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Ivey Sports Leadership Conference’s Keynote Event (Sportsnet & HNIC)
Submitted By Brady Parr on Wednesday, January 8, 2020
The Ivey School of Business is hosting an exciting event this Friday Jan 10. The Keynote Event, Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada’s Christine Simpson, Elliotte Friedman, David Amber, and Harnarayan Singh will all be in attendance at BMO Auditorium at Ivey School of Business at Western University this Friday, January 10th at 5:30PM.  

Topics of discussion will include “Hockey and Canadian Culture: A Look Ahead,” the future of hockey in Canada. We’re extremely excited for this event as it is a great opportunity for the local community to connect with a compelling panel of media personalities in the sports industry about such an important and culturally relevant topic.

 
special offer of $25 including taxes has been made exclusive for the HAWKS players, parents, coaches, and staff in your community. Simply use the promo code below when registering.
 
HAWKS10
 
The link to input the promo code and purchase tickets can be found here: https://www.universe.com/events/ivey-sports-leadership-conference-keynote-tickets-london-QZ1PN3
 
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