Billionaire boys’ club is the newest name to come up with a slogan for its annual fundraising event.
The annual event, held on Saturday, September 29, is sponsored by a number of prominent Canadian investors, including billionaire brothers George and Michael Milken, and former Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper.
The theme is “The Millionaires Club.”
The Milken brothers have made millions of dollars over the past decade by investing in a range of Canadian companies, including Suncor Energy, which was acquired by Suncor for $3.7 billion in 2017.
The Milksons own a number to Canadian investors and have contributed to the Conservative Party, as well as several Canadian politicians, including Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer.
The Billionaires Club is also known as the Millionaires Conference.
Here are some of the best quotes from the Millionaire Boys’ Club’s website, which promotes the event: We’ll start with a list of the biggest winners of the first six months of 2018, based on revenue and market capitalization.
Those companies will be followed by those that came in at the bottom of the list.
The winners, in order, will be announced on Tuesday, September 25.
The event will feature the leaders of Canada’s five largest companies: CTV, Rogers Communications, Telus, and Telus Communications.
What’s so great about this year’s Millionaires event?
There are some great speakers, and the event is open to all Canadians, including those who are not billionaires.
So, we’ve got all the big names in business, politics, academia, media, sports, entertainment, and beyond.
The idea is that the event, like any other, will draw in the brightest minds and inspire the next generation of Canadians.
And this year, the focus is on entrepreneurs, so we’ll have some big names like Warren Buffett and others.
The Millionaires are also the largest private fundraising event in Canada.
There are currently 10,000 tickets available, with the maximum donation of $1,500.
The Millionaire boys are also running a competition called the Billionaire Boys Championship to find the best boy to fight in Canada: The tournament is open until September 25, with a $10,000 prize.
This year, one of the big winners is George Milken.
He made $2.6 billion during the 2016 financial year and is a shareholder of the Calgary-based company, Suncor.
There is also a new winner in the annual tournament, a boy from the United States named Daniela Castro, who made $1.9 billion in 2016 and is one of a handful of billionaires in the United Kingdom who have not yet made their first million.
Other winners in the tournament include David and David Goldblatt, who are worth an estimated $3 billion and made their fortunes through investments in oil and gas exploration, and David and Mary Robinson, who bought the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2017 for $1 billion.
The two brothers are also Canadian billionaires.