MANCHESTER, NH – The Boys & Girls Club of Manchester (BGCM) will be hosting its Speakers Series Luncheon on Thursday, March 16 featuring keynote speaker (and hometown celebrity) Coach Ryan Day.
Coach Day is a Manchester native who played football for Central High School and the University of NH Wildcats now serves as head football coach for Ohio State University. He exemplifies leadership on and off the field, inspiring so many adults and children alike. He uses his platform to break the stigma of mental health and teach others how mental fitness is equally important as physical fitness.
The Speaker’s Series Luncheon will provide an opportunity for members of the community to hear from Coach Ryan Day, and learn more about his mental wellness platform. The Event will provide an hour-long presentation from Coach Ryan Day, as well as a boxed lunch.
About the Professional Speakers Luncheon series
The Professional Speaker’s Luncheon appeals to the corporate community, focusing on enhancing professional development by featuring inspiring, motivational speakers. Held at the Union Street Clubhouse of the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester, this event attracts 220 business professionals from the greater Manchester community.
VIP/Meet & Greet: VIP Guests will receive early admission along with a special pre-lunch meet & greet with Ryan day at 11:30 a.m. VIP tickets are $100.
General Admission: General admission tickets will grant the attendee a boxed lunch, and access to the noontime keynote speaker event. General Admission tickets are $60 or $600 for a table of 10.
Tickets can be purchased online at: https://mbgcnh.org/news_and_events/luncheon
For more information about this event, please contact Katie Boyden at 603.625.5031 ext 228 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Boys & Girls Club of Manchester
The Boys & Girls Club of Manchester is one of the 53 founding organizations of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. The Manchester Club was incorporated in 1907 and currently has an annual membership of more than 2,600 children. The organization operates programs at three sites throughout the Greater Manchester area. For more information, visit mbgcnh.org.