A Family Man, A Devoted Sports Consultant, And a Selfless Individual Who’s Giving Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Value To His Clients

Daven Cuban

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Las vegas, United States, Oct. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Millions of people love watching sports. 

The competition, the ebbs and flows, the cheering, and above all the camaraderie built amongst a group watching a game together. Now imagine if you could watch your favorite sport and make a living doing it. Imagine you could win money because your favorite sports team won a game. This isn’t just a fantasy, in fact it’s possible and you can do it too! Meet Daven Cuban, a family man, a devoted sports consultant, and selfless individual who turned his talent and passion for sports into a career that helps turn sports fans into investors. 

Stay tuned, Nvule Studios, will cover Daven, a successful sports consultant based in Las Vegas, to give you the information you need to start finding the best value in sports. 

Meet Daven Cuban: 

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Start planning your year-end giving now

In 2019, U.S. giving to charity totaled nearly $450 billion. Historically, nearly one-third of that amount takes place in December, with 12% of all giving occurring in the last three days of the year.

December and last-minute giving is often rushed, not well-planned, nor strategic. To maximize the impact of your giving, whether personal or in your business, start planning your approach to year-end donations now.  There are a number of steps you can take to ensure your donations have a lasting and significant impact.

Bruce DeBoskey.
Bruce DeBoskey
  1. Engage your family members in conversations about what issues and causes are most important to them. Especially in this year of a pandemic, climate change impact, voting rights challenges, racial justice efforts, income and health disparities, and economic uncertainty (for nonprofits, too), meaningful conversations between and among generations about how a family wants to make the greatest impact are essential.
  2. Giving through your
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