Creativas Group honored me once again by asking me to host “ELECTRO NIGHT,” an event to launch the all new Title sports drink! The event was a huge success and many athletes and Miami-ans came to support the festivities.
One of the faces of Title, Miami Dolphins Ronnie Brown (center) made a cameo appearance…
Several professional athletes turned out for the festivities including Miami Dolphins (l-r) Nate Jones, Anthony Fasano, and Akin Ayodele, along with the man behind Title and NBA San Antonio Spurs Roger Mason Jr.
Here I am with my WSVN fam – Odette, Whitney and my co-host for the evening, Donovan.
And of course DJ Irie was holding it down on the turntables! Make sure you vote for him in the McDonald’s DJ Flavor Battle! http://flavorbattle.com
Thumbnails – Aubrey, Git Fresh and FUBU founder Daymond John with the Title Girls
It only took Manny Pacquiao 2 rounds to “do his job” and KNOCKOUT the Brit, Ricky Hatton! The Pacman is definitely putting Filipino’s on the map and giving all Pinoy’s something to get excited about. I’m hearing the whispers that Mayweather will be next, sometime later this year. I doubt Floyd is gonna be okay with everyone calling Manny Pacquiao the POUND FOR POUND BEST in boxing. So, bring it on…that’s a fight I’ll have to see in person!
Today was a busy and BIG day for my show, On The Flipside!! We got a great placement in Daily Candy in their e-newsletter for “What to Do This Weekend” guide! It’s a very good look as they reach thousands all over the U.S. and in London, and I’m already getting a lot of interest emails, so we gotta keep the momentum going!
And…you can now download your favorite and keep up with the newest episodes of On The Flipside on Apple iTunes. I am now an official podcaster! What’s next!?!? Stay tuned…
My heart goes out to the 3 men (Marquis Cooper, Corey Smith and William Bleakley) lost at sea off Florida’s west coast. I have been praying since I learned of their situation over the weekend, and I can’t imagine what their families must be going through…such a sudden, tragic and heartbreaking situation.
I particularly feel more connected to the story because I knew Marquis through mutual friends and I worked with his Dad, Bruce, in the sports department at KPNX in Phoenix, where we also hosted, Friday Night Fever (high school football show) together. He always spoke so highly of his only son and was the ever-proud father, even donning Marquis’ Tampa Bay jersey for one of our shows. I remain hopeful and will continue to pray and keep them all in my thoughts and prayers.