HBSANC, Wharton club and Harvard Club of San Francisco members are invited to meet Giants leadership and enjoy game day in style - JOIN US! 5/22/2022
The San Francisco Giants, the Harvard Club of San Francisco, the Harvard Business School Association of Northern California, the Wharton Club of Northern California cordially invite you and your guest to an exciting day at Oracle Park.
Join us for the 2022 HBSANC Day at Oracle Park with the San Francisco Giants on Sunday May 22! This is the Club's 10th year hosting the event. It has always been one of our most popular events and we're excited about this year's edition featuring Giants' CEO Larry Baer, SVP & CIO Bill Schlough and General Manager Scott Harris. Cheer the home team as the Giants go against the San Diego Padres.
Starting at 10:30 am on Sunday May 22, join your fellow alumni for a jam-packed day of fun activities including:
- A fireside chat featuring:
- Larry Baer, CEO
- Bill Schlough, SVP and CIO
- Scott Harris, General Manager
- Food & soft drinks included
- Networking with HBS and Wharton
- Watching our Giants take on the Padres from the comfort of a luxury suite at the ballpark!
- Suite visit during the game by a special guest
Sunday, May 22,2022
10:30 AM PT
24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107
Cost: (Limit 4 tickets)
HCSF Members $250
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**Price includes game ticket, pre-game fireside chat, and food and soft drinks.
**All ticket sales are final and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. No refunds and no assigned seats.
**Tickets will be emailed 48 hours before the event.
Seats in the suite are not reserved - first come, first selection.
About Our Events:
About our events from the organizer, Sean Jacobsohn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanjacobsohn)
For the past several years we have hosted exclusive events with the Kings, Warriors, Giants, Earthquakes, A's, Sharks, and 49ers. I am a venture capitalist at Norwest Venture Partners focusing on business software, but started my career in the sports industry. While at HBS, I worked for the NFL and Major League Baseball and then also began organizing events for both sports beginners and old sports fans. It was during this time that I realized the power of the sports industry from a business standpoint, but from a social perspective as well. My events have included dyed-in-the wool sports fans, but also those who are interested in visionary leadership, crowd-watching or simply spending time with a dynamic group of people and making lasting friendships here in the Bay Area. Today, we host about six events each year. Our group of HBS alumni and their friends and family from across the world, have made a positive impression on the teams. Each season, we are welcomed back and get to enjoy a collegial friendship that would not be available to us otherwise. Many consider our group a highlight of the being an HBS alumnus here in the Bay Area. If you haven't attended our events in the past, we hope you do this sometime soon. Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll add you to our email list to give you early access to sign-up for upcoming sports events prior to promotion.
Quotes from past attendees:
"These are my favorite HBS alumni events. Meeting sports team execs is like an active HBS case study, and I get to have a great time with alumni in a casual setting. For example, I learned the true story about the Oakland A's effort to build a new stadium. Then, there was witnessing Warriors as they were building a championship team and business machine. It's fun doing this while bringing a family member, friend or business contact." (Rajiv Parikh)
"A truly memorable experience for several reasons - not only was I able to connect with HBS alumni from several decades at a networking event that felt like anything but that - it also gave me an opportunity to bring friends who share my love of sports and business." (Dileepan Siva)
"Sports-related events organized by HBSANC are unique, can't miss experiences which bring you up close and personal with the executives who run local sports franchises and provide the full luxury box treatment." (Dan Rosen)
"We had a wonderful time at the HBS event at the Giants game at Oracle park. It was great to catch up with HBS friends, make some new ones, and get some "behind the scenes scoop" from the Giants' GM and management team. All around, it was a great evening." (Chris Bates)
"I find the quality of the HBS sports events to be top notch. They are always well-run, valuable and fun. It is great to have the networking and the insider perspective from a speaker while watching one of our beloved Bay Area teams play." (Steffan Haithcox)
"The HBSNC Sports Events prove why the HBS MBA is so valuable. They offer an incredible opportunity that isn't available elsewhere to hear directly from the management of the teams. The HBSNC Sports Events are a highlight of my year. Attendees receive unparalleled access to the management of the teams while also getting to catch up with lifelong friends." (Eric Newhouse)
Larry Baer: Giant CEO
Bill Schlough: Giants SVP & CIO
Scott Harris: Giants General Manager