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Mets legend Mike Piazza wants you to buy his vodka. because it's Italian

3 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

“We have to start off in Italian because it's Italian vodka.”
Mike Piazza expressed his gratitude in Italian, unprompted, by dropping a “grazie a tutti” four different times during a Friday night event promoting True Vodka, his latest business endeavor.
“The Italian part is something that we're very proud of,” said Piazza, who not long ago purchased an Italian soccer team only to sink them into bankruptcy.
True Vodka, according to their own marketing material, is for rich people. They've identified their target demographic as people aged 30-50 with household income ranging from $125,000 to...
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