Entrepreneur launches weekend camping retreat for young, black professionals

Newark-based entrepreneur Kyle Rosenbaum announces Black Boys Camp, the first-ever camping event for young, black professionals to develop career skills, enjoy outdoor activities and bond over brotherhood August 31st-September 2nd, 2018. Michael D. Smith, an executive director at Obama Foundation and former special assistant to U.S. President Barack Obama, and Chester Gregory, who has starred in Broadway productions including “Motown the Musical” and “Sister Act the Musical,” are among the confirmed speakers. Tickets go on sale Monday, January 15, 2018 at BlackBoysCamp.com for the Labor Day Weekend event which expects to see hundreds convene at Adirondack State Park in upstate New York.

During the three-day weekend, attendees will learn from a variety of sessions such as “Old Money vs. New Money: Building generational wealth” to “Managing to Lead: How to be a boss in Corporate America” and “Grill Master: How to throw-down at your next family cookout.” In addition, all attendees will learn survival skills for the wilderness, participate in a fitness boot camp, socialize at nightly parties and adventure throughout the campgrounds. Black Boys Camp will offer dozens of activities including kayaking, ropes course, swimming, jet skiing, basketball, tennis, fishing and many more.

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