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TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION FOUNDER APPLAUDS THE PUBLICATION OF BILL KASHATUS’ NEW BOOK, “SUICIDE SQUEEZE”
Heartbreaking Story of Steroids-Related Suicides by Two Promising Young Athletes Sparked the Formation of Educational Foundation and Mobilized
Major League Baseball’s Campaign Against Steroid Use
McKinney, Texas (Thursday, January 26, 2017) – The tragic deaths of Taylor Hooton and Rob Garibaldi, because of their use of anabolic steroids, served as catalysts for the formation of the Taylor Hooton Foundation and have been documented in the new book, Suicide Squeeze (Temple University Press), by author and long-time educator, Bill Kashatus.… Continue Reading...
March 7th, 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Shannon Michelle
MLB WORLD SERIES CHAMP BRIAN BOEHRINGER DRAFTED
TO PRODUCE MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
March 7th, 2016,
Brian Boehringer, who won his 1996 World Series ring pitching for the New York Yankees, has been drafted again. Producers Andy W. Meyer and Shannon Michelle brought him on to help produce their latest motion picture “Swing & a Miss: The Taylor Hooton Story.” written by: Dan Neves, all from St.… Continue Reading...
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TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION’S ADVISORY BOARD NOW INCLUDES REPRESENTATIVES FROM ALL 30 MAJOR LEAGUE TEAMS
31 Players Step Up to Educate Young People
About the Dangers of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs
Nashville, TN (December 7, 2015) – The Taylor Hooton Foundation announced today that its “Advisory Board” of active players now includes at least one player from each of the 30 Major League teams.… Continue Reading...
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Contact: Susan Stout: Susan.Stout@gmail.com
THE TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION HOSTS FIRST ANNUAL ALL-STAR GALA:
ONE GLAMOROUS NIGHT
Frisco, Texas (April 16, 2015) – Over 250 guests attended the sold out inaugural All-Star Gala March 28, 2015 at The Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison TX, raising over $100K.… Continue Reading...
GETTY IMAGES TO SUPPORT TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION AS NATIONAL PARTNER
World Leader in Visual Communications and Respected
Educational Foundation Ink Three-Year Agreement
McKinney, TX (March 5, 2015) – Getty Images, the world leader in visual communications, has become a national partner of the Taylor Hooton Foundation.… Continue Reading...
McKinney, TX (February 27, 2015) – The Taylor Hooton Foundation, widely acknowledged as the leader in the advocacy against appearance and performance enhancing drug use by the youth of America, proudly announces its First Annual All-Star Gala – “One Glamorous Night.” The Gala dinner will be held on March 28, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.… Continue Reading...
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FIRST CHOICE LOAN SERVICES INC. STEPS UP TO SUPPORT TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION AS NATIONAL SPONSOR
New Jersey Financial Institution and Respected Educational Foundation Ink Three-Year Agreement
McKinney, TX (February 19, 2015) – First Choice Loan Services Inc., headquartered in East Brunswick, New Jersey, has become a national sponsor of the Taylor Hooton Foundation.… Continue Reading...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 2, 2015) – Aegis Sciences Corporation, founded in 1990 as a sports anti-doping laboratory, and the Taylor Hooton Foundation, the national leader in the effort to a national campaign to end the rampant use of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs, anabolic steroids and dietary supplements among America’s youth, announced a three-year partnership beginning in 2015.… Continue Reading...
CONTACT: Dave Kaplan – Director Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center 973-655-6891 / email@example.com
Rick Cerrone Communications – on behalf of the Taylor Hooton Foundation (914) 715-5491 / firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO: Don Hooton, president of the Taylor Hooton Foundation – the nation’s leading educator on appearance and performance enhancing drugs (APEDS) prevention.… Continue Reading...
Mets pitcher Dillon Gee was announced as one of twenty one charter “Advisory Board” members of the Taylor Hooton Foundation, a prominent organization devoted to discouraging performance-enhancing drugs in young athletes.
Gee is joined by Cincinnati’s Jay Bruce, Tampa Bay’s David DeJesus, Los Angeles’ Clayton Kershaw, Detroit’s Max Scherzer, L.A. of Anaheim’s C.J.… Continue Reading...