Correction notice: In the news release, “New Book Helps Female College Athletes Transition in Life After College” issued on 8/4/16, we are advised that Angela Hucles’ title should read President of Women’s Sports Foundation rather than CEO as originally issued inadvertently. Deborah Slaner Larkin is the CEO of Women’s Sports Foundation. The complete corrected release follows:
Looking for a fun and muddy way to help an important charity? Then register for the 8th annual Delaware Mud Run, which will be held on Sunday, Sept. 18, at Frightland in Middletown, DE. The Leukemia Research Foundation of Delaware will receive 100 percent of the proceeds from this year’s 5K obstacle race.
The story of one man’s battle against cancer has ignited a movement in his community.
Shaheed Joosub, CEO of Swat Special Ops and community crime fighter , tops Amazon.com best seller list after the book released in the United States. Shaheed’s book, Expert Mavericks, takes you on a journey of thirteen business leaders through their road to success.
T. Allen Hanes Publishing Group and The Umbrella Syndicate begins the search for Dentists to be included in their upcoming “Keep Smiling” Celebrity Edition book project that will benefit Leader Dogs for The Blind.
Pacific Neuro Therapy founder, Jeron Mastrud, has a driving passion for helping current and former NFL players since he’s experienced the pain they go through. He wants to help those still playing remain on the field and those that are retired to live a functional, active life with a process that provides immediate and lasting injury and pain relief.
Baseball USA becomes Houston-based Program 15’s new home for Player Training and Development.
Program 15 President and Director of Development, Jeremy Booth, confirms Major League Baseball veterans Bob Watson, Chuck McElroy and Ken Harvey have joined the Baseball Player Development program’s team of faculty and advisors.
New Performance Lifestyle Brand “Dollar Shots Club” raises the bar for energy drink companies.
Bill Westerlund PGA teaching professional has discovered the “missing link” in the golf swing that keeps a professional from making cuts. Bill is searching for PGA touring professionals to receive complimentary training.
NFL players and recording artists will play in a celebrity basketball game at Capital Christian Center on Saturday, April 16, 2016. Doors will open at 10:00 a.m. and the game will last until 1:30 p.m. The proceeds will benefit the Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento.