July 7, 2010
-- Win in Business with Pete Rose and Learn How to Hit a Financial Home Run Cincinnati, Ohio July 7th, 2010 -- Pete Rose former Major League Baseball player and manager invites you to attend a special announcement that he is making in regards to a new business that he is officially launching in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 13, 2010 just one day before the Cincinnati premiere of his new movie 4192 The Crowning of The Hit King.
Pete Rose recently started using this revolutionary new product and noticed that the he feels younger and has more energy. He then decided because of his excitement and results that he wanted to share this experience with others. He has chosen to return to Cincinnati, the city which means so much to him, to make this official announcement. Pete Rose will not only be sharing the benefits of the product but also he will show you how in the current economy you can hit a finical home run. Pete will also be sharing strategies to make money in down times. If you are sports minded and enthusiastic and want to learn what Pete Rose is doing in his spare time please register at http://www.winwithpeterose.com
. Tickets are normally $50.00 but for the lucky first 250 people that register they are absolutely free.
This is your chance to meet Pete Rose personally and for a lucky few a chance to win autograph memorabilia’
s such as sport jerseys, baseballs and baseball cards as well as other great giveaways. Pete Rose is one of the greatest professional baseball players in the history of the game -- and also one of the most controversial. Rose began playing professionally for the Cincinnati Reds in 1963, where he quickly earned the nickname "Charlie Hustle" for his work ethic and boundless enthusiasm. During his 24-year career he had many high points, including a career batting average of .303, a record-setting 4,256 hits, a 44 game hitting streak (1978) and three appearances in the World Series (twice with Cincinnati, 1975 and 1976, and once with the Philadelphia Phillies, 1980).
In 1963 Rose was named the National League's Rookie of the Year...In 1975 he was named World Series Most Valuable Player...Rose is most closely associated with Cincinnati, but he also played for Philadelphia (1978-83) and the Montreal Expos (1984)...During his career Rose played five positions: second base, right field, left field, third base and first base. Rose was manager of the Reds (1985-88) as well as a player.
Contact: Pat Berry Phone: 512-300-