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Launching CITY GALA 2018 – For Project:NOW Initiative

Dale Godboldo

What an EXTRAORDINARY night!! My Project:NOW initiative held our first campaign rally for CITY GALA 2018 in Newport Beach, CA at the Lincoln Experience Center, with a packed house of socially conscience leaders in business and philanthropy! With over 200 guests, we highlighted the work of Project:NOW and 3 of our other City Gala beneficiaries: Conscious Capitalism,Brilliant Futures Foundation, and the Firelife Foundation. We also held a special screening of Henning Morales’ “Dirt Merchants,” and had a chance to hear from Inc. Magazine contributor, Tracy Leigh Hazzard.

Our City Gala Campaign Rallies are free events produced throughout the year, and around the country, in the run-up to the evening of the post-OSCARS event. The purpose of these rallies is to educate and inspire our network, and activate and expand our global community of supporters.
A very special thank you to Ryan Long, founder and…

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Launching our CITY SUMMIT 2018

Dale Godboldo

WOW! What an incredible experience at the launch party for our CITY SUMMIT 2018!! A 3-day experience that brought together some of the most extraordinary leaders in business and entertainment, including the founder of Priceline.com and the former Executive Producer of Oprah Winfrey Network!

The City Summit was created for the sole purpose of assisting entrepreneurs in growing your project(s), expanding your network, and supporting your desire for more knowledge in business. This Summit is a world class, socially conscious business acceleration experience and the value is priceless!

Attendees learned business techniques, strategies, and advice from GIANTS in business. They taught Investment Strategies, Marketing, Operations, Wealth Managements, Innovation, Corporate Culture, and more!! 

I’m so proud of the work done by founder Ryan Long, my long-time business partner Kuo Yang, and the entire team at City Summit.

>> On 9/6 & 9/7: At the Universal Sheraton we featured Socially Conscience…

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