Cincinnati’s Chuck Hildebrant
Chuck Hildebrant from Cincinnati Ohio is known as a successful entrepreneur and someone deeply involved in the community. Chuck has ran many successful businesses in both Cincinnati Ohio and parts of South Florida. Chuck Hildebrant is a passionate telecommunications leader with broad experience across the business.
Oak Wireless Group
Oaks Wireless Group boutique firm that brings 35 years experience in the wireless arena. We design Street Furniture for stealth camouflage Small Cell, DAS & WiFi deployments where in many cases, do not require the normal permitting headaches. Our patent pending products are revolutionary.
We also source crews in the wireless and fiber space for carriers, turf vendors and large tier one companies, and assist smaller companies to gain access to much larger companies, and assist with financing small to mid size fiber and wireless companies.
Kylan Group is a consultancy group in the full service wireless arena with 32 years experience. We assist carriers and clients secure subs in all areas of the country and in all aspects of wireless.
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One of the nations largest turn key wireless construction, site acquisition and build to suit providers. Former board member of the CTIA. This was one of Chuck Hildebrant’s first Cincinnati businesses.
Chuck Hildebrant Baseball
Chuck has always had a passion for baseball. Chuck has been an little league coach for his kids and even a majority owner of the minor league team Florence Freedom. In 2004 the Teams first season was played in Hamilton Ohio on the Miami University campus. Chuck Hildebrant Florence Freedom was originally named the Johnstown Johnnies prior to moving to the Cincinnati, OH area. The Florence Freedom were part of the independent frontier league in 2003. The first year was a difficult one for the team, finishing 12th place in the league. The Hamilton location also made it tough for fans to make it to the games. To try and bring some more excitement to the Florence Freedom, the team tapped into their connections with the Cincinnati Reds. They hired former Red star Chris Sabo as manager and then former Red pitcher Tom Browning. Once the team move to Champion Windows field in their home city things began to pick up. Attendance was better than ever and the team started winning games.
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