Kentucky to the World (KTW) will present the first live audience recording of the “Breaking the Mold” podcast. Created by Louisville native Evan Roth, the event will feature an interview with Junior Bridgeman along with special guest co-host Daniel Roth, Evan’s brother.
The event will be held Wednesday, August 3, with a reception from 5:30-6:30 p.m. and the program from 6:30-8 p.m. at The Henry Clay Building, 4th Floor, 604 S. Third St. Guests will hear from the Roth Brothers before serving as the live studio audience for the recording. Tickets are $25 and available for purchase at www.kentuckytotheworld.org.
“Breaking the Mold” with Evan Roth, host, and Daniel Roth, guest co-host, explores the people and issues fueling business today through brotherly debate and an interview that focuses on their guest’s path to success in the business world.
Daniel Roth, executive editor of LinkedIn, is hailed by Business Insider as the “most powerful business journalist on the Internet.” Among his countless features are a rare joint interview with Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, an intimate conversation with Lena Dunham, and recently a fun and energetic chat with Gwen Stefani.
Evan Roth, managing partner of BBR Partners in NYC, turned his youthful obsession with numbers into a career in finance, first at Goldman, Sachs & Co. In 2000, he started his own firm. He works with multigenerational families and individuals and their newly created wealth to define and translate values into a comprehensive investment program.
Junior Bridgeman, franchise entrepreneur, played guard/forward for University of Louisville and joined the NBA in 1975 for a solid 12-year career that included Los Angeles Lakers and primarily the Milwaukee Bucks. Most recently, Junior divested his more than 350 restaurant franchises to acquire bottling territory from Atlanta-based Coca-Cola in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Nebraska, becoming only the third new independent Coca-Cola bottler in recent decades. Junior was born in East Chicago, IN.
Tickets are now on sale for $25 and include a reception with appetizers from Wiltshire Pantry, water, and soft drinks. There is also a cash bar. For tickets and to learn more about the speaker series please visit www/kentuckytotheworld.org. No tickets will be sold at the door.