44th Annual Prayer Breakfast
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2023
Doors Open at 6:45 AM (Breakfast)
Prayer Breakfast Program: 7:00 - 8:30 AM
SPEAKER: TODD HOPKINS
Todd Hopkins is the founder and CEO of Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services, an award winning janitorial franchising company and one of the most respected brands in its industry. Office Pride, headquartered in Palm Harbor, Florida,has over 148 franchise locations in 25 states. The company will celebrate its 30th year in 2022 and is a longtime member of the Franchise Business Review Hall of Fame™ for franchisee satisfaction. Todd is an international best-selling author or co-author of four books, including "Five Wisdoms for Entrepreneur Survival – Practical Experience and Biblical Perspective" and is a highly sought after speaker at both business and ministry events. His book, "The Janitor – How an Unexpected Friendship Transformed a CEO and His Company", co-authored with Ray Hilbert, has sold more than 600,000 copies and has been published in 10 languages. In his newest book, "The Stress Less Business Owner", Todd shares 10 guiding disciplines for bringing joy and true success back to your life and business. In 2022, Todd will release "Stop Using the “B” Word: The Life-Changing Impact of Replacing Busy with Productive", based on his popular workshops and teachings on maximizing productivity and overcoming distractions. Born and raised in Tennessee, Todd is a business graduate from the University of Memphis. He has an MBA from Butler University, where Office Pride began as an MBA class research paper, and is a graduate of the M.I.T. Birthing of Giants Executive Entrepreneurship Program. Todd and his wife, Michelle, live in Palm Harbor, FL, and have three sons.
2022 Event AUDIO with Joseph Wingfield
location & parking
Chattanooga Convention Center
1 Carter Plaza, Chattanooga, TN 37402
- Street meters
Chestnut Street Parking (free parking & shuttles by Carta begin at 6:15 AM)
1818 Chestnut Street, Chattanooga, TN 37408
The Chattanooga Area Leadership Prayer Breakfast (CALPB) is organized solely by volunteers, and all expenses incurred are for the main speaker, the vendors, and the suppliers for the Breakfast. Each year there is a shortfall between monies raised through ticket sales and the actual expenses of the event - and that shortfall is covered by charitable contributions. The CALPB is covered by the 501(c)(3), non-profit status of the Chattanooga Christian Community Foundation, which does business as The Generosity Trust (TGT). Donations given for the CALPB are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Checks should be made payable to The Generosity Trust, with "Prayer Breakfast" on the memo line, and mailed to The Generosity Trust, 345 Frazier Avenue, Unit 205, Chattanooga, TN 37405. TGT will provide the donor with a receipt that can be used for income tax purposes. If you wish to make a credit card gift or another type of online gift, please click the "donate" button below, and you will be directed to the TGT credit card processing site (EasyTithe). You will be asked some basic information, and then you can safely and securely make an online gift for the benefit of the Prayer Breakfast.
If you have any questions for The Generosity Trust, please contact them at 423-266-5257. Thank you!