The WNBA Atlanta Dream announced today that it will host an Inspiring Women: Dads & Daughters Brunch on Sunday, June 21, at the Marriott Marquis Atlanta prior to the team’s Father’s Day game against New York. The brunch will take place from 12:30-2:15 p.m. ET in advance of the 3 p.m. game against the Liberty.
The brunch will feature as its keynote speaker Antonio Davis, a former NBA playerand current ESPN NBA analyst. The program will also include a pair of panels – one comprised of dads and the other of daughters. The program is part of the Dream’s Inspiring Women E.N.E.R.G.Y. Seminar Series platform, which supports one of the Dream’s primary objectives of empowering women. The 2015 E.N.E.R.G.Y. Seminar Series is presented by The Coca-Cola Company and launched in May with the “How to Build Your Brand” seminar with Wendy Clark as the keynote speaker.
“We are proud to celebrate the special bond between girls and the father figures in their lives with this unique program as part of our Inspiring Women platform,” said Dream President and General Manager Angela Taylor. “We want to honor the fathers, grandfathers, uncles and/or male figures in the lives of girls and women for the role they have played in supporting, empowering, and educating their daughters. We look forward to providing an experience that will create special memories to cherish for years to come, while also educating participants on how they can strengthen and enhance their relationships even further.”
Packages are available for purchase that include:
* Two tickets to the brunch
* Two tickets to the game against the Liberty
* Two Dads & Daughters t-shirts
* Two rally flags
* Parking at Philips Arena
* Complimentary shuttle to the brunch and to the game
* A group photo with a collectible frame
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