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Charlie Batch tells MSN Sports: ‘Cam is a trendsetter, trail blazer’

Super Bowl 50 Media Week is heating up, and Charlie has been a part of the action!

Yesterday, he was featured on MSN Sports, talking about the elite group of quarterbacks who have achieved multiple Superbowl wins, and praising Cam Newton’s skills as both a passer and a runner, calling him “a trendsetter and a trail blazer.”

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Charlie Batch tells MSN Sports: ‘Cam is a trendsetter, trail blazer’

Charlie Batch, Impellia, Sign 1st License with Pitt, More Deals Expected

The Pittsburgh Business Times announced today that Charlie Batch’s company, Impellia, has signed a license for a University of Pittsburgh-developed technology known as PIVOT. Developed by researchers at UPMC Sports Medicine, it assesses stability of the knee’s anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and determines how significant an ACL injury is.

“We are extremely excited about the market potential of PIVOT,” said Batch in a statement. “Through our team’s growth-oriented approach, extensive domain expertise, and sales network, we have the means to build a broad platform for the technology. We are thrilled that the Innovation Institute has recognized our ability to execute significant marketing strategies and bring real-world applications to its technologies.”

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Charlie Batch, Impellia, Sign 1st License with Pitt, More Deals Expected

Charlie Talks About Championship Match Ups on Fox Business

Charlie appeared on Fox Business “After the Bell” to talk about Brady vs Manning this weekend. In the interview, Charlie tells host David Asmin to expect Manning to, “step up and deliver because he’s been there before.”

Hear the rest of Charlie’s take on the game by watching the clip here. 

Charlie Batch to Speak in Bedford County on Feb. 16

The Altoona Mirror announced that Charlie Batch will be speaking at the Bedford County Chamber Foundation’s John Anderson Distinguished Speaker Series on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016 at the Bedford Elks Country Club.

“We are so excited to welcome Charlie Batch to Bedford County,” said Chamber Foundation Executive Director Kellie Goodman Shaffer. “Certainly, Steeler fans will be thrilled to hear from a long-time member of the Black and Gold, but Mr. Batch has a compelling life story, and has made a tremendous impact far beyond the football field. His excellence on the gridiron as well as his commitment to his community have made him a sports leader and a servant leader, making him a perfect fit for an event benefiting the educational programs of the Bedford County Chamber Foundation.”

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