Breakfast with Seb and Dima Coe, Chernyshenko Headline Newsmaker Breakfast Moscow

Atlanta-USA. April, 11, 2012: Looming deadlines–and perhaps a few memories–will be chief among the topics discussed when Sebastian Coe, chairman of London 2012, and Dmitry Chernyshenko, president and CEO of Sochi 2014, join Around the Rings editor Ed Hula for the Around the Rings Newsmaker Breakfast in Moscow next Monday April 16 (Breakfast Moscow).

London marks 100 days to the Games on Wednesday, April 18; Sochi recently passed its two-years-to-go milestone. Coe won his first of back-to-back 1,500m gold medals at the 1980 Moscow Games. The Newsmaker Breakfast is sponsored by ISM Ltd., the IOC’s worldwide exclusive interactive entertainment software licensee, and The Concerto Group, London’s premier events planning organization.

“We are delighted to be working again with our friends at the Concerto Group,” said Publisher Sheila S. Hula. “Our partnership now spans three events on two continents–from Mexico to London to Moscow. The support from Concerto Group Chairman Mike Kershaw and his team has been key to the success of our breakfasts.”

“Over the past few years, we have worked closely with the Olympic Family to provide event solutions and the best that London has to offer during the Games,” Kershaw said. “In Moscow, we look forward to hosting the ANOC delegates for breakfast and are delighted that Seb Coe and Dmitry Chernyshenko, two inspiring leaders and highly influential figures in the Olympic Movement, will be joining us.”

The event is scheduled for 7:30 am to 9:00 am April 16, at the Moscow Crowne Plaza World Trade Center Hotel. Seating is strictly limited and reservations are strongly encouraged. Please RSVP to Harriet Drinkwater of the Concerto Group. The breakfast is being hosted in conjunction with the Association of National Olympic Committees General Assembly.

The Concerto Group will provide two door prizes timed for the 2012 Olympics: two pairs of Gold Pass tickets to one of London’s ultimate hospitality venues during the Games, the House of Nations. For more information, please visit the website: Winners will be selected in a drawing of business cards at the event. Must be present to win.

It will be the first joint appearance at a Newsmaker Breakfast by the two organizing committee chiefs.

For more than 15 years, ATR Newsmaker Breakfasts have brought together leading figures in the Olympic Movement, media, sports marketers, sponsors and others for a chance to network and discuss issues facing the Games. Breakfasts have been hosted in Acapulco, Atlanta, Beijing, Chicago, Copenhagen, London, New York, Salt Lake City, Sydney and Vancouver.

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