Jim Collins Access Fund Benefit

Jim Collins, business management scholar, best-selling author of "Good to Great", avid rock climber, and long-time Access Fund member, will share a special lecture prepared exclusively for this event: “Leadership Lessons of a Rock Climber”.
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The Access Fund invites you to a very special event. Jim Collins, business management scholar, best-selling author of "Good to Great", avid rock climber, and long-time Access Fund member, will share a special lecture prepared exclusively for this event: “Leadership Lessons of a Rock Climber”.

Jim is the country's foremost business management scholar and speaks to sold out crowds from coast to coast. Because of his passion for climbing and belief in the mission of the Access Fund, he's offered this event to the Access Fund free of charge. There are only 100 seats available for this intimate fundraiser with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the Access Fund.

Please join us, for this is a rare opportunity!
www.accessfund.org/JimCollins

Denver Botanic Gardens, Gates Hall
909 York St Denver, CO 80206

The Evening of Friday, June 30th
6-7:00 pm Cocktail and hors d'oeuvres
7:00 pm Dinner
7:45 pm Lecture by Jim Collins
8:45 pm Closing Remarks

Buffet dinner and drinks will be served

Attire: Business Casual

Tickets start at $500 *tax deductible

Only 100 seats available. Please RSVP by June 12th. www.accessfund.org/JimCollins

contact Whitney Self at (303) 545-6772 x113, whitney@accessfund.org with questions.

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