Good Scout Award Luncheon

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Honoring Chris Cole with the 2018 Good Scout Award

Located at the Duke Energy Convention Center Grand Ballroom

Attend the Good Scout Award Luncheon to support the nation’s largest youth-serving organization & network with 1,200 other guests from major companies in town at one of Greater Cincinnati’s largest annual fundraising events!

Chris founded Intelligrated in 2001 and has more than 30 years of experience in the high technology capital equipment and services industry. His hard work positioned Intelligrated as an industry leader in providing intelligent, automated material handling solutions for some of the nation’s biggest brands.

Chris has been an active volunteer in Cincinnati. He has served as the chapter chairman for the American Red Cross and has also served on many campaign committees for the United Way and Cincinnati Arts Festival, while sitting on the board of directors for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Chris is an Eagle Scout, a director of the Gleason Corporation, of Rochester, N.Y., and the Wireless Xcessories Group of Philadelphia. In addition, he is also chairman of the Cincinnati Chamber USA Regional Foundation and a member of the Federal Reserve of Cleveland’s Cincinnati Business Advisory Council.

Chris attended the Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia, and received his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University and an MBA from Harvard University.

Joe Theismann is an entrepreneur and the former star quarterback for the Washington Redskins.

 A 12-year NFL veteran, Theismann played in 163 consecutive games from 1974-1985 and holds Redskins’ records for passing yardage (25,206), completions (2.044) and attempts (3,602). A
two-time Pro Bowl selection, Theismann led Washington to a 27-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl XVII.

Joe was selected the NFL’s “Man of the Year” in 1982 for his community service and dedication to the health and welfare of children. He won the league’s 1983 “Most Valuable Player” Award for leading the Redskins to an NFL-recorded 541 points and a second consecutive Super Bowl appearance. His career ended abruptly in 1985 after sustaining a broken leg during a game against the New York Giants on national television.

Joe was a Boy Scout, having achieved the rank of Life.

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