Former Pistons Guard Chauncey Billups has been named the keynote speaker for the 39th Annual Sports Breakfast hosted by the Boy Scouts on April 14. The event will take place at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado and the doors will open at 6 a.m. to prepare for the breakfast to begin 7 a.m. The Denver area Boy Scouts of America are extremely pleased and excited to have such a big name speak at their annual function, in addition to other sports personalities, coaches, and amateur players. Prices start at $2,500 for a table of five people to represent an organization or company, and rates that go higher than that will receive addition benefits such as one of the personalities sitting at the table with your people. It is going to be a great event for sports lovers, especially ones that can appreciate some home grown players like Billups.
The 2004 NBA Champion attended and played for the University of Colorado before being drafted to the Boston Celtics in 1998. He spent nearly 17 years playing for a number of NBA teams, including doing a couple terms with the Denver Nuggets right in his home state. Billups is a five-time NBA All-Star and two-time gold medal champion of the FIBA tournaments in 2007 and 2010 where he played on the United States national team. The former point guard and shooting guard was also the winner of the NBA Shooting Stars and the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award.
The Boy Scouts’ breakfast is already in the 39th year of having this event and it has always proved to be a fun and successful way to raise funds for their organization. This year, having Billups as the key speaker is sure to draw in many sponsors and local businesses, as he will talk about his career in basketball and other positive topics.
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