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Mariano Rivera SpeakerJoin leading eye wear company, Eyefinity and MLB’s All Time saves leader, Mariano Rivera for hot dogs, cracker jacks, beers, sodas, photos and autographs on Saturday, March 29, 3:00-5:00PM at the Jacob Javitz Center for the Vision Expo 2014. Fans can meet Mariano at Booth #4723. Mariano will be introduced with a brief Q&A by sports memorabilia entrepreneur, Brandon Steiner. Eyefinity is committed to the highest level of partnership, care, and innovation that their customers deserve. They continue to align themselves with the #1 companies, partners, and affiliates that further brand them at the best in the optometric industry.

Welcoming Mariano Rivera in their booth will solidify that they’re committed to greatness, as is the talent they present. Mariano Rivera perfectly aligns with Eyefinity’s goals and mission: to provide and exceed greatness, change the game in our industry, promote healthy lifestyle and choices, and be the #1 provider and partner for practice management and EHR solutions. Eyefinity provides the first and only ground-breaking technology and solutions that have transformed the optometric industry. As part of the VSP Global family, a multi-billion dollar company, Eyefinity is squarely positioned to continue to provide the best products and solutions. We’ll continue to align with heavy hitters in philanthropy and entertainment who share the same core values and mission to serve and provide excellent partnership and care.

A 13-time All-Star and five-time World Series champion with the New York Yankees, Rivera is MLB’s career leader in saves (652) and games finished (952). Rivera won five American League Rolaids Relief Man Awards and three Delivery Man of the Year Awards, and he finished in the top three in voting for the AL Cy Young Award four times. If your company is interested in Mariano Rivera’s Speaking Fee, contact AthletePromotions at 888.246.7141.

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