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NFL Players and Stevie Baggs CETA Foundation Weekend To Empower ATL Youth

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

ATLANTA, GA.—NFL players will join the ranks of local entertainers and community leaders during the CETA Foundation’s Weekend with Stevie Baggs on July 9-10, 2010. CETA will play host to some of the NFL’s most philanthropic players as they come together for the empowerment and enrichment of the youth in the Atlanta community!

“I have a passion to give back knowledge. Knowledge is effective when you share it with someone else, so that it may assist in one becoming more independent,” said Stevie Baggs, who is also President of the CETA Foundation. “Furthermore, philanthropy is monument to me, for I understand that in life we do not because we know not. So I am here to share knowledge about the game of life and football while striving to make a difference in the lives of these young people as well.”

During the 2nd Annual Stevie Baggs Football Camp and Life Skills Clinic, Baggs will host more than 150 youth from local Boys & Girls Clubs and other metro Atlanta youth organizations for free. Additionally, this year’s camp will feature training sessions for hearing impaired athletes. ”This year I decided to support the hearing impaired through my football camp because of my mentor Demaral Beasley of World Class Courier. He has two children who were left out of sports growing up because they are hearing impaired, so we wanted to include them and other athletes who are hearing impaired into this year’s event. We want to empower everyone through CETA.” Local youth from Berkmar High School will attend this year’s camp and receive special instruction from hearing impaired trained football coaches.

Sponsors and partners of this year’s camp include The CETA Foundation, The Atlanta Public School System and The New Schools at Carver, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta, Glory Sports Consultants, EllaBee PR, Vitamin Water, Deeply Rooted, Imperial Productions, Frito-Lay, Subway, World Class Courier, ESP Athletics, Hilton Atlanta, Citi Financial, Monster Energy Drinks, State Farm Insurance, Ted’s and more.

Additional Camp details: Hosted at The New Schools at Carver at 55 McDonough Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30315. The camp is open to all youth ages 10-18. Camp times are 9am-3pm daily. All campers will receive lunch for both days, a camp T-shirt, autograph memorabilia, goodie bag and more. The camp fee is $75 for both days. Day #1 of the two-day camp will feature life-skills and mentor-ship workshops, with Media Personality and Empowerment Speaker Tangie Larkin from Workshops For Life, and an interactive panel session with guest speakers from the NFL, the Atlanta Police and Fire Departments, Fulton County Health Department and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Day #2 will include on-field activities and drills with current and former NFL and CFL players.For more information or to register please visit www.cetafoundation.org. Discounts apply for youth groups and local athletic teams. Spaces are limited!

Confirmed And Invited Guests Include:

Joey Porter (Arizona Cardinals), Greg Toler (Arizona Cardinals), Calais Campbell (Arizona Cardinals), Dominique Rogers-Cromatie (Arizona Cardinals), Rennie Curran (Tennessee Titans), Clint Sessions (Indianapolis Colts), Ahmad Carroll (NY Jets), Damion Cook (Detroit Lions), Juran Bolden (Atlanta Falcons), Tashard Choice (Dallas Cowboys), Hannibal Navies (San Francisco 49ers), Mike Adams (Pittsburgh Steelers), Renauld Williams (Pittsburgh Steelers), Will Davis  (AZ Cardinals), Damion Cook (Detroit Lions), Vernon Carey (Miami Dolphins) and more!     ***Participating players are available for interviews.

About The CETA Foundation

CETA, (Creating Empowerment Through Autonomy) encourages youth to aspire for achievement and success beyond athletics and entertainment. The foundation evokes a vision to expose youth to the positive side of reality, empowering them to be successful in life. CETA is a registered 501(c)3, has effectively served Georgia’s communities for the past five years and continues to provide youth an opportunity for growth through life skills workshops such as Determining Your Success, Sexual Awareness/Personal Hygiene and Financial Economic Challenges, and through community football camps.

About The New Schools at Carver

The New Schools at Carver offers a new way of learning for its students. National studies show that students perform better in smaller, more personalized settings. Each school on campus is designed to function autonomously. The new schools offer students the opportunity to attend a high school that is aligned with their interests and allows for real-world career connections. Each school has a principal, a designated staff, a unique instructional program, and a maximum capacity of 400 students.

For all sponsorship/partnership or volunteer inquiries please contact:

Lola Robinson

CETA Foundation

[email protected]

1- 866-797-0665

For all media inquiries please contact:

Alisha Alford                                                      Lila Brown

Glory Sports Consultants                                    EllaBeePR

[email protected] [email protected]

404.399.9828                                                     816.267.0678

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