Join us for a private reception with Stephen Curry at TechCrunch Disrupt on Tuesday, September 13th in SF to benefit UNF’s Nothing But Nets campaign
On behalf of the UN Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, we’re excited to invite you to join two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors for a special private reception at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco at Pier 48 on Tuesday evening, September 13th.
As you may already know, Steph has been leading the Three for Three Challenge by donating three life-saving nets for every three-point shot he makes, including last season’s historic season when he broke the all-time NBA record for three pointers.
Steph will be doing an on-stage interview at TechCrunch Disrupt about his support in the fight against malaria with Nothing But Nets, using technology for good and his involvement with social media startup Slyce.
Please join Nothing But Nets and Steph immediately after his presentation from 6-7pm. The reception will include a Q&A with Nothing But Nets co-founder and former Sports Illustrated writer Rick Reilly, and all guests will have a chance to meet Steph and get a photo and autograph.
Nothing But Nets will also be having a special preview of their VR (virtual reality) film at the event.
There are also sponsorship opportunities for the special reception and conference if interested.
Individual tax-deductible tickets can be purchased at www.NothingButNets.net/techcrunchdisrupt and all proceeds from the reception will benefit Nothing But Netsto protect children and families from malaria.
Hope you will consider attending the event and please share this invitation with anyone who may be interested. If you are unable to attend, but interested to support this important campaign with a donation, please visit www.NothingButNets.net/donate.
Please help spread the word and let me know if you have any questions or feel free to contact Kavita Sood on the Nothing But Nets team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Part 1 (above) with Mark Cranney, Martin Casado and Scott Kupor
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Part 2 (below) with Mark Cranney, Martin Casado and Peter Levine
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