship Booths Open at 12PM. Come take your photo with The Patriot, network with panelists and speakers, and learn about our sponsors!
We are expecting a large crowd--so please allow ample time to get to the Dewberry Hall in the Johnson Center for the 1PM kickoff!
The Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour, brought to you by the National Chamber Foundation, the Campaign for Free Enterprise, and iMADdu, is coming to George Mason University on Thursday, November 4, 2010 from 1PM-5PM at Dewberry Hall in George W. Johnson Center (JC)!
Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour is the first-ever national entrepreneurship tour. In a high-energy event with lots of music, movement, prizes, and networking, Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour features the country's top young entrepreneurs and successful local entrepreneurs from the DC Metro Area.
George Mason University President Alan G. Merten will open the event with Rick Corcoran, Consultant, Organizational Development, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Be inspired by the stories of successful, young entrepreneurs and agents of change under 30. Speakers include Morgan First, Co-Founder and CEO of Second Glass and Jason Duff, Founder & CEO of Community Storage & Properties, Ltd. and COMSTOR Outdoor, Ltd.
- Brainstorm your new business idea and gain insight into your goals.
- Get your questions answered during the interactive panel.
- Receive feedback and support from other attendees during networking breaks.
The interactive Entrepreneur Panel, moderated by Arel Moodie, includes:
Tracy Foster, Founder of ONA
Tora J. Matsuoka, Managing Partner of Big Fish Hospitality Group
Tom Moore, Co-Founder of ROCS College Student Staffing
Mona Olsen, Founder of iMADdu (I make a difference, do you?)
Who should come?
Existing and future entrepreneurs, faculty members, small business owners, and students in both high school and college in the DC Metro Area are encouraged to join us!
Is there a cost?
Tickets are FREE thanks to our sponsors. Tickets are limited and pre-registration is required.
For the complete schedule of events, visit www.imaddu.org.
Parking is available at the parking decks on George Mason University's campus. Click here to view a Fairfax campus map. The cost is $12 for the day or $9 for 4 hours. Click here to find a Zimride way to get to campus.
For more details, visit www.imaddu.org.
When & Where
iMADdu (I make a difference, do you?), Mt. Freedom Golf, Matt Tal, and Mona Anita Olsen.
iMADdu is a nonprofit organization based in Fairfax, VA that empowers the next generation of entrepreneurs by providing hands-on experiences through apprenticeships that impact the local community. iMADdu bridges the gap between the academic and the practical at the university level. For more information, visit www.iMakeADifferenceDoyoU.org or follow us on Facebook/iMADduorg and Twitter: imadduorg.