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Suits That Rock returns to The Carnegie Suits That Rock is back and celebrating 10 years of performing for a cause. On Saturdays, June 17 and 24, 40 local business and community leaders will take to the Otto M. Budig stage at The Carnegie for Suits That Rock X: A Decade of Greatest Hits. Each year Suits performers leave the boardroom behind to get on stage and raise money for youth arts education programming at The Carnegie. Over the past 10 years, concerts have raised $683,569 and that money has made a huge impact. More than 316,000 arts education hours provided to students, More than

30,000 students impacted. More than 60 schools and organizations involved. In honor of the 10-year milestone, the Suits will pay homage to past performances bringing back their greatest hits including songs such as Hotel California, Lady Marmalade Smooth. They’ll also add 13 new songs to the list including “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” “Edge of Seventeen” and “You Belong With Me.” While the core roster of Suits remains the same from year to year, each year a handful of guest Suits join the lineup. Joining this year are Rick Dews, global senior cate-

gory manager, strategic sourcing for Milacron; Steve Tebeau, president of InnerCircle; Matt Godsted, assistant vice president, Western and Southern Financial Group, and Brent Seelmeyer, president, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Cincinnati. Tickets to Suits That Rock X: A Decade of Greatest Hits are $60 for Mezzanine, $85 for Orchestra, per person (reserved seat), and include a commemorative Suits That Rock mug, light bites, and of course a rockin’ good time. A cash bar and valet parking will be available. Doors open at 7

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p.m. each evening with performances kicking off at 8 p.m. Tickets will be available by calling The Carnegie Box Office at (859) 957-1940 (Tuesday - Fridat noon - 5 p.m.) or online at www.thecarnegie.com.

2017 Suits That Rock line up Cliff Adams - CCM faculty member and musical tradesman; Sheila Baker team leader, Keller Williams Associate Partners; Ramona Blaine - talent placement director, AlliedBarton Security Services; Gary Bockelman chief operating officer, Wood and Lamping LLP; Tom Bosse - principal, Bosse Law, PLLC; Paul Bromwell - chief information officer, Frost Brown Todd LLC; Sarah Cameron - associate attorney, commercial litigation, Dinsmore and Shohl LLP; Kevin Canafax - Midwest vice president public affairs,

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