Peake Media Events | 2017 Box Pro Leadership Summit
The 2017 Box Pro Leadership Summit is an exclusive peer collaboration event that brings together Affiliates and select sponsors for two days of roundtable discussions, networking and unique experiences in Philadelphia, PA.
2017 Box Pro Leadership Summit
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2017 Box Pro Leadership Summit

October 24 – 26, 2017 in Philadelphia, PA!


The Box Pro Leadership Summit is an exclusive peer collaboration event that brings together Affiliates and select sponsors for two days of roundtable discussions, networking and unique experiences.


With a commitment to educating and empowering Affiliates, The Box Pro Leadership Summit will provide expertise, insights and experiences that will be a valuable part of your box now and in the future.


Forty Affiliates and fifteen sponsors will come together for open discussion in a fun and relaxing environment. Experience practical sessions and roundtables devoted to helping you build your Affiliate business.


The Box Pro Leadership Summit will be held at Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing Oct. 24-26, 2017.


The cost to attend is $995. This includes the following items: Your two-night stay at Hilton Philadelphia Penn’s Landing (hotel fees and taxes included), all food and beverages during event times, all event activities, inclusion in six educational roundtable topics over two days. *Special rates available for 2 attendees staying in the same room or for attendees not needing a hotel room.


Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017


5:30 pm EST

Welcome Reception in the Columbus Ballroom


6:30 – 7:30 pm

Dinner in the Columbus Room


7:30 – 9:30 pm

Improv Class hosted by

Comedy Sportz Philadelphia

Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017


6:30 – 7:30 am

Morning WOD complimentary to attendees at Fearless Athletics/CrossFit Penn’s Landing
Sponsored by Torque Fitness


8 – 9:30 am

Networking Breakfast

9:30 am – 12 pm

Roundtable Topics: 

Money Talk: Financial Strategic Planning is a Must
Sponsored by


Developing Coaching Virtuosity — Hiring & Training the Best


12 – 1:15 pm



1:15 – 3:30 pm

Roundtable Topics:

Marketing & Brand Development in the Digital Media Age
Sponsored by 97Display


Hosting Events Like a Boss
Sponsored by



3:30 – 4:30 pm

Demo Hour: Learn about Sponsors Products and Services


6 – 9 pm

Elite Yacht Private Dinner Cruise on the Delaware River

Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017


8 – 9 am

Networking Breakfast


9 – 11:15 am

Roundtable Topics:

Force Yourself to Care About Risk Management


Can Nutrition Coaching Create a Profit Center for Your Box?
Sponsored by Primal Health Coach


11:15 am – 12 pm

Networking Lunch – Thank you for coming!


The energy and excitement in Louisville during Derby season is palpable. The city comes to life as spectators from around the globe make their way to the twin spires of Churchill Downs. From the horses and hats to the juleps and jockeys,
The Run for the Roses is an experience like no other.

Derby History

The Kentucky Derby is a Grade 1 stakes race for three-year old Thoroughbreds held annually at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky on the first Saturday in May. The race is one and a quarter miles and is known around the world as “The Greatest Two Minutes In Sports.” It is also called “The Run for the Roses” for the blanket of roses draped over the winner. It is the oldest continuously held sporting event in North America boasting over 150,000 in attendees from around the world.

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The Kentucky Derby is the first leg of the Triple Crown and is followed by the Preakness Stakes, then the Belmont Stakes. A horse must win all three races to win the Triple Crown. Unlike the Preakness and Belmont Stakes, the Kentucky Derby has been run every consecutive year since 1875 and attendance ranks first in North America surpassing attendance of all other stakes races.


The Leadership Summit attendees will be attending the 141st Running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 2, 2015.

Churchill Downs

Churchill Downs officially opened in 1875 and is a Thoroughbred racetrack most famous for hosting the Kentucky Derby. In 1875 Churchill Downs hosted the first Kentucky Derby and the first Kentucky Oaks. Churchill Downs has also hosted the renowned Breeder’s Cup on eight occasions, most recently in 2011.

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Churchill Downs is one of the most historic sports and entertainment venues in the United States with live racing in April, May, June, July and November. Attendance at Churchill Downs continuously records the highest totals in North American thoroughbred racing.


In 2009, the 135th running of the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks drew more than 250,00 fans. The Kentucky Derby annually races at “sell-out” capacity.

Derby Traditions

In addition to the Kentucky Derby a number of traditions play a large role in the atmosphere. The Mint Julep is an iced drink consisting of bourbon, mint and sugar syrup. It is the traditional beverage of the race. The historic drink can be served in an ice-frosted silver julep cup, however, most Churchill Downs patrons sip from souvenir glasses (first offered in 1939 and are available in revised form each year) printed with all previous Derby winners. Also, burgoo, a thick stew of beef, chicken, pork and vegetables, is a popular Kentucky dish server at Derby.

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The Kentucky Oaks known as “Lilies for the Fillies” is held annually on Friday before the Kentucky Derby. The phrase “Lilies for the Fillies” is a representation of the official flower of the Oaks, the stargazer lily. The majestic flower was chosen to represent the race of the ladies for its femininity and strength, the traits that represent a strong, classy Southern lady. Its bright pink color has also been made a fashion statement and brand for the Oaks. Oaks Day is all about the ladies, including a “PINK OUT!” so wear something that has pink in it.


The Kentucky Derby is a place of high fashion. Arguably more important than your whole outfit, is what you top it off with – your Derby hat. Your choice of hat should be the centerpiece of your outfit, whether it be sleek and modern or fancy and feminine. Historically, the bigger and bolder, the better. When it comes to hats for men, don’t try to outshine the women. Go for a straw boater or white Panama dress hat that accentuates your suit’s style.



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