Better Executive Relationship Building Through The National Club
November 18, 2008

Prestigious business organization offers 50% discount through CATA, with access to other Canadian and international executive centres

Toronto November 18, 2008 -- The executive National Club, located in the heart of Toronto's financial district, is offering a special CATA promotional rate to new corporate members. The CATA 50% membership discount gives corporate members access to the cross-country network of affiliated clubs in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary and Vancouver.

"In today's economy it is vital to cut costs while leveraging the power of executive activities," noted CATA EVP, and National Club member, Barry Gander. "For many years, the National Club has been our preferred location for the launch of strategically important activities, including executive sessions on Security, IT Networking and CEO peer development. I have always had exemplary service, at rates far below comparable hotel facilities, in an environment that cannot be matched. As a member of the Club, I have secured an excellent opportunity for our group, and am delighted to provide it to you today."

'Secret Sauce' for Executive Discussions

"The National Club's environment of success gives members top-notch branding in facilities across the country, and will save you money, time and worry," said Mr. Gander.

The National Club also provides overnight guest rooms, a full social program for today's busy executive, a speakers' series and relationship-building networking. It is an excellent way to introduce yourself to the business community, hold strategic internal meetings, or reward business partners for successful growth initiatives. The National Club provides a forum for members and guests to come together and discuss the latest trends, or upcoming business opportunities. It has featured speakers such as General (Ret) Rick Hillier, David Suzuki, and Christie Blatchford, to name a few.

"It's a great way to form new relationships with individuals from many diverse executive groups in Toronto, and its sister organizations perform the same function across the country and in fact around the world," added Mr. Gander.

To find out more about the Club's membership offer, please contact National Club's Assistant General Manager, Kim Iwamoto at: or phone (416) 364-3247.