E49 First Friday Breakfast
You are invited!
Please join us November 6th for the E49 First Friday Breakfast from 7:30-9:00am at Suite 2:10. Our breakfast is a great time of networking and sharing Kingdom building strategies as we hear from guest speaker, Warren Smith, President of Sacramento Republic Football Club and former Executive Vice President of the Sacramento River Cats.
*Please note that November's Breakfast will be a opportunity for us to help girls from the Sacramento Area who have been exploited and or homeless. We are asking all who attend to bring an item from the list below.
Adult size socks
Gift cards to Target or Walmart
Don't miss this great opportunity for local businesses, non-profits, and faith leaders to engage and connect with one another while we serve our community.
Please join us!
Warren Smith is the President of Sacramento Republic Football Club. He founded the club in 2012 in hopes to bring the “world’s sport” of soccer to the Sacramento region.
In 2014, Smith was awarded the USL Executive of the Year Award and was named the Sacramento Executive of the Year by the Sacramento Business Journal. Prior to launching Republic FC, Smith most recently served as the Senior Vice President of Clean World Partners. After founding the company in 2009, Smith led the Clean World Partners, as its CEO, in acquiring the exclusive licensing rights to an innovative anaerobic digestion technology invented at UC Davis where he is an alumnus. Smith led the company through a strategic acquisition by Synergex Ventures and currently serves on the company’s Board of Directors.
Smith has also served as the Executive Vice President of the Sacramento River Cats Triple-A baseball club. Smith led the grassroots efforts to build Raley Field, to acquire the Vancouver Canadians Triple-A baseball franchise and relocate them to the area as the Sacramento River Cats.
He successfully negotiated all the agreements and entitlements required in the land acquisition for Raley Field and led the financing effort for the stadium development, which included the largest naming rights partnership in minor league baseball. Additionally, Smith led River City Baseball Group through a joint-venture agreement with Savage Baseball Group that led to Raley Field’s construction and the Sacramento River Cats moving to West Sacramento, California.
Smith started his career in technology sales as a National Account Representative for Cellular One Communications and AT&T Wireless Services. Smith serves on the Board of Directors for the Sacramento Convention and Visitors Bureau, Advisory Board for the Salvation Army and is Co-Chairman and a member of the Board for the Powerhouse Science Center.