The Impacts of Mentoring in the Business Community
Successful people never reach their goals alone. The theme of the evening will revolve around how mentorship is a phenomenon that no one is immune to and how its fundamental principles are applicable to not only the youth we serve but also the business community
The Evening Includes:
Reception: 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Take the opportunity to meet our keynote speaker, Anthony Marquart while enjoying complimentary appetizers. Take part in our raffle, silent auction and Wine Wall opportunity.
Dinner and Auction: 7:30 – 10:30
Enjoy dinner with a keynote from Anthony Marquart.
The evening will include live and silent auctions.
Corporate Tables of 8 are $1500.00
To book your corporate table, please contact Leah Barnard at email@example.com or by calling (306)757-3900 extension 2
Keynote Speaker – Anthony Marquart
Anthony Marquart is the President of Royalty Developments Ltd. A real estate development company headquartered and active in Regina. Anthony has been President since 2003. Developments include hotels, office buildings, shopping centres, residential buildings, and downtown, industrial and farmland.
Anthony is also the President of Queen City Sports & Entertainment Group Ltd., which last year purchased the Regina Pats Hockey Club. The Regina Pats are the oldest major junior hockey franchise in the world that have continuously operated from their original location. The team began operations in 1917 and is named after the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry during the First World War.
This history resonates throughout Canada as the coveted Memorial Cup was named to honour Canada’s First World War casualties. This proud franchise has appeared in fourteen (14) Memorial Cups with three (3) Memorial Cup championships in 1925, 1930 and 1974.
In addition to his real estate development and sports/entertainment efforts, over the past ten (10) years, Anthony has been an active volunteer board member of the Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, an organization committed to improving conditions for businesses and those who work, shop, live and play in downtown Regina.
As well, Anthony has also given back to the community by donating both his time and profits to charities, schools and organizations that embody the true spirit of making the city of Regina, province of Saskatchewan and society as a whole, a better place.
Anthony and his wife Nanette have four children, Kenneth, Mila, Vianne and Colin.