The stars have aligned for another memorable Domopalooza.
When the annual tech conference takes place for a fifth time in Salt Lake City next week, a pair of high-profile public figures will serve as keynote speakers.
The first to take the mainstage is Drew Brees, who led the New Orleans Saints to a Super Bowl title in 2009 and eclipsed Peyton Manning as the league’s all-time leading passer last season.
Brees will join Domo founder and CEO Josh James for a fireside chat on March 20 to discuss what he’s had to do and overcome to become a champion.
The next day, it’s Judd Apatow’s turn in the spotlight, where the producer of Anchorman and The Big Sick—to name just two of his many box-office hits—will reveal his secrets to creating movies that engage and entertain.
I, for one, can’t wait to hear what these featured guests have to say.
In addition to being among the very best at what they do, Brees and Apatow are first-rate human beings, as evidenced by the amount of time and money they give to charitable causes.
Through their foundations, they and their families have contributed and/or committed more than $35 million to a range of noble efforts, including cancer relief and research, military and disadvantaged-youth support, emergency-services programs, and gun-violence prevention.
Domopalooza officially gets underway at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 20, at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Click here to register.