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My passion for sports on the professional level has been with me for a long time. I built great relationships with pro sports players and organizations; witch was a key factor in getting seniors working at major sporting events.
With honest, ethical, hard-work, I have been successfully writing sports articles that have been published in many major media networks thought the US.
I'm the host of Andy on Air, a new podcast show.
Because I'm passionate and productive about sports media, I've built long lasting and meaningful relationships with current and retired pro athletes, coaches, and agent’s through-out the NFL, NBA, MLB, and the NCAA.
I've successfully built trusted relationships with news and sports writers, broadcasters, anchors, editors, and media professionals from major networks and sports media, such as CBS Sports, Fox Sports, and ESPN News to name a few.
Getting to the top of any profession is extremely difficult; staying there is even tougher. The most successful people in the world surround themselves with individuals who are unconditionally committed to their success. I'm one of those people.
I can assure that the passion and energy I have for this industry will surpass even my highest expectations.
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