SHELLY SALTMAN, INTERNATIONAL SPORTS PROMOTER WILL BE NEXT FEATURED “DINNER WITH….” SPEAKER ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 AT MELVYN’S AT THE INGLESIDE INN IN PALM SPRINGS
Following its early successful track record with its fun “Dinner With…” speakers series, Melvyn’s presents Shelly Saltman international promoter, who will appear on Wednesday, February 20 at 6:30 p.m.
For over fifty years Sheldon "Shelly" Saltman has been involved in major Corporate, Entertainment and Sports productions around the world. He has represented a galaxy of world class figures including the late Russian President, Boris Yeltsin. As an event producer, promoter, publicist and government advisor, Saltman’s list of his successes reads like a roll call of American sports, music and entertainment
including World Championship fights featuring Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Tommy Hearns and Roberto Duran, concert tours with Andy Williams, The Who, Joe Cocker. He has also held key executive positions with major sports franchises like the Los Angeles Lakers basketball teams plus a strong hand in the formation of the now defunct World Football League, as well as two NBA Franchises.
Saltman is the former President of 20th Century FOX Sports and a published author of three books including “Fear No Evel” about his years of promoting the flashy daredevil. He is the creator of the CBS hit TV Series “Challenge of the Sexes,” and the syndicated series “Pro Fan.” With his partner Stuart Rowlands, he owns SR Media, a marketing /pr/promotion firm headquartered in Los Angeles with offices in Palm Springs. SR Media’s two principals have been responsible for more than 1,000 events in 52 countries including the Nobel Peace Prize, the Ghana Government, the Bulgarian government and the Quebec Ministry of Tourism.
The “Dinner With….” series features an intimate four-course gourmet dinner with a celebrity, author or notable personality and an opportunity for a Q & A following an informal talk by the guest speaker. Cost is $35 per person, excluding tax and gratuity.
Reservations are required by calling 760 325-2323.