Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for a VIP Breakfast with stars of A&E’s Flipping Vegas, Scott Yancey and Amie Yancey, on Saturday, December 20 ($100 value)
- $50 for a VIP Breakfast with stars of A&E’s Flipping Vegas, Scott Yancey and Amie Yancey, on Sunday, December 21 ($100 value)
Goliath Company CEO Scott Yancey has been a student of the real estate game since youth, closing his first deal at the young age of 14. Now, as the co-host of A&E’s Flipping Vegas, he shares his prowess for turning run-down properties into enviable investments with millions of viewers across the country. During this VIP breakfast, guests can mingle with fellow entrepreneurs before snapping a photo with Scott and his wife Amie and grabbing a signed copy of Scott’s book Go Time. Scott’s memoir, which includes tips for conquering the competitive world of real estate, serves as a prelude to the main event: a presentation from Scott himself. During “Make Money with Income Properties,” he’ll share advice about doing business in the real-estate market and expound upon the money-making strategies that keep him at the top of his game, including capitalizing on the current market, generating regular cash flow, and discovering how to profit without using your own funds.
The event on Saturday, December 20 will be held at the Sheraton North Houston at George Bush Intercontinental, while the Sunday, December 21 event will be held at the Houston Marriott South at Hobby Airport. The breakfast starts at 8 a.m.; attendees should arrive a few minutes early to the event. Attendees may also receive priority seating at one of Scott and Amie’s pre-market real estate events.
Dreams come true at Pathway Events. Connecting fans to reality TV stars, celebrity experts, and other figures familiar with the small-screen life. They specialize particularly in leading minds in popular real estate––attendees will hear the likes of Ty Pennington, Scott McGillivray, and Nicole Curtis hold court on the best way to fix up a fixer-upper, design a room from the floorboards up, and convince a recalcitrant ghost to stop moaning and start serving hors d'oeuvres.