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Longs Peak Council

Boy Scouts of America

Larimer Leadership Breakfast

Event: The Larimer Leadership Breakfast benefits the local, Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America, serving the communities of Loveland, Fort Collins and Windsor. Over 2,800 youth participate in Scouting in these communities.

Goal of the Larimer Leadership Breakfast: $95,000

Breakfast Details: Thursday, March 27, 7:00am-8:30am at the Embassy Suites in Loveland

Sponsorship Levels:


  • Title Sponsor: $10,000: Includes: 2 Tables of 10 seats, 10 VIP reception passes, Recognition on all media/print, projection of your logo/name during event, recognition by chairman at event.

  • Platinum Sponsor: $5,000 - Includes: 2 Tables of 10 seats, 5 VIP reception passes, projection of your logo/name during event.

  • Gold Sponsor: $2,500 - Includes: 1 Table of 10 seats, 2 VIP reception passes, projection of your logo/name during event.

  • Silver Sponsor: $1,500 - Includes: 1 Table of 10 seats, projection of your logo/name during event.

For Sponsorship and Additional Information, Contact:

Kelly Moll, Development Director, 970-584-2211 or kelly.moll@scouting.org

Larimer Breakfast Fact Sheet
Jim Davidson

Keynote Speaker: Jim Davidson

Topic: Rally Your Resilience

Speaker Bio: Jim Davidson has 30 years experience as a high altitude mountain climber. He has summited the sixth highest peak in the world (Cho Oyu at 26,906 feet in Tibet.) Jim has climbed and led expeditions to Alaska, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Mexico & Nepal. Jim is a renowned motivational speaker and though his principles of resilience, you'll learn to harness inner strength and rebound from setbacks. As a youth, Jim was a Cub Scout and Boy Scout. Scouting has helped him embark on a lifetime of wilderness adventures.

Longs Peak Council Background:

The Longs Peak Council currently serves over 10,000 youth through the positive leadership of 4,500 adult volunteers in 25 counties in northern Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska. The Longs Peak Council was first chartered in 1924 and has impacted over 1 million youth over its rich 90 year history.

Longs Peak Council Mission:

It is the mission of the Longs Peak Council, Boy Scouts of America to develop character, competence, integrity and leadership in today's youth through quality programs, outdoor experiences, and service to community.