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August 3, 2023
THF Becomes Charity Partner with NEW Stadium Crush App
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   TAYLOR HOOTON FOUNDATION BECOMES CHARITY PARTNER WITH BRAND NEW “STADIUM CRUSH” APP The Taylor Hooton Foundation will be a Featured Charity with the New “Stadium Crush” App – a Family-Friendly Mobile Phone Game   McKinney, Texas (Thursday, August 3, 2023) – The Taylor Hooton Foundation has been selected as a featured charity in the new family-friendly app, “Stadium Crush,” the Foundation announced today. The Taylor Hooton Foundation is widely acknowledged as the leader in the advocacy against the use of Appearance and Performance Enhancing Substances by the youth of America. “We’re excited as an organization to be part of this very unique family-friendly app,” said Taylor Hooton Foundation President Donald Hooton, Jr. “It’s a really neat game everyone can play on their device that will keep any fan connected to their favorite teams. We’re thankful that (Stadium Crush CEO) PJ Putnam and his team invited us to be one of their Charity Partners. This will allow those who are playing the game to learn more about our important work.” Users can download Stadium Crush on their Android or Apple phones starting on August 9th. This will give the user some time to get familiar with the app and how it works so they’re prepared to participate during the American Legion World Series. Stadium Crush will officially launch its live play on August 10, 2023 for the start of the World Series.   CONTACT:   Rick Cerrone / Rick Cerrone Communications (914) 715-5491 / rick@rickcerrone.com   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.