Entrepreneur Louis Upkins Jr. to speak Oct. 25 at Breakfast With the Mayors

//Entrepreneur Louis Upkins Jr. to speak Oct. 25 at Breakfast With the Mayors

Entrepreneur Louis Upkins Jr. to speak Oct. 25 at Breakfast With the Mayors

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Final event in 2016 series, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners

Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will host 2016’s last Franklin Tomorrow Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, with guest speaker, Louis Upkins Jr.

Louis Upkins Jr.

Louis Upkins Jr.

Entrepreneur, leadership consultant, author and speaker. Upkins works to move people from idea creation to innovation and manifestation ‒ living intentionally in a nutshell. His life’s mission is to help all people find the purpose that is so instrumental in making individuals and companies successful, and then put that purpose into a tangible plan of action. He’s committed to this mission because he knows the joy and harmony that purposeful living can bring – in business, personal life, education and sports.

He’s confident intentional life planning has the potential to create not just any smile, but a confident one: a smile that speaks of a life lived completely. Upkins is a leader to leaders, and author of “Treat Me Like A Customer,” which will be the theme of his Oct. 25 appearance.

To RSVP for the free event, follow this link.

Breakfast will begin at 7 a.m., with the program start at 7:45 a.m.  There is no cost to attend Breakfast With the Mayors, thanks to our generous partners, which include Williamson Medical Center; Williamson County Association of REALTORS: Tennessee Equine Hospital; Patterson Hardee & Ballentine, CPAs; Andrews Cadillac; Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant; Royal Cup Coffee; and the Williamson Herald.

Louis Upkins, Jr.

Entrepreneur, leadership consultant, author and speaker. Upkins works to move people from idea creation to innovation and manifestation ‒ living intentionally in a nutshell. His life’s mission is to help all people find the purpose that is so instrumental in making individuals and companies successful, and then put that purpose into a tangible plan of action. He’s committed to this mission because he knows the joy and harmony that purposeful living can bring – in business, personal life, education and sports.

He’s confident intentional life planning has the potential to create not just any smile, but a confident one: a smile that speaks of a life lived completely.

Upkins is a leader to leaders, and author of Treat Me Like A Customer, Upkins is an entrepreneur having spent most of his career in branding and marketing. Committed to bringing ideas to life, Upkins has worked with some of the largest names in a variety of industries, across the board, from professional sports and entertainment outlets and personalities to Fortune 500 companies and celebrities. To name a few: Oprah, Starbucks, Product (RED), The Olympic Games, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, The Kings of Comedy Tour (Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer and Bernie Mac), Luther Vandross, UPS, Cracker Barrel, Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, O’Charley’s, Burger King, McDonalds, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, Fleetguard.

His products have been featured in many prominent, influential national publications such as Time, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and People.

Today he is a strategic advisor to many and utilizes his gifts through coaching companies, executives and their families to live completely.

Upkins is the founder of Leadership Sports, which marries the worlds of the professional athletes to the corporate space, is on the NASBA, Friends of Warner Parks Board, Best Buddies and YMCA Executive Board, Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation and has served on the advisory boards of the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee, Leadership Middle Tennessee, New Hope Academy and the Nashville Chamber Public Benefit Foundation.

In May 2007, Upkins served as Co-Chairman of the highly successful Luis Palau Nashville Cityfest, which was attended by over 100,000 people at Nashville’s riverfront.

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