Rising Star Breakfast - Regional Baseball, Opening Day 2016 and Beyond

Apr 08, 2015

Please join the MetroHartford Alliance for the Rising Star Breakfast about Regional Baseball, Opening Day 2016 and Beyond!

The breakfast will begin with Josh Solomon, owner of the Hartford Yard Goats, speaking on the future of baseball in Hartford. This state-of-the-art ballpark is being constructed and will open for the start of the 2016 season at the intersection of Main Street and Trumbull Street in Downtown North.

Following Josh will be Tim Restall, General Manager of the Hartford Yard Goats. Tim will cover the details about the stadium, the amenities it will include, and the community benefits this stadium will bring to Downtown Hartford.

A panel discussion with questions from the audience will conclude this event. The panelists are:

Chuck Domino - Long-time Minor League Baseball Expert
Rob Dibble - American former Major League Baseball pitcher and television analyst
Josh Solomon - Owner of the Hartford Yard Goats

We have 10 tickets to give away. Comment below with why you want to attend this Rising Star Breakfast by noon on April 16th for your chance to win a ticket! All winners will be notified on the 16th via email.

The Rising Star Breakfast will be held at the Hilton Hartford at 315 Trumbull Street, Hartford. Registration and networking will begin at 7:30am and the program will start promptly at 8am. Don't want to wait and see if you get a free ticket? Visit the MetroHartford Alliance website to register.


  1. 2 Rich Jones 09 Apr
    Would be honored to attend this event with HYPE. Working at 20 Church Street we have had a first hand look at the construction of the new ball park. We are all so excited to have this new addition to the city. It will help attract candidates to our office and city which is so important for growth. Can't wait to hear the details on future of baseball in Hartford and report them back to the EY office.
  2. 1 Jeff Devereux 09 Apr
    sounds like an interesting event. 


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