Marty Brennaman Serves as Keynote Speaker at Fearless Frontline Leader Awards

CINCINNATI, OHIO — Legendary Cincinnati Reds Sportcaster Marty Brennaman was the keynote speaker at the Fearless Frontline Leader Awards celebration held on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at Great American Ball Park. Honorees from the manufacturing industry were recognized for their demonstration of excellence, empathy, respect, and humility both at work and at home. Source” PR Web.
“When I heard about the Fearless Frontline Leader Awards program I was really excited to join Definity and the other sponsors to help promote such a worthy cause. Living in Cincinnati most of my life, I know that manufacturing supports the economic development of Cincinnati and the surrounding communities. Anything that I can do to help thank those that work so hard every day to ensure economic prosperity whether they are from Cincinnati or not, I am happy to acknowledge and join in on celebrating their successes,” states Brennaman.
The Fearless Frontline Leader Awards celebrate the day-in-day out contributions of the frontline leaders who fuel the manufacturing industry. Nominations are reviewed by a panel of judges and nominees and recipients are recognized at an annual awards celebration and dinner. The dinner is a ticketed event open to the public and this year’s festivities at Great American Ball Park included a cocktail hour on the field and in the dugout, ball park tours and the chance for attendees to take a swing in the Reds batting cages.

Brennaman has been the voice of the Cincinnati Reds since 1974, taking over for, of all people, Al Michaels. He’s a legacy broadcaster, like the Bucks and the Carays; his son Thom is a FOX broadcaster, works with him in Cincinnati and was once a Cubs broadcaster. Oh, yes, the Cubs: It appears Marty is no fan of Cubs fans. Highlights of Marty Brennaman’s career include calling Hank Aaron’s record-tying 714th career home run in 1974, Pete Rose’s 4,192nd career hit in 1985, Tom Browning’s perfect game in 1988, Ken Griffey, Jr.’s 500th career home run in 2004 and his 600th in 2008, and the Reds’ World Series victories in 1975, 1976, and 1990. In 2000, Marty won the Ford C. Frick Award, presented annually by the National Baseball HOF to a broadcaster “for major contributions to the game of baseball”.
Brennaman has also been named Ohio Sportscaster of the Year twelve times and the Virginia Sportscaster of the Year Award four times for his versatility in calling baseball, football, and basketball games on both the collegiate and professional levels. In addition to the Virginia Squires and the Norfolk Tides, he has called games for Virginia Tech and William & Mary, and formerly called NCAA men’s basketball tournament games
PFP Sports & Celebrity Talent Agency is a booking agent for motivational sports speakers and celebrities. If you would like to book MLB stars or sports casters like Marty Brennaman for a speaking engagement, personal appearance or special event, you can request Marty Brennaman and speaker information from PFP Talent or call 800.966.1380.

Speak Your Mind