It's good to know Lebron James, known as a suave basketball star, is not above using a classic powerpoint to market himself. Even if it is poorly worded one straight out of high school.
James, or rather a company working for James, put together a presentation to draw sponsors for his 26th birthday party. And if you didn't like him before, slides like this won't change that:
Business Insider has the scoop:
The party to be held at the swanky Coco Deville lounge in Miami's Gansevoort Hotel, promises "Athletes, Models, and Musicians" as well as "affluent leaders" and "savvy trendsetters."
Partners — who can buy sponsorships for a minimum of $10,000 — will be able to "increase brand awareness" through photo ops with LeBron and Friends, contribute to swag bags for the A-List guests, and get VIP treatment for "key stakeholders."
The event is powered by SA Global Plus, a "multi-media Miami, Florida base company with establish interest [sic] in Music/Television/Film Productions, Event Coordination, Fashion, Social Media, Talent Management, Publishing, Gaming/Goods/Merchandising, and Brand Marketing."