Aaron, by sharing his talent and dedication to excellence with young kids, hopes to encourage the younger generation to excel in both academics and sports through hard work, commitment and community support. "I invite all baseball players and fans – especially teens and youth – to join me in Dacula on Mar 1. You will see firsthand the excitement of youth involvement in baseball” said Aaron.
Aaron, poised to become a dominant player on the mens competitive softball tour, has coached and played in several tournaments since 2003. He played for such sponsored teams as Hooters, Dynapep Energy Drink, Lee Sports and Under Armour before breaking his shoulder thus ending his career.
Aaron, has teamed up with U48 Fitness, Jack City Sports Center and Dove Sports to provide such an event to young athletes. He invites major corporations, foundations, business owners, professional athletes, celebrities, sports organizations, community groups and individuals to show their support for the community-sponsored baseball event and to demonstrate the importance of providing continuous support to talented youth.
Dove Sports is a major sponsor of the event and will give away a custom made youth wood bat to the lucky young athlete who wins the home run derby. The event will feature additional prizes and great food. Admission to the event is free, pick up a copy of Southern Mayhem for $10 to participate in the events and have a ticket placed in the raffle for other great prizes.
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About Aaron Williams
Aaron Williams, a resident of Atlanta, is a natural athlete who began playing mens competitive softball after playing several seasons of baseball from the age of 7 and through college. In 2006, he achieved his degree in Sports and Recreational Management and immediately began working for the Atlanta Braves. After one full season with the Braves he transitioned to a role with ABA basketball team, Atlanta Vision, as the Community and Basketball Relations Manager. During this time he forged great relationships with up and coming professional athletes and in 2009 opened up the doors to Performance Plus Sports as the CEO, working with professional athletes in providing sport specific training camps. Since closing the doors a year later due to the downed economy Aaron began writing about his experiences as an athlete, coach and participant in professional sports arena. His current book, Southern Mayhem, is available online, in ebook format and signed copies are available at his website. Aaron currently volunteers his free time coaching baseball at Dacula Athletic Association and is excited about this new adventure working within the area he grew up in and giving back to the community where he works, lives and plays.
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