Event Details

Monthly Luncheon

Date: Fri, Apr 07
11:30 AM
Location:San Jacinto College North
Address:5800 Uvalde Road
Houston, TX  77049
Contact: Blanca Beltran
Phone: 713-450-1114
Email: blanca@ncachamber.com
 
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     Speaker: 

    Robert Boudwin, Houston Rockets mascot "Clutch the Bear"

     

    For over two decades Robert Boudwin was better known as Houston Rockets mascot “Clutch the Bear,” which was a character he created in 1995.  In addition to performing at over 1,500 games and 6,000 appearances he is an accomplished brand builder, marketer, coach, children’s author of 7 books, and producer of critically acclaimed school shows reaching over 1.2 million students having performed over 1,750 shows.  He has also inspired tens of thousands as a public speaker through his motivational “SMILES” presentation.  Boudwin was a 2006 inductee into the Mascot Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility, 2 time NBA Mascot of the Year, a Houston Chronicle Hometown Hero, and has received countless other industry and civic awards, but is most thankful for all the amazing Houstonians who have welcomed him into their hearts over the past 21 years at Rockets games and events across the city and around the world.  In 2009, his short story, “A Clutch Win,” was published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inside Basketball.  In the summer of 2016 Robert opened his own Marketing Consulting & Public Speaking Practice and as of recent has just launched his own mascot Newton “Houston’s Smartest Dragon” available for “eductainment” at elementary schools across the city.  Boudwin also volunteers and speaks for 9 non-profits, 5 of which he sits on the board for, but is best know for his work with organ donation awareness.  He resides in Spring with his wife Amy & 5 children including 2 sets of twins.  You can contact him directly at Robert@robertboudwin.com.

     

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