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Four-Time Olympian Steps Up to Help Educate Young People About the Dangers of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Substances

McKinney, Texas (September 17, 2018) – The Taylor Hooton Foundation announced today that four-time Olympian Katie Uhlaender has joined its ALL ME Advisory Board. The Taylor Hooton Foundation is widely acknowledged as the leader in the advocacy against appearance and performance enhancing substance use by the youth of America.

“We are honored and excited to have Katie join our ALL ME Advisory Board,” said Taylor Hooton Foundation President Donald Hooton, Jr. “It is so important that our young people have positive role models to look up to, especially when it comes to the topic of competing in sports and in life by doing things the right way and without the use of drugs. Katie is an incredible athlete who has reached the pinnacle of her sport who can inspire young people to following in her footsteps. Combine an inspiring athlete with our education campaign, and you have an effective weapon against this national epidemic.”

Uhlaender loves to ski and snowboard which was one of the reasons she began skeleton in 2003. She has competed in four Winter Olympic Games and eight World Championships!

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“As a long-time clean competitor, I’m excited to expand my commitment to training clean by joining the Taylor Hooton Foundation’s ALL ME Advisory Board,” Uhlaender said. “I believe in competing clean and representing my country with integrity. I’m excited to stand up as a positive role model of doing things the right way.”

The “ALL ME” Advisory Board was formed in 2014 with eight active Major League Baseball players and, by 2015, included at least one player from each of the 30 MLB teams.

See Katie’s THF web page here:  https://allmeleague.com/advisory-board/katie-uhlaender/ 

About The Taylor Hooton Foundation

The Taylor Hooton Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to educating North America’s young people about the dangers of anabolic steroids and other appearance and performance enhancing substances.   The friends and family of Taylor Hooton formed the Foundation in 2004 after his untimely death at 17 years old following his use of anabolic steroids.

For more information about the Taylor Hooton Foundation and its efforts, please visit www.taylorhooton.org and www.allmeleague.com.

CONTACT:   Rick Cerrone / Rick Cerrone Communications, (914) 715-5491 / rick@rickcerrone.com

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