Cincinnati Reds legend Pete Rose will be the keynote speaker at the 2015 Great Lakes Capital Connection conference at Great American Ballpark on September 1, 2015. This is the first year that the annual event has come to Cincinnati, and it is only fitting that the Reds most legendary player is there to present the keynote address.
"The 500 deal makers coming out-of-town to Cincinnati in September likely know who Pete Rose is but have never had the opportunity to be up close and hear him," said Doug Bolton, president of ACG-Cincinnati. "So we are very excited to have Pete as part of the program. We are designing a conference that is quintessential Cincinnati, and Pete admirably fills our sports hero slot."
Pete Rose, also known as "Charlie Hustle", is baseball's all-time hit king with 4,256 hits during his 24 years major league career. During his illustrious career he captured three World Series rings, was named the 1973 NL MVP, the 1963 NL Rookie of the Year, won two Gold Gloves as a catcher, and won three batting titles. When he retired in 1986 he held MLB career records in hits, singles (3,215), games played (3,562), and at-bats (14,053), all of which still stand today. His play on the field earned him a spot on Major League Baseball's All-Century Team.
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