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Kevin O’Leary of ‘Shark Tank’ to give free talk on maintaining wealth

Megan Tomasic
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Kevin O’Leary, of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” is slated to speak at Pittsburgh’s Byham Theater on July 30, starting at 6 p.m.

O’Leary will speak on keys to moving ahead and getting the edge on business ventures.

O’Leary founded a computer software company that he eventually sold for $3.6 billion. He also founded O’Leary Funds, an investment fund company, and O’Leary Fine Wines and has written a series of books on financial literacy. He has appeared on the Discovery Channel’s “Project Earth” and CBC’s “Dragons’ Den.”

According to his website, O’Leary often speaks about his upbringing and lessons he learned from his parents and stepfather, what it’s like to be on ‘Shark Tank’ and his beliefs on success, entrepreneurship, money, hard work and sales. The event website says guests will learn the keys to success, how to escape the daily grind and critical tools to grow wealth.

The event is free to the public, who can register at kevin.onwealthevents.com.

Megan Tomasic is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Megan at 724-850-1203, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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