Stone’s Greg Koch Giving Commencement Speech @ Cuyamaca College Today

30 May 2012

imageI had a really great undergrad commencement speaker, but color me a litle jealous of Cuyamaca College's class of 2012.  I guess the real question is did he shave his beard first? (check the comments for Greg’s response)  News form the LaMesaPatch:

Stone Brewing Company CEO and co-founder Greg Koch is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at Cuyamaca College's 34th annual commencement ceremony today.

Nearly 700 students are expected to receive associate degrees and certificates of achievement during the ceremony, which is taking place at the college's Rancho San San Diego campus at 5:30 p.m. Koch was chosen to be this year's keynote speaker because of his longstanding commitment to resource conservation, according to the college's website.

"I hope to share a little bit of insight and offer encouragement to the graduates to make their own way in the world and at the same time, take personal responsibility to do their share to protect this place where we live," Koch said in a statement.

2 comments (click to read or post):

Greg Koch 30 May, 2012 15:14  

To answer your question: Hell no!

mybeerbuzz 30 May, 2012 15:20  

Ha! I knew it! Welcome to the Buzz (That's beer not razor-buzz)....have fun with the speech tonight. (PS My commencement speaker was Martin Sheen) ;)

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