Help young athletes become high school stars like this youth wrestling club: https://www.youthletic.com/cincinnati-oh/articles/elder-kids-wrestling-club-using-fundamentals-to-create-high-school-stars/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=organic_promotion
Big thanks to Tyler Russell and the team at Impakter Magazine for profiling Sports and Social Change, and highlighting my work with Special Olympics World Games 2015 and Adaptive Sports programs > "How One Sports Marketing Company Impacts Social Change."
Respect is at the center of the player-coach relationship. With a setting that is based on respectful behavior, all members of a team can thrive. A parent’s role in helping a child to have a good relationship with a coach is one of instruction, encouragement and support. Unless you, the parent, are the one doing the coaching, it’s not possible to control how the coaching is handled. However, you can work to provide positive support that will enable a child to have a good experience.
PepsiCo has a long history of supporting veterans and was named one of the Top 100 Military-Friendly Employers by G.I. Jobs magazine in 2013. We are also proud to support organizations that are helping wounded veterans and their caregivers. PepsiCo sponsored a team of elite amateur athletes in the 33rd Annual Race Across America cross-country bicycle race in June 2014. The team raced to raise money to help wounded veterans. #Veterans #Diversity #Workplace