Kings Announce Exclusive New Community-Based Leadership Organization


Kings Announce Exclusive New Community-Based Leadership Organization – “The Kings 100”
-- Prominent group of Sacramento leaders will serve as Ambassadors for the Kings --

SACRAMENTO, CA, January 26, 2010 ---- The Sacramento Kings today announced an exclusive new community-based leadership organization called the Kings 100.

The Kings 100 consists of a diverse group of 100 prominent community leaders that serve as Ambassadors for the Sacramento Kings. Ambassadors are loyal fans, committed to the success and support of the Kings in the greater Sacramento region. The group will be led by Kings 100 Honorary Executive Director, former Sheriff Lou Blanas, and Kings 100 Honorary Chairman, legend Bobby Jackson.

“What is really impressive to me is the overwhelmingly positive response we got when we asked these leaders to join us in this effort,” said Kings co-owner Gavin Maloof. “That really shows how much the people of this great community love their Kings. We are so honored to have their support and to have this partnership with so many fine community leaders.”

The Kings 100 includes leaders from all over the Sacramento region including Elk Grove, Granite Bay, El Dorado Hills, Lincoln, West Sacramento, Fair Oaks, Loomis and Stockton.

Honorary Kings 100 Ambassadors:

  • Honorary Executive Director, former Sheriff Lou Blanas
  • Honorary Chairman, Bobby Jackson
  • Honorary Kevin Johnson
  • Bob Cook
  • Bob Hernreich
  • Dave Lucchetti
  • Joe Benvenuti
  • John Kehriotis

    Kings 100 Ambassadors:

  • Alex Sioukas
  • Arlen Opper
  • Bill Blanas
  • Bill Simas
  • Bob Rosenberg
  • Bob Teagle
  • Brian Salemme
  • Brian White
  • Bruce Scheidt
  • Chevo Ramirez
  • Chris Vrame
  • Chuck Peterson
  • CJ Obmann
  • Claudia French
  • Colleen Mains
  • Curtis Rapton
  • Dan Crowley
  • Daniel Weitzman
  • Dave Rogers
  • David Lichtman
  • David Mastagni
  • David Townsend
  • Dean Sioukas
  • Don Turner
  • Ed Marszal
  • Eric Stanion
  • Fran McDermott
  • Ellen Frink
  • Gale Kaufman
  • Gary Mangrum
  • George Grinzewitsch, Jr.
  • Glen Craig
  • Glenn Evans
  • Jack Sweigart
  • Janice Nall
  • Jeff Hohlbein
  • Jeff Realander
  • Jeff vonKaenel
  • Jeff Welch
  • Jim Wilson
  • Jon Bow
  • John Frisch
  • John Kaufman
  • Katina Rapton
  • Karen Skelton
  • Kelly Brothers
  • Kent Donithan
  • Kent Hallmeyer
  • Kermit Schultz
  • Kevin Sloat
  • Larry Cassidy
  • Larry Dickie
  • Larry Eldridge
  • Laura Izon Powell
  • Len McLeod
  • Lloyd Harvego
  • Mark Friedman
  • Matt Haines
  • Matt Horowitz
  • Matt Mahood
  • Michael Crawford
  • Mike Koewler, Jr.
  • Nancy Miller
  • Pat Mitchell
  • Pat Patapati
  • Paula and Jerry Tackett
  • Paula Treat
  • Philip Leavitt
  • Ramin Manshadi
  • Randy Paragary
  • Rhett Snider
  • Roger Dreyer
  • Roni Deutch
  • Rose Tafoya
  • Russell Gallaway
  • Sam Cole
  • Sandy Smoley
  • Scott Powell
  • Scott Reid
  • Seth Kaplan
  • Sofia Tsakopoulos
  • Sotiris Kolokotronis
  • Steve Bernard
  • Steve Cottingim
  • Steve Hammond
  • Steve Markstein
  • Steve Stahlberg
  • Tim Ray
  • Tim Stenvick
  • Tom Cologna
  • Tom Tenge
  • Troy and Yvonne Glenn

    About Maloof Sports and Entertainment:
    Maloof Sports & Entertainment includes the Sacramento Kings (NBA) and ARCO Arena. Led by Joe and Gavin Maloof, and owned by the Maloof family with long-term, local partners, the organization is committed to the community in Sacramento and to making a positive, meaningful difference in the lives of families in need in the Sacramento region. Maloof Sports & Entertainment has donated more than $17 million to charities in 10 years of Maloof family ownership. For more information about Maloof Sports & Entertainment, please visit kings.com, arcoarena.com or call 916-928-0000.