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"Howard Kellman has spent a lifetime in baseball, and through the stories in this book he teaches us valuable lessons such as: if a girl in a bar wants you to take her to Midnight Mass - do it, never use gasoline to dry a field, and always let your wife know when a game goes extra innings. Trust me, it will pay off."
- Howie Rose, Broadcaster, New York Mets
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Humorous Side of Sports

  • A shared experience in which people are entertained.
  • A stress buster in which people come away feeling better about themselves.
  • Stories from the world of sports often bring back pleasant childhood memories.
  • Can boost morale, employee productivity and employee retention.

Howard with Joe Tait
Howard sharing a laugh with Joe Tait, longtime radio voice of the
Cleveland Cavaliers.

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   “Here is a real ‘gem’ from the wife of one of our twenty-five year honorees: 'I’m not a sports fan – in fact, I don’t really have any interest in sports – but, I truly enjoyed Howard Kellman’s presentation – great stories with a humorous twist – a lot of laughter – truly great!'
   Howard, we had two Speakers each year for the past 14 years – many of whom have been very good – YOU TOPPED THEM ALL!!!”

Wm. Frosty Hofmann,
Sec. & Program Chairman, F&AM

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