Perhaps the hardest job in professional football is that of the Punt Returner, who tries to avoid being torn to shreds by very large, rapidly approaching human beings. Our guest today on Sea Change Radio is Tim Dwight, who was a Kick Returner and Wide Receiver in the NFL for ten years. He now applies his David vs. Goliath skills to the solar industry, where he competes against fossil fuel giants and advocates for better energy policies as a solar lobbyist and an executive for a solar EPC, or Engineering Procurement and Construction company.
Fox Audience Strategy, which promotes diverse voices across 21st Century Fox's entertainment businesses, served as the presenting sponsor of the 5th annual WISE Los Angeles Women of Inspiration Awards on Thursday, November 20. Women in Sports and Events (WISE) is a leading professional resource for women in the sports business.
The U.S. celebrated Veterans' Day on November 11, and 21st Century Fox businesses recognized the occasion by paying tribute to the men and women who have and continue to serve in the nation's armed forces.
Tom Carpenter, Director of Sustainability Services, Waste Management
From the tailgate, to the start of a game, to the mad dash out the parking lot, fans (especially “die-hards”) are familiar with the rituals of seeing their favorite team in action. It’s really a big celebration when you think about it. After all, where else do you see so many beverages, food and face paint than at a party?
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2014 THE RECORD by Andrew Wyrich
North Jersey residents looking to rid themselves of electronic waste in an environmentally friendly way braved frigid temperatures on Tuesday morning at the Fair Lawn headquarters of e-waste handler AnythingIT as part of a joint program between the National Football League and telecommunications company Verizon.
The NFL has been holding environmentally related events ahead of the Super Bowl next month at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.
UnitedHealthcare employees and Buccaneers representatives volunteer at Arbor Place Apartments
TAMPA, Fla., November 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Volunteers of America of Florida, UnitedHealthcare and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers celebrated the kitchen renovation, installation of new outdoor exercise equipment, and exterior renovations at Arbor Place Apartments today.
Arbor Place Apartments, a Volunteers of America of Florida facility, supports people with mental illnesses, chronically homeless citizens, veterans and families. The much-needed upgrades were made possible thanks to funding by UnitedHealthcare.
“Pinking of the Canal” Event Highlights Month-Long Celebration
INDIANAPOLIS – The Indianapolis Colts will once again add a touch of pink to their traditional blue and white color palette as the team joins the NFL’s national “A Crucial Catch” campaign in partnership with the American Cancer Society to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month and encourage annual screenings for women over forty.
Defensive lineman partnering with Verizon Foundation, A Call to Men for seminar with coaches to prevents
The Baltimore Sun gave readers a preview of what participants could expect from the April 16th, A Call To Coaches: Your Voice Counts training - a seminar to help coaches combat domestic violence by teaching athletes to be men of good character.
By Aaron Wilson
Ravens defensive lineman Chris Canty plans to deliver a strong message to hundreds of middle school, high school, college and youth coaches to try to prevent domestic violence.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell had just delivered a speech to employees of General Electric last fall in Columbus, Ohio, when he and GE chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt began discussing what could be done to make football safer, particularly the treatment of concussions.