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HCA/TriStar Health Lifesaver Breakfast Nashville

  • Nashville Area - HCA/TriStar Health Lifesaver Breakfast
     

Monday

April 04, 2016

Time:
7:30AM - 8:30AM

Location:
Music City Center
201 5th Avenue, South
Nashville, Tennessee 37203

The Tennessee Region of the American Red Cross is pleased to announce Denver Broncos quarterback, Peyton Manning, the NFL’s only five-time Most Valuable Player and a 14-time Pro Bowl selection, as this year’s keynote speaker for the HCA/TriStar Health Lifesaver Breakfast. The event will take place on Monday, April 4, at 7:30 a.m. at the Music City Center in downtown Nashville.

Each year, the Lifesaver Breakfast hosts Nashville’s most influential business and community leaders, sharing the mission of the American Red Cross and raising the financial resources necessary to provide their core humanitarian services.

This year’s breakfast will include the theme “2-Minute Warning”, a common term in the NFL when two minutes of game time remain on the game clock in each half, and, the amount of time fire experts agree people may have to escape a burning home before it’s too late.

For general inquiries, please contact Jitka Pilar at Jitka.Pilar@redcross.org or at 615.250.4288

For media inquiries, please contact Sarah Basel at Sarah.Basel@redcross.org or at 615.250.4285

For sponsorship inquiries, please contact Whitney Lee at Whitney.Lee@redcross.org or at 615.250.4262


Keynote Speaker

Peyton Manning

HCA/TriStar Health Lifesaver Breakfast - Keynote Speaker Peyton Manning

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, the NFL’s only five-time Most Valuable Player and a 14-time Pro Bowl selection, has earned his place among the greatest quarterbacks in league history as the active leader in nearly every statistical passing category.

Since entering the NFL in 1998 with the Indianapolis Colts as the first overall draft pick, Manning has thrown the most touchdown passes (530) in league history in addition to ranking second all-time in wins by a quarterback (179), completions (5,927) and passing yards (69,691).

Named a first-team All-Pro selection by the Associated Press on seven occasions, Manning owns more postseason berths (14) and 300-yard passing games (91) than any quarterback in NFL history. A native of New Orleans, he was named the No. 1 greatest athlete to hail from the state of Louisiana by The Times-Picayune.

In each of his three seasons with Denver, Manning has led the Broncos to an AFC West Division title and a first-round playoff bye. During that time, he ranks first in the NFL in regular-season wins (38), passing touchdowns (131) and completion percentage (67.7).

Manning compiled the best statistical season by a quarterback in NFL history during the 2013 campaign, setting single-season records for passing yards (5,477) and touchdown passes (55). He led the most prolific offense in NFL history as the Broncos set a league single-season record for points scored (606) while extending his NFL record with his fifth MVP award from the Associated Press.

Named 2013 Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated, Manning’s season ended with a trip to Super Bowl XLVIII, making him only the third quarterback in NFL history to lead multiple teams to a Super Bowl.

In his first year with the Broncos in 2012—and after missing the entire 2011 campaign with a neck injury—Manning finished as the Associated Press NFL Comeback Player of the Year and runner-up for the league’s MVP.

During his first 14 NFL seasons with the Colts, Manning set club records in nearly every career passing category. He led the franchise to its first World Championship in 36 years during the 2006 season, earning MVP honors in the Colts’ 29-17 win over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI.

During his time at the University of Tennessee, Manning epitomized the term “student-athlete.” He claimed 43 records at the school, conference and national levels while graduating with Phi Beta Kappa honors.

He led Tennessee to an SEC Championship as a senior in 1997 and earned consensus All-America honors. Following his senior season, Manning was honored with the Sullivan Award for the nation’s top amateur athlete based on character, leadership, athletic ability and the ideals of amateurism.

Manning attended Isidore Newman High School in New Orleans, where he was named Gatorade Circle of Champions National Player of the Year and Columbus (Ohio) Touchdown Club National Offensive Player of the Year as a senior.

For his actions off the field, Manning was honored as the recipient of the Byron “Whizzer” White Humanitarian Award and the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year in 2005 as well as the Bart Starr Award in 2015.

Manning serves as a member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet and The Pat Summit Foundation Advisory Board. He and his wife, Ashley, established the PeyBack Foundation in 1999 to promote the future success of disadvantaged youth by assisting programs that provide leadership and growth opportunities for children at risk.

The PeyBack Foundation has provided more than $10 million of impact to at-risk youth through its grants and programs since its inception.

Manning continues to maintain a strong relationship with St. Vincent’s Children’s Hospital (Indianapolis), which in 2007 was renamed the “Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent.”

Manning’s father, Archie, was an All-American at the University of Mississippi in 1969 and 1970 and had a 14-year playing career in the NFL with New Orleans (1971-82), Houston (1982-83) and Minnesota (1983-84). His brother, Eli, also attended Ole Miss and was named the MVP of Super Bowls XLII and XLVI with the New York Giants.

Peyton Williams Manning was born on March 24, 1976, in New Orleans. He and Ashley have twins—a boy and a girl, Marshall Williams and Mosley Thompson.

Event Committee

Event Chairpersons:

HCA/TriStar Health Lifesaver Breakfast - Event Chairpersons Jan and Harry Jacobson

Jan and Harry Jacobson

The Jacobsons have had tremendous impact in our community and beyond with their charitable involvement with several worthy non-profit organizations including the Family Foundation Fund, Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Shoot for the Future, and Hospital Hospitality House. They have also opened their home to many other charities.

Dr. Jacobson is Chairman of MedCare Investment Funds and a founding partner of TriStar Technology Ventures. He is former Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs at Vanderbilt University and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC). He serves on the boards of several of MedCare’s portfolio companies as well as Ingram Industries. Dr. Jacobson is also past Chairman of the Board of the Nashville Health Care Council.

Among her many community service projects, Jan Jacobson has relished her role as a mother and grandmother. She is a former board member of Currey Ingram Academy and has been involved in many special charitable projects in collaboration with her husband.

Committee Members

  • Cristina Allen
  • Joe Crace
  • Bob Davis
  • Tony Grubbs
  • Chip Hoback
  • Rob Hoskins
  • Cynthia Howard
  • Diane Janbakhsh
  • Kari Johnson
  • Brad Lampley
  • Cathy Lewandowski
  • Roland Lundy
  • Doug Mathews
  • Laura and Steve Morris
  • Steve Nelson
  • Cheryl Read
  • Peter Rousos
  • Barry Smith
  • Vicki Smith
  • Kim Thornton
  • Dr. Philip A. Wenk
  • Gary Wilson
  • Jennifer Wolcott

Event Sponsors

Title Sponsor

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Legacy Sponsor

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MVP Sponsors

Jan and Harry Jacobson

Tennessee - Lifesaver Breakfast Sponsors
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Robin and Richard Patton


Presenting Sponsors

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SMS Holdings – logo

Supporting Sponsors

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CHS – logo
Deloitte – logo
Ernst & Young – logo
First Tennessee Foundation
Jack Herr & Associates
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LBMC – logo
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Pinnacle – logo
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Susan and Greg Lanigan

SunTrust Bank – logo
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Event Sponsors

Ajax Turner Company

Ardent Health Services

Burr & Forman

Cardiovascular Care Group

Covenant Surgical Partners

Earl Swensson Associates

Enterprise Solutions

FirstBank

Inner Design Studio

Lipman Brothers, LLC

Lipscomb University

Metro Nashville Airport Authority

Outpatient Imaging Affiliates

Parallon Business Solutions

Purity Foundation

Regions Bank

Riley, Warnock & Jacobson, PLC

Rogers Group

Tennessee Oncology

Tennessee Titans

Tri Star Energy

UPS

VACO

Catherine and Gary Wilson


Media Partners

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Ready365 Regional Platinum Sponsor

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TVA  - logo

Sponsorship Opportunities

Lifesaver Breakfast Sponsorship Opportunities

In its 14th year, the American Red Cross Lifesaver Breakfast brings together community and business leaders in Nashville to learn about and celebrate the service of the American Red Cross. The Lifesaver Breakfast will be held on Monday, April 4, 2016, and is the Red Cross’ largest fundraising event with the highest visibility for corporate partners.

Opportunities for your company to align with this event are available through sponsorships listed below:

$25,000 Presenting Sponsorship
  • 1 VIP group photo with keynote speaker, Peyton Manning for your table guests
  • Inclusion in event’s press release
  • Company name and logo on printed invitation sent to all guests (if received by January 31st)
  • Cover logo recognition and company highlight in breakfast program
  • Logo placement in pre and post event NBJ advertisement
  • Company name, logo and link on chapter’s breakfast web page
  • Company name placed in rotation on the American Red Cross electronic sign located on
  • Charlotte Avenue, thanking them for their generous support. Impressions per day: 1,515
  • Company name and logo displayed on large screen at event
  • Inclusion in Lifesaver Breakfast Feature in chapter e-newsletter
  • Two tables for a total of 20 guests
  • Inclusion in the Lifesaver Breakfast Social Media Strategy

$10,000 Supporting Sponsorship
  • Company name and logo on printed invitation sent to all guests (if received by January 31st)
  • Company logo placement in breakfast program
  • Company logo placement in pre and post event NBJ advertisement
  • Company logo on chapter’s breakfast web page
  • Company name placed in rotation on the American Red Cross electronic sign located on
  • Charlotte Avenue, thanking them for their generous support. Impressions per day: 1,515
  • Company name and logo displayed on large screen at the event
  • One table for 10 guests
  • Inclusion in the Lifesaver Breakfast Social Media Strategy
$5,000 Event Sponsorship
  • Company name printed on invitation sent to all guests (if received by January 31st)
  • Company name listed in breakfast program
  • Name listed in post-event thank you NBJ advertisement, program and website
  • Company name listed on chapter’s breakfast web page
  • One table for 10 guests