Michael Franzese: Reformed Mobster to Speak in Atlantic City

by Tom Lavecchia
Michael Franzese Atlantic City

Former Colombo crime family caporegime Michael Franzese will be speaking in Atlantic City on September 23, 2023 at 8 p.m Caesars Hotel and Casino. Franzese, who turned his back on the mob in the 1990s, will be sharing his story of crime, redemption, and hope with the New Jersey audience.

Franzese’s speech will be a fascinating look at his life in the mob, from his early days as a young gangster to his eventual decision to leave the life. He will discuss the violence, corruption, and greed of organized crime, but he will also talk about the hope and redemption that he found after he turned his life around.

Franzese’s story is one that resonates with many people in New Jersey. The state has a long history of organized crime, and many people have been touched by its violence and corruption. Franzese’s speech is a reminder that even the most hardened criminals can change their ways, and that there is hope for those who have been caught up in the mob lifestyle—or any illicit lifestyle for that matter.

In addition to his speech, Franzese will also be available for a meet and greet after the event. This is a rare opportunity to meet one of the most notorious mobsters in American history and learn more about his life and his story.

The event is sure to be a popular one, so tickets are expected to sell out quickly. If you are interested in attending, please visit the event website to purchase your tickets today.  Get your tickets here.

Event Details:

  • Date: September 23, 2023
  • Time: 8:00 p.m.
  • Location: Caesars Atlantic City

Check out an exclusive interview with Michael Franzese on the New Theory Podcast:

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Tom is a lifelong New Jersey resident, Rutgers and FDU alumni and the publisher of The Digest.

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