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Mark Cuban AgentOwner of the Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban has been announced as the keynote speaker for the Fantasy Sports Trade Association Winter Conference that is happening on January 20 in the Omni Dallas Hotel main ballroom in Dallas, Texas. The FSTA Conference Chair Stacie Stern has stated that she and all of the staff who put on the event couldn’t be happier that Cuban is willing to come and speak at the event as his success in business and passion for sports makes him a perfect fit for a keynoter. Cuban is expected to make very intelligent and relevant comments on a variety of topics and is without doubt going to give a lot of great and inspiring advice to the attendees.

The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native has always been a excellent entrepreneur, even during his childhood years, and by 1990 he sold his first computer company called MicroSolutions and became a millionaire. Throughout the years he has taken part in many other business ventures and purchased the Dallas Mavericks, as he is a avid sports and basketball fan. In addition to that, Cuban is also widely recognized for his participation in ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank” since 2010. Each year several starter and small businesses pitch their companies and ideas to the “sharks” on the show in hopes to strike a deal with one of them as an investor, which Cuban has done quite a few times over the past few seasons.

Cuban will be the keynote speaker at next year’s 2016 FSTA Winter Conference that is happening in Dallas, Texas on January 20. It should be a very successful event as many people are looking forward to hear what the entrepreneur has to say on a few different subjects.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a successful businessman and team owner like Mark Cuban or other sports celebrities for a Keynote Speech, Autograph Signing, Guest Appearance, or Basketball Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

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