From humble beginnings, Harris Rosen has built one of the largest independently owned hotel groups in the country. But a hotelier is not what Rosen is; it’s simply what he does. Rosen is family man, an educator, a healthcare provider, a swimmer, a legendary philanthropist and a passionate advocate for civil rights and racial equality. And he’s issuing a challenge to other business leaders around the country — why aren’t you investing in your communities and in your people, too?
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