Stock Market Championship® 2017

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UpcomingStock Market Championship® 2017

UpcomingStock Market Championship® 2017

  • Stock Market Championship® 2017
    November 16, 2017
    5:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Event Phone: 402-342-1600

We’re celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Boys & Girls Clubs Stock Market Championship® and want you to join the excitement as a sponsor.

During this real-life stock market simulation, you will compete against more than 50, four-person, teams from the area’s business community and a select group of Boys & Girls Clubs members. Your team will buy, sell and trade fictional stock from local and national companies as you vie for the title of “Stock Market Champion” in a realistic, computer based simulation on a trading floor that includes dinner, drinks, dessert and fun.

This event is a culmination of our Money Matters financial literacy, college readiness, math and scholarship programs that allows for a rewarding and competitive capstone to their participation in programs and the recognition of a talent for finance that Club members might not know they had otherwise.

Price Qty*
PARTNERING Sponsor - $25,000 show details + $25,000.00 (USD)  
EDUCATION Sponsor - $15,000 show details + $15,000.00 (USD)  
BLUE CHIP Sponsor - $10,000 show details + $10,000.00 (USD)  
TECHNOLOGY Sponsor - $7,500 show details + $7,500.00 (USD)  
BULL Sponsor - $5,000 show details + $5,000.00 (USD)  
BEAR Sponsor - $2,500 show details + $2,500.00 (USD)  
TEAM Sponsor - $1,000 show details + $1,000.00 (USD)  
EXTRAS - Ten Hot Stock Tips show details + $100.00 (USD)  

Location

Venue:  

Address:
1001 Cass Street, Omaha, Nebraska, 68102, United States


My life and my family's foundation was established at the Boys Clubs back in the late 60's. My mother believed in what the Club meant in our lives and I will celebrate my 35th year in the Movement this year. I am so honored to have learned from the some of the best men around…Bill Hinckley, Tom Davis, Ike Snell, Dwight Day, Fred Schott, Don Preister, Maurice Lambert, Lonnie McIntosh, Walter Henderson, Wayne Houston and Bob Solonynka.