For Immediate Release
PRESS CONTACTS: Howard McEwen, CFA, Interim President, Cincinnati Museum of Athletics (859) 803-8482, email@example.com
Chris Mack to Speak at the
Cincinnati Athletic Club
Xavier University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Addresses Cincinnati Museum of Athletics Speaker Series
CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Museum of Athletics (CMA) welcomes Chris Mack, Xavier University Head Men’s Basketball Coach for a Speaker Series event on Tuesday, May 26th at the Cincinnati Athletic Club, 111 Shillito Place, Cincinnati, OH 45202. The event begins at 5:00 PM with Coach Mack scheduled to speak at approximately 6:00 PM.
Come enjoy a great night of cocktails, hors d’oeurves and find out more about Xavier’s new Head Basketball coach and basketball program in his first public appearance since being named head coach.
The Cincinnati Museum of Athletics and new leadership of the CMA are excited to bring you this free event and appreciate your support.
Seating is limited to one hundred persons and you must RSVP by calling 513-241-0096, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Cincinnati Museum of Athletics
The mission of the Cincinnati Museum of Athletics is to celebrate, recognize, foster, and promote athletics of all types in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, including high school, collegiate, professional, recreational, seniors, and otherwise. The CMA is a non-profit organization with permanent displays located in the historic Cincinnati Athletic Club.
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In 1853 a group of young men came together with an idea; an idea of transforming the lives of those who lived and worked in Cincinnati. Their goal was to improve their overall health, well-being, and day to day lives at both work and at home. And these young visionaries saw the growing athletics movement as a way of achieving their aim. Their organization, then known as the Young Men’s Gymnastic Association (YMGA), would transform both themselves and their community and subsequently become a landmark institution in Cincinnati.
Over the years the organization has gone through many transformations, changing both its name and location on several occasions. Many notable Cincinnati personalities have been members, including US presidents Rutherford B. Hayes, James A Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, and William Howard Taft. The Cincinnati Athletic Club, as the group is now known, constructed the current building in 1903. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designed by Cincinnati firm Warner & Adkins.
Today the Cincinnati Athletic Club is home to Cincinnati’s best and brightest in business, politics, education and the professions. As the oldest athletic organization in the country, the Cincinnati Athletic Club has set the standard in athletic and fitness excellence for over 150 years. The Cincinnati Athletic Club has a rich history of athletic competition, and community involvement and offers Cincinnati a broad range of fitness facilities to improve the lives of its citizens. For information, call 1-513-241-0096 or visit www.cincinnatiathleticclub.com