Catapult Groups to Host Member/Guest Luncheon in Phoenix

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Event will introduce potential members to the concept of a CEO mastermind group

Phoenix, AZ, August 19, 2014 –Catapult Groups, a peer advisory firm for CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs will host a Member/Guest Luncheon on Thursday, September 4, 2014 from 10:30am-noon.

The ninety-minute luncheon will be led by Phoenix-based Group Leader, Fred Kroin, and is designed to showcase the benefits of belonging to an executive peer advisory group. The event is open to CEOs, company Presidents, Managing Partners, and business owners who are: seeking to profitably handle rapid growth, preparing for an equity event, preparing for succession, or looking for a network of like-minded executives who are facing similar strategic and operational challenges. Lunch will be provided and guests are invited to stay for the afternoon presentation by Jason Lavin, an SEO/SEM specialist.

The event will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott in North Scottsdale: 17010 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85255.Reservations must be made in advance. Admission to the event is free. For more information, or to register, contact Ashleigh Henry at 855-752-8624 ext. 205, visit our website at or email

Fred Kroin brings over thirty years of experience in Operations, Sales Management, and Information Technology to his role as Group Leader. Kroin has led management teams through start-up, growth management and turnaround challenges yielding substantially improved bottom-line results. Prior to joining Catapult Groups, he was a strategy consultant and facilitator of executive leadership development workshops.

Catapult Groups is a peer advisory firm for CEOs, business owners, and entrepreneurs based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Catapult Groups members are CEOs, business owners, managing partners and other high-level executives who meet once a month in groups of 12 – 14 members, each from non-competing industries, to share knowledge and challenge one another to make decisions that grow their business.

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