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Wednesday, February 21 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Keynote - Hardknocks with Darren Wilson, Ernie Garcia, Jim Scussel, and Matt Likens

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Success looks great from a far, but what does it really take to make your business great?
Join our discussion with three of the valley’s most successful valley CEOs to hear what the toughest part is about thinking big, taking risks and building credible teams.

Speakers
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Ernie Garcia

Founder and CEO, Carvana
Ernie Garcia, III co-founded Carvana and has served as our President and Chief Executive Officer since the inception in 2012. Mr. Garcia is also Chairman of the Carvana Co. Board. Prior to founding Carvana, Mr. Garcia held various roles at the DriveTime Automotive Group, Inc. from... Read More →
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Matt Likens

CEO, GT Medical Technologies
After graduating cum laude from Kent State University with a bachelor’s of business administration degree and a major in marketing, Mr. Likens began his professional career with Johnson & Johnson Corporation. He then spent more than twenty years in domestic and international sales... Read More →
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Jim Scussel

Co-Founder, Four Peaks Brewing Company
Jim Scussel is the founding partner of Arizona’s largest brewery, which produces and distributes beer around Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, California, Colorado, Texas and Hawaii. Four Peaks Brewing Company also runs two restaurants that serves eclectic brewpub-style food.Jim was... Read More →
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Darren Wilson

president, bluemedia
Darren is a strategist, entrepreneur and speaker. His contagious approach to business hasresulted in over 15 years of success for his companies along with industry leading wins forclients like the NFL, Warner Brothers, Target and AT&T. He has been involved in the strategic development... Read More →


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