31 July, 2010


The International Men’s Day Coordination Committee has announced its selection of Tim Mann as the California (USA) Regional Coordinator for 2010 International Men’s Day. Mr. Mann is the Founder of The Uncommon Man (, an organization that works to empower Men; a motivational speaker for Men; and a Contributing Author for a newly released e-book entitled, No Thanks. I’ll Skip The Recession, where he offers what he describes as “Championship Tools” that will help you survive and thrive in the current economic downturn. Mann is also a Contributing Author to Discover Your Inner Strength: Cutting Edge Growth Strategies From The Industry’s Leading Experts along with best-selling authors Stephen R. Covey (Seven Habits of Highly Effective People); Brian Tracy (Million Dollar Habit); and Ken Blanchard (The One Minute Manager).

International Men’s Day ( celebrates the contributions and selfless sacrifices that Men make to our families, our communities, and our world and will be observed worldwide on Friday, 19 November 2010 under the theme “Our Children . . . Our Future”. The theme “Our Children . . . Our Future” celebrates the 48-hour partnership which International Men’s Day has with Universal Children’s Day which is celebrated on Saturday, 20 November 2010 and is endorsed by the United Nations.

“Mr. Mann will raise awareness for 2010 International Men’s Day and work with individuals and organizations throughout the State of California that are interested in participating in the event’s worldwide observance. He is a welcome addition to the team and we are very excited about the leadership role that he has undertaken for 2010 International Men’s Day in the State of California,” remarked Diane A. Sears, the United States Coordinator for International Men’s Day and a member of the International Men’s Day Coordination Committee.

Individuals and organizations throughout the State of California that want to learn more about 2010 International Men’s Day or want to participate in its worldwide observance, can contact Tim Mann, the California (USA) Regional Coordinator by sending an e-mail to:

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