Karmanos To Be Honored

Peter Karmanos, Jr.

The Alpha Omega Council will honor Peter Karmanos, Jr., a member of Leadership 100, with its Annual Lifetime Achievement Award.  Known as one of the country’s premier businessmen and currently CEO of Compuware Corporation, Mr. Karmanos is the owner of the NHL Carolina Hurricanes, a founder and sponsor of youth hockey programs in Michigan, and a committed philanthropist, particularly in the area of breast cancer research.

The event will be held on Saturday evening June 6th 2009 at the Boston Westin Waterfront Hotel. For information on attending the event or program book sponsorship, please call Drake Behrakis at (781) 861.9114 x225.

Founded in 1976, the Council is comprised of Americans of Hellenic Ancestry in Business, Education, Academia, Medicine, Law, Politics and other fields.  Its mission is to promote and encourage loyalty and patriotism in the United States of America; to cultivate the ideals of Hellenism; to constantly strive towards maintaining positive Greek-American relations; to unite Americans of Greek descent in fellowship and philanthropy; to help recognize the achievements of those who excel in their field individually or as a group; to help alleviate the wants of the poor and needy; and to establish, maintain or aid religious, charitable, scientific, literary or educational activities. Since inception, the Alpha Omega Council has contributed well over $1,300,000 to various philanthropic causes.

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