World Famous Skateboarder & Entrepreneur Tony Hawk Joins Nightclub & Bar Show as Keynote Speaker

Nightclub & Bar Show and Tony Hawk

Legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk is set to keynote on The Assent of an Unlikely CEO at the 2015 Nightclub & Bar Show on Wednesday, April 1st.  Currently running one of the most acclaimed action sports companies, a clothing line, and the biggest selling action sports video game series in gaming history, Tony has turned his skateboarding career into a global empire.  As an entrepreneur, professional skateboarder, NY Times Bestselling Author™, and the most recognized action sports figure in the world, Tony has defied the odds, and will share his lessons of leadership and perseverance - relevant to anyone running a business.

Tony Hawk

“We are excited and honored to add Tony to our stellar list of keynotes,” says Jon Taffer, president of Nightclub & Bar Media Group and host and executive producer of Spike TV's Bar Rescue.  “We always thrive to gather individuals who are the best in their business and industry to enlighten and share success stories to encourage our attendees to take their careers and businesses to a higher level.”

Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, the Nightclub & Bar Show attracts more on-premise professionals, suppliers and industry experts than any other nightlife industry show in North America and provides bar and nightclub professionals the opportunity to connect with suppliers, conduct business and gain the tools they need to be successful in this dynamic industry. Taking place March 30-April 1, 2015 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, advanced registration is currently open at

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