Set inside the beautiful 900 N. Michigan building (Bloomingdales), the Top Golf Swing Suite provided a fantastic venue for the Sports Philanthropy Holiday Party in Downtown Chicago.
NCAA Under Full Attack as Aspen Institute hosts “Future of College Sports: Role of Government in Athlete Pay”
Set in their beautiful offices in Washington, D.C., the Aspen Institute hosted another in their series of “The Future of Sports”, this time with a focus on “The Role of Government in Athlete Pay.” Ultimately, the tranquil setting and high-level attendees did little to distract the participants from the ongoing drama surrounding anything the NCAA touches these days.
As the first wave of bitter cold hit the midwest, it might not have been the best night to have our Suburban Chicago Holiday event at Top Golf in Schaumburg. Nevertheless, it was a fun evening of food, golf and networking. We hope you will be able to join us at one of our upcoming events next week in Washington, DC or downtown Chicago.
Tune in for Episode 40 of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as our host Roy Kessel is joined by longtime Chicago Tribune sportswriter Fred Mitchell who is currently an adjunct professor at DePaul University as well as the Community Correspondent for the Chicago Blackhawks.
As College Football fans around the country keep an eye on the Conference Championships to see how that may impact their favorite team’s bowl destinations, the holiday party season is in full swing. We hope that you will join us for one of our upcoming holiday receptions in Chicago and in Washington, D.C. We look forward to meeting even more of you in 2020!!
We took time off yesterday to think about all of the things in our lives that we are thankful for. Food, shelter, clothing and all of the loved ones that care about us. Though many people had great meals, spent time with family and are off on a shopping spree today, we hope that you will continue to think about those people that can use help throughout the year.