AICC Canada is a successful region within AICC International having a dedicated and involved membership, past, current and future. We are encouraged by strong leadership of successful companies in the industry and as such promote bringing these individuals together. On behalf of AICC Canada and the board of directors, we would like to invite you and your colleagues to attend our 12th President’s Luncheon.

Date
Friday December 3, 2021

Time and Place
11:00 a.m | St. George’s Golf & Country Club

This year we are pleased to feature SAMI JO SMALL, Olympian and Keynote Speaker who will give a motivational speak on “It’s Not About The Medal” 

Sami Jo is a 3 time Olympian (2 golds, 1 silver) A graduate of Stanford University in Mechanical Engineering, she now works full time as a professional speaker (Certified Speaking Professional) delivering a message on how to build successful teams as well as successful teammates. Her message is about incredible success and facing one’s feelings about failure. She co-founded the Canadian Women’s Hockey League where she was recently the General Manager of the women’s professional hockey team, the Toronto Furies. She also recently published her first book, a memoir, The Role I Played – Canada’s Greatest Olympic Hockey Team and launched her new Podcast, “Sami Jo’s Podcast” on the Sport Illustrated/Hockey News platform. Sami Jo is originally from Winnipeg, but now lives in Mississauga with her husband, Billy Bridges, 5 time Paralympic sledge hockey player.

We hope you will join in to celebrate our past and help cultivate the future of our Association.

Pricing

$125 per person

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Sponsorships

By becoming an event sponsor, your business will gain invaluable exposure to our membership!

Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Speaker Sponsor $1,500
  • Silent Sponsor $ 1,000
  • Silent Sponsor $750
  • Silent Sponsor $ 500
  • Silent Sponsor $250
  • Silent Sponsor $ 150

For more information about sponsorship(s), contact Renee Annis, at rannis@aiccbox.ca or 833-200-8333

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