We will be represented at the Akron Marathon on September 22, Bank of America Chicago Marathon on October 6 & 7, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon on October 13 & 14, Detroit Free Press Marathon on October 13 & 14 and the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon on November 2 & 3.Be sure to visit us at these expos for great giveaways.Politicians including Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, George H. Bush, John Glenn, and Ted Kennedy were also guests.The local Cincinnati television show titled The 50-50 Club had occupied the time slot that Braun eventually filled.Please call the brewery for the most up-to-date information.It’s the largest weekend party in town, and you can be part of it!
Braun (April 20, 1929 – January 15, 2001) was a local television and radio personality in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was best known for The Bob Braun Show, which he hosted from 1967 to 1984 on the daytime schedule five days a week.
On his own show, Braun heavily promoted and supported Lyons' charity, "The Ruth Lyons Christmas Fund," each Christmas season.
(The charity, now known as "The Ruth Lyons Children's Fund," remains in operation to this day.) Some years after Braun took over the show, the title was changed from The 50-50 Club to The Bob Braun Show.
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After cutting a handful of unsuccessful pop vocal recordings for labels such as Fraternity and Torch, Braun signed to Decca Records and charted his only Top 40 hit, "Till Death Do Us Part," in 1962.