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MAJOR SEAN QUINLAN

USMC (Retired) & Former North High Football Coach

Thursday, April 18

SERVANT LEADERSHIP

Major Sean Quinlan held 300 college, high school, and junior football coaches spellbound as he walked them through his plan on how to build a championship team. He utilized his personal anecdotes laced with quotes and stories to deliver an impacting challenge to everyone present. As a leader of marines in dealing with life-threatening situations, he blended vision and leadership with a practical timeline to get his men to achieve a goal. The Major was both motivational and inspirational in his message … His message, his delivery, and his thoughtful quotes of leaders past and present make this a must for aspiring achievers.

– Larry Kindbom, Football Coach, Washington University, St. Louis

Seating is Limited
Advanced Registration Recommended!

Building up men to be better husbands, fathers, leaders at work and leaders in the community.

Come have lunch with friends, make new connections, and listen to a successful, dynamic speaker tell his story addressing the challenges all men face – the balance of life, family, and career.

When

Thursday, Apr. 18th
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
(Doors open at 11 am)

Where

Holiday Inn Downtown
at Mercy Campus
1050 6th Avenue, Des Moines
Top of the Tower

Cost

Lunch and Speaker
$20.00 (Pre-Registration)
$25.00 (@ Event)

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