Three years ago, doctors informed golfer Joseph Bramlett his career could be over as a result of a severe back injury. Resilient in his pursuit, Bramlett endured countless hours of rehab and practice with the goal to return to the course and to major competition.
After making bogey on his 18th hole of the opening round at the Web.com Tour season-opening Panama Claro Championship, Joseph Bramlett was all smiles - practically beaming - as he walked toward the scoring tent.
That's because the score didn't matter. Bramlett had completed his first competitive round since June 2013, making some good swings en route to a 2-under 68. And after suffering through a debilitating back injury for two years, his body was feeling good. Those were the important things.
For the third consecutive year, the NFL provided Dairy Management Inc the opportunity to gain national exposure by filming a :90 second vignette and airing it during a nationally televised NFL game. The vignette was aired during Thursday Night Game between the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers on December 3rd expanded awareness of the program to more than 12.5M+ viewers.
Described by the NFL as the “only award that recognizes a current NFL player for outstanding community service activities as well as excellence on the field,” the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award presented by Nationwide is, perhaps, the most unique award given out by the NFL.
Team Services has officially partnered with the Philadelphia-based Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts as it seeks to attract corporate naming rights for multiple properties. Specifically, Team Services will support the Kimmel Center by consulting on all sales-related targeting and outreach associated with the greater performing arts campus, a premium plaza performance space and the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts.
Team Services procured College Football Hall of Fame member Lou Holtz and Pro Football Hall of Fame member Franco Harris for the National Dairy Council’s Annual Meeting. Lou Holtz provided a keynote speech to the 500 individuals representing varying aspects of the dairy industry in the room, delivering a “Game Plan for Success”. Franco Harris served as an honorary guest and joined U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack on stage to thank him for his efforts and support of the dairy industry.