Informally created in 2014 by three executives who were tired of traditional networking organizations plagued by pushy service providers, they set out to create something that would shift the paradigm. The immediate success and growth of their idea led them to officially found The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen ("LXG") in 2016 to provide a forum for business owners, corporate executives, and outstanding community leaders to network and socialize within an environment of trust and friendship. LXG events also endeavor to showcase select charitable and philanthropic objectives.
Event attendees are referred through existing members and vetted by our Executive Board. Additionally, all LXG events are Exclusively
Invitation Only to facilitate an environment with
extraordinary individuals of a high quality of character
and a history of servant leadership in the community.
We pride ourselves in maintaining an organization
where professional men and women can feel
approachable without the fear of being “sold” like
other networking groups.
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen has a goal of
supporting personal and professional growth and we
seek events, attendees, and sponsors that share this
To be a "Gentlemen" is not a gender specific attribute, but rather a way of behavior.
Our events are focused on bringing together business professionals to relax, network, build meaningful relationships, and be entertained by unique venues while enjoying happy-hour style refreshments.
LXG is not a traditional networking group or a “lead generation group” where attendees should be fearful of solicitation, “card hawking”, or general pushiness that has become pervasive at open business events.
Events are exclusive, private, and for the invitees only. We ask that all guests be formally suggested to our Board for review and consideration for future LXG events.
Who We Are
A chivalrous, courteous, or honorable person;
one who does not flatter wealth, cringe before power, or boast of their own possessions or achievements;
who speaks with frankness but always with sincerity and sympathy;
whose deeds follows their word;
who thinks of the rights and feelings of others, rather than their own.