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Marshall is the writer and creative director of well over a hundred national and regional television and radio commercials and jingles, as well as a contributor to various national publications, published short-story author, produced playwright and screenwriter.
Marshall's love of sports came from his desire to connect with his father. He hails from suburban Detroit, where he is a lifelong Tigers, Pistons and Lions fan (although he was Lions-free during the entire Millen era, timing his exit perfectly) and Red Wings appreciator.
Marshall loves sports most for its emotional and human side, and has never met an underdog he didn't root for (unless they were playing a Detroit team).
Hey man, would love to talk to you about an opportunity covering the Lions. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get you some info
Am I out of your article now? I hope so. I'm so sorry. I don't know how/why I kept the lock after publishing the article.
Thanks for the heads-up.
I am fine, thank you. Go easy on yourself Mr. Multi-talented, looking forward to reading your articles.
Hey buddy, where are you? I miss your articles!
Great articles! Fair, unbiased, balanced. Very fun to read, there is a sense of humor here and there. Totally not dull and boring. You totally analyze before you write (or type?), kudos to that. (Unlike other BR writers who should change their title to "BS writer").
New publications Marshall http://hourocketsbr.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/relembre-o-time-rockets-1994/ and http://hourocketsbr.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/porque-contratar-dwight-howard/
I like your medal collection Zweig! Fancy, fancy.
The ESPN in Brazil is increasingly inflating the population, seems to be the only station that is next to the people and are tired of the way that Brazil is, is a lot of corruption and a lot of media manipulation outside ESPN, any questions ask me Marshall, the information given may not be correct.
The Brazil woke, as the international press has spoken of demonstrations in Brazil, Marshall?