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Author DeVille Launches CEO Ride – Motorcycling for Entrepreneurs

CEO Coach & Author Dwain DeVille Launches CEO Ride

Author of The Biker’s Guide to Business and lifelong biker, Dwain DeVille is combining his winning business strategies with the open road. Now top entrepreneurs can leave the stifling setting of a boardroom behind and break their thinking free through a planned, deluxe motorcycle business retreat. In launching The CEO Ride, DeVille has transformed the way C-level business leaders meet and strategize.

Over the course of four days, DeVille’s CEO Ride unites top-level executives, who share a passion for motorcycling and business. Open to business owners and C-level managers this first of its kind business retreat delivers a fresh perspective and a chance for leaders come together to share knowledge, skills and the challenges of growing a business.

“When combining my unique 3-D Navigation Process – a dynamic peer-to-peer brainstorming and idea exchange – with head-clearing time in the saddle riding through amazing countryside you get a certified, full throttle business experience” said DeVille, whose is

Previous CEO Rides through the mountains of Las Vegas and Colorado attracted entrepreneurs from across the U.S. and Canada. This rolling business conference now heads to Portland August 18- 21, 2015. Participants ride from town to town spending their mornings in strategy sessions and riding through the awesome Oregon coast and wine country in the afternoons.

“I have run my own company for 18 years so when the opportunity to ride with other CEOs came along I jumped at it, and what a great experience it was! I came away with new friends, new ideas and refreshed from spending time with people who had TWO common interests with me … riding and running companies. If you like to ride and you run a company you cannot miss this experience. I will certainly be back!” says Kevin Dee, CEO Eagle Professional Resources Inc.

The $2,997 per person conference fee includes deluxe private accommodations, motorcycle rental, fuel and insurance, meals, business sessions, networking opportunities, group motorcycle rides and individualized contact with DeVille before and after the conference. Registration is open now until August 11th.

For more information about This CEO Ride or any of our future plans, please visit www.TheCEORide.com.

10 CEOs + 4 Days + 1 Open Road = A Full Throttle Business Experience

About Dwain DeVille: An entrepreneur, business coach and author, DeVille has spent over two decades serving as trusted advisor to top CEOs and their companies. In 2009, Wiley & Sons published his book, The Biker’s Guide to Business where DeVille combines lessons learned from decades in the boardroom and the saddle to create a model that helps all entrepreneurs – whether they ride or not – navigate the challenges of business life. Simply put, it is designed for anyone who wants to build a successful business without giving up on life.

An experienced motorcyclist with over 40 years in the saddle, DeVille lives in Central Florida and enjoys riding every month of the year. He is Iron Butt certified and has toured most of the country. His latest blogs on business & bikes can be found at his website DwainDeVille.com.

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