Facebook15Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityEight Saint Martin’s alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the Saint Martin’s athletic program will be inducted into the Saint Martin’s Athletic Hall of Fame and Hall of Honor Saturday, Feb. 11, as part of the University’s Homecoming 2017 festivities for alumni.The Hall of Fame and Hall of Honor Celebration is an annual tradition at Homecoming, which brings together alumni of Saint Martin’s High School, College and University.The 27th Hall of Fame/Hall of Honor ceremony and celebration begins at 3:30 p.m. at the University’s Norman Worthington Conference Center, 5300 Pacific Ave. SE. To register or for more information, please go to https://www.stmartin.edu/alumni-and-friends/news-and-events/homecomingSaint Martin’s College/University Hall of Fame HonoreesGerritt Eades – Men’s basketball, 1998-2002Gerritt Eades compiled 1,525 points during his Saint Martin’s University career, ranking him 6th all-time at Saint Martin’s. He made 18-32 field goals, and in one game against Alaska-Anchorage in 2002, scored 46 points, a Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) record. He ranks 14th all-time in the conference in points scored and field goals made. Eades averaged 14.4 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in 106 games during his career; he shot 45.6 percent from the field, 35.6 percent from the three-point line and 80 percent from the free-throw line. He had 15 career double-doubles, and in 2001, was named to the Second Team All-GNAC and Third Team Little All-Northwest.Blake Poole – Men’s basketball, 2007-2011Blake Poole was a five-time GNAC Player of the Week and was named GNAC Player of the Year in 2011. He also was honored as GNAC’s Freshman of the Year in 2008, and was named GNAC All-Conference First Team in both 2010 and 2011. Poole recorded 53 double-doubles and had seven 30-point games during his career. In the 2008-2009 season, Poole ranked 27th in scoring and sixth in rebounds nationally. In 2010-2011, he was second in rebounds. He was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ First Team and the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Division II Bulletin Third Team in 2011. That same season, he was chosen for the Coaches’ All-West Region First Team. He was also picked as a member of the Sports Information Directors’ All-West Region Team and holds the individual conference game record in rebounds, with 24, as well as the career record in offensive rebounds with 229 and total rebounds with 662.Jill Jensen-Webb – Women’s soccer, 2008-2011Jill Jensen-Webb played three years at Saint Martin’s, where she was named Most Valuable Player, First Team All-League and Second Team All-Regional as a sophomore. In 2008, she ranked nationally, placing 25th in points, 28th in points-per-game and 24th in assists-per-game. She was a four-time GNAC Player of the Week, and was honored by GNAC with the Newcomer of the Year Award in 2008 and Player of the Year Award in 2010. Jensen-Webb was a three-time GNAC All-Conference member and the only three-time winner in Saint Martin’s history. She also was a two-time GNAC All-Academic winner and holds GNAC records in multi-point games in a season (seven) and career (18), along with multi-goal games in a season (five) and career (11). Her GNAC records also include goals scored in three years, with 39. She is ranked seventh overall in GNAC history. Her Saint Martin’s career spanned 56 games, in which she had 23 assists and racked up 101 points for a 1.80 average, a GNAC record.Dara Zack – Women’s basketball, 2007-2011Dara Zack has a special place in Saint Martin’s history, both as the women’s leading scorer, with 1,503 points, and as the leading rebounder, with 831 rebounds. She also is first in field-goal percentage for a career at .474, and, in GNAC history, ranks seventh in rebounding. Zack was a three-time Academic All-Conference selection and a 2009 CoSIDA Academic All-West Region honoree. She was selected First-Team All-Conference in 2009 and 2011, and was named GNAC Player of the Week twice.Saint Martin’s High School Hall of FameMike Danford – Wrestling, 1968-1972In four years, Mike Danford posted a record of 72-9-1 and, as a freshman, won the city championship. He won the state championship at 136 lbs. as a sophomore, and was the first wrestler in Saint Martin’s history to bring home a first-place medal. As a junior, he took second in the state. Following his junior season, he was chosen to wrestle on the area’s All-Star Team against a Japanese cultural exchange team touring Washington. He went undefeated through the regular season as a senior, advancing to the state championships for the fourth year in a row. Danford was co-captain of his team in 1971-72, and was three times the recipient of his team’s Most Valuable Player Award. During his senior year, he also served as acting head coach.Joe Monroe – basketball, baseball and football, 1964-1968Joe Monroe was a valued member of the basketball and baseball team. During his junior year, he also was quarterback for the football team. That season, he led the Central League in basketball, scoring 199 points, and helped his team win the league in football with a 6-0-1 record. In basketball, he topped off his senior year by finishing third in the conference, with 186 points in basketball. During high school, he also was class secretary his senior year, M-Club vice president for two years and a member of the school band. Monty Walker – coach of football and track, 1960-1969Monty Walker coached and also taught at Saint Martin’s from 1960 through 1969. He coached basketball for two years, and football and track for nine. He also founded the school’s wrestling program during his tenure. In 1965, the high school’s football team he coached went undefeated and was ranked first in the state. Coach Walker was seldom without a stopwatch and whistle around his neck. Sportsmanship and humility were expected and taught by Coach Walker throughout his career.Saint Martin’s Hall of HonorBob Whitney ’71Bob Whitney entered Saint Martin’s as a freshman in 1967, the same year the Pavilion opened, and has long been a stalwart supporter of Saints Athletics. Before graduating, he attended many basketball games, something he kept doing after graduation. He served as a scorekeeper during the Coach Dick Kaufman era until he moved to Bellingham. In 1976, he returned to the area when his first wife, Eileen, was asked to start the women’s basketball program at Saint Martin’s College. He became an assistant coach. His affiliation with the University spans many areas, and includes membership on the Hall of Fame selection committee. For 20 years, he has been a volunteer driver for athletes. He also has served as Saint Martin’s Athletic Foundation vice president. Whitney has continued to attend nearly all home basketball games, both men’s and women’s, and many away-games. His support for Saints Athletics does not stop at basketball. He is a regular at many other University sporting events and at the annual Saint Martin’s Golf Classic each summer.Saint Martin’s University is an independent, four-year, coeducational university located on a wooded campus of more than 300 acres in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one of 14 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s University prepares students for successful lives through its 25 majors and seven graduate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education, nursing and engineering. Saint Martin’s welcomes more than 1,243 undergraduate students and 277 graduate students from many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its Lacey campus, and 350 more students to its extended campus at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Visit the Saint Martin’s University website at www.stmartin.edu.
Image Courtesy: Getty/AFPAdvertisement og4bNBA Finals | Brooklyn VsbujwWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E99v( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1cknWould you ever consider trying this?😱87vvCan your students do this? 🌚9g5ykRoller skating! Powered by Firework A 3-0 whitewash in the ODIs, and now lacklustre batting performance resulting in the first Test match defeat. The tour of New Zealand, what started with a stunning T20 victory, is now turning sour for Virat Kohli and the squad, and the captain himself isn’t having the best of time on the 22 yards. Hitting his lowest series average of the last 5 years in the ODI, and scored only 21 across the two innings in the first Test. As a result, reprimand is flowing in from critics and pundits, but Kohli has made a strong statement against them.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty/AFPKnown for his passion and endorsement of the Test format, the Indian supporters were expecting a strong comeback in the Test series, for a victorious conclusion of the lengthy tour of New Zealand. Unfortunately, the Kiwis have pressed on with their trong bowling performance, and the Indian batting order failing massively, resulting a historical 10-wicket victory for the hosts today at Basin Reserve.Kohli scored a total of 21 in the first Test, and 19 in the second innings on the 3rd day came off including three boundaries, until losing his wicket against Trent Boult in the 45th over, as India went down 113 for 4.Advertisement Although, the star batsman feels otherwise about his form on the pitch: “I am absolutely fine, I am batting really well. I feel that sometimes that scores don’t reflect the way you are batting. That’s what happens sometimes when you don’t execute really well.”In his 9 years of international Test cricket, Kohli has earned 84 caps. With stunning figures of 7202 runs and 54.97 batting average, the player feels the worse forms are not to be overthought.Advertisement “Look when you play so much cricket and play for so long, you will obviously have 3-4 innings which don’t go your way. If you try and make too much out of it, it will keep piling on. I think it’s about staying in a good space,” Kohli added.The 31 year old, who is holding the top position in the ICC’s Test batting rankings with 928 ratings, might see him dropping down in the list regarding the performance in the second Test.However, Kohli concluded that the final result matters more than his personal feats: “It doesn’t matter what I do. It’s not about my performance on the tour. If the team wins, even a 40 is good. If the team loses, even a 100 is irrelevant. I am going to stay in that mindset.”With trailing 1-0 behind the Black Caps, India is preparing for the second and series concluding Test this Saturday at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch.Also read-India vs New Zealand 1st test results: Hosts make short work of woeful Indian batting to go 1-0 up Advertisement
By The Nelson Daily SportsLuke Bertolucci, who will represent B.C. at the Canada Games next month in Halifax, leads the Kootenay Ice back into action as the B.C. Major Midget Hockey League resumes play following the Christmas break.Bertolucci and the rest of the Ice play host to the Thompson Blazers Saturday and Sunday at the NDCC Arena.The Ice has been on fire of late, undefeated in four games.Leading the Ice is Nelson’s Dryden Hunt and Bertolucci. Hunt leads Kootenay in scoring with nine goals and 19 assists.Bertolucci, scoring for Team B.C. during an exhibition game during the holiday break, is right behind with 10 goals and 17 assists.Kootenay currently sits in tenth spot in the 11-team league with 5-13-6 record, but is only eight points out of six spot.The teams open the two-game set Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The series concludes Sunday beginning at 11:15 [email protected]
1 June 2011 South Africa’s Competition Tribunal has given US retail giant Walmart the go-ahead for its R16.5-billion acquisition of a controlling stake in local retailer Massmart, with conditions.“Today the Competition Tribunal approved the merger between Walmart and Massmart subject to certain conditions,” the tribunal said in a statement on Tuesday.No further details were given. Full reasons for the tribunal’s decision will be made public within 20 working days.In January, shareholders voted to accept Walmart’s bid to acquire 51 percent of Massmart for R148 a share in a deal worth around R16.5-billion.The Competition Commission initially recommended the deal go ahead without conditions. However, it later changed its mind based on new evidence and recommended that Massmart reinstate 503 retrenched workers and the new merged entity be forced to honour existing agreements with trade unions for the next three years.Earlier in May, the tribunal held hearings in Pretoria during which trade unionists and government departments argued that jobs and local procurement in South Africa could be jeopardised by the deal.Unionists argued that Walmart was known to be anti-union and hard on labour.Unions and government wanted the tribunal to either decline permission for the deal to go ahead, or alternatively impose enforceable conditions on Walmart.However, Walmart argued that imposing conditions would violate numerous international trade agreements signed by the South African government. It would also give an unfair advantage to the merged entities’ competitors.Walmart said it was prepared to commit to no retrenchments for two years, and that the merged entity would honour all labour agreements to which Massmart was a party.Massmart and Walmart also vowed to spend R100-million to develop local South African suppliers over the next three years.Government said it was concerned about Walmart’s procurement policies. It argued if Walmart were a country, it would be China’s eighth largest trading partner.Walmart’s belief in low prices governed its procurement policies and that there was a substantial public interest in the deal and its effects, according to the government.The Massmart group includes Game, Dion Wired, Makro, Builders Warehouse and Masscash.Walmart operates around the world, including Canada, Brazil, China, Chile, Japan and Mexico. It wants to buy the stake in Massmart in order to get a stake in emerging African markets.Sapa
In celebration of Mandela Day, here is an essential list of the best Madiba-inspired musical moments. Spend your 67 minutes doing something to honour the man and his life with this soundtrack of great local and international artists paying tribute to South Africa’s greatest citizen. Nelson Mandela dances on stage in October, 1995, with supporters in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Image: Reuters)• South African music• Nelson Mandela – a timeline • Watch: Salif Keita and Black Mambazo call for harmony in Africa• Remembering Mandela, one year on• Jazz trumpets the notes of freedom CD AndersonNelson Mandela called music the “great blessing”, and believed that it has the power to “unite us all to sing with one voice”, to give us all the opportunity to both dream and dance.Madiba inspired a diverse collection of musicians, from ska punkers to classical composers, world-beating rock stars and jazz greats, and they all responded with some amazing tributes.In celebration of Mandela Day, here is an essential list of the best Madiba musical moments, including some of his personal favourites, as well as songs that helped define his place in history and our hearts.While you spend 67 minutes doing something to honour the great man and his life, take a moment to listen to the songs below and join the celebration.Hugh Masekela – Bring Him Back Home One of South Africa’s jazz greats, Masekela spent much of his life in exile, and that longing to return home inspired this somber but powerful lament to both the African diaspora and Mandela himself, the guiding light for those returning home to a new South Africa. Masekela had the honour of playing the song live for Madiba on his release from prison in 1990.Simple Minds – Mandela DayA song celebrating an imprisoned African leader by a Scottish rock band makes for an interesting dichotomy, but it is an appropriate one: Simple Minds’ singer Jim Kerr was one of the more outspoken proponents of the UK’s anti-apartheid movement. This celebratory song is, naturally, the unofficial anthem of July 18th, but a more lasting legacy was its part in bringing the story of Mandela and apartheid South Africa to a global audience during the 1980s.Yvonne Chaka Chaka – Umqombothi According to Chaka Chaka, this song – an upbeat sing-along about traditional African beer – was Mandela’s favourite song of all time. With its bold African groove, catchy chorus and addictive rhythm, it is the perfect fit for our famous Dancing President.Abdullah Ibrahim – MannenbergThe quintessential sound of South Africa, instantly recognised by all its citizens by the rolling piano theme and dynamic tempo. Named after the vibrant District Six area scarred by forced removals during apartheid, the song’s uplifting coda also acts as a perfect motif for a returning hero to free his people.Brenda Fassie – Black PresidentMa Brrr was one of Madiba’s favourite singers, and she celebrated his presidency in 1994 with this impassioned pledge of allegiance to his leadership and his dream for a free South Africa. The song inspired a generation and made her one of the country’s greatest musical icons.Vusi Mahlasela – When You Come BackThe Voice of Mamelodi has enjoyed a long career as a musical storyteller at home and around the world. In 1992, he greeted Madiba and other returning heroes with the “ringing of bells and the beating of drums” in this joyful harmony that quickly become his signature song. The song, much like Mandela, calls for humanity to “give something to the world and not just take from it.”The Specials AKA – Free Nelson MandelaWithout doubt the most famous song about Madiba, this rollicking ska protest song inspired the youth-led anti-apartheid movement across the world during the 1980s. Today, the song’s lyrics still have resonance, highlighting the ideals of Nelson Mandela to overcome poverty through positive action.Johnny Clegg – Asimbonanga (We have not seen him)The live performance of this song says it all: a powerful performer with a powerful song, joined on stage by the most powerful icon in South African history. Asimbonanga is a joyous refrain to all South Africans to be inspired by the life and work of Madiba and use it every day to continue his legacy.U2 – Ordinary LoveWorld citizen Bono has always had a strong connection to Madiba and his ideals, so it was appropriate that U2 was asked to write the theme song for the “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom” film in 2013. The song, released a week before Madiba died, is a touching final tribute to the great man and his life’s work.Some other great Madiba-inspired tracks to soundtrack your 67 minutes this Mandela Day: Zahara featuring Mzwakhe Mbuli – Mandela Youssou N’dour – Nelson MandelaSipho Hotstix Mabuse – NelsonKoos Kombuis – Madiba BayWilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann – Hommage a Nelson M for Cello and PercussionMiles Davis – Amandla
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Shelly Detwiler, berry farmer and dieticianWhat’s up with all the buckets on the trees? It’s maple syrup time! According to the Ohio Maple Producers Association, maple syrup contributes $5 million to our state’s economy. Only 13 states produce maple syrup and Ohio ranks in the upper half, producing almost 100,000 gallons. The demand for maple syrup is bigger than is currently produced.The history behind maple syrup boils down to the Indians finding the sap oozing from broken branches. The story goes that the Indians hollowed out logs, filled it with the sap and then threw in hot coals to reduce the syrup.The Johnson Family in Cable has been making syrup since 1934. Eric Johnson said 2019 has been a good year for maple syrup for the operation. Their family produces, on average, 300 gallons of syrup a year that they market right on site as well as local farmers markets. Yo-yoing winter temperatures actually improve syrup production. Based largely on the temperature fluctuations, syrup season starts around Feb. 15 and goes until the buds and honeybees come (around April 1). It takes 45 to 50 gallons of sap to make one gallon of syrup. Eric uses wood fires to cook down his sweet syrup, which takes longer than other producers who use reverse osmosis.Pure maple syrup must be grade A and labeled as such to be sold in a retail establishment. All maple syrup is produced with reduction. The syrup recently took on a new grading system based on color.There are three grades of maple syrup. Grade A Golden Delicate Grade A Amber RichGrade A Dark RobustGolden maple syrup has a delicate taste. It is the most popular. Amber maple syrup has a slightly darker color and a richer taste. Consumers like this for its fuller bodied and medium taste. Dark maple syrup has a robust taste than amber and golden syrup. Very dark maple syrup has a very strong taste and is usually used for sugar.The difference in the colors? It sounds like a mystery to me, but Eric says that color can be affected by: the part of the season the sap is harvested, length of cooking and/or rainfall. Most of Eric’s 2019 syrup has been graded as amber rich. He said the industry encourages the golden delicate grade but customers seem to request darker syrup, whether this is due to comparison to commercial syrups on the market or some other reason is unknown.Nutritionally speaking maple syrup has a similar carbohydrate content as white/brown sugar with 13 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon. Maple syrup has a few more minerals and antioxidants than other sugars such as manganese and zinc, however it’s still packs plenty of sugar and calories. Don’t get caught up in the latest food trends, enjoy maple syrup in moderation because of taste, flavor and likeability. Maple syrup is a great way to sweeten your waffles, salad dressings, or even cook a hot dog in (which I enjoyed at Johnsons!) Eat well and Healthy,Shelly Spaghetti Squash with Maple Syrup and Shallots pioneerwoman.com2 whole Medium Spaghetti Squash3 Tablespoons Butter2 whole Shallots, Finely Minced1/4 cup Maple SyrupDash of SaltDash of Nutmeg Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Pierce spaghetti squash a few times with a sharp knife. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 1 hour. Cut squash in half. Scoop out and discard seeds and slimy pulp. Scrap out the rest of the squash with a fork. Place in a bowl. Keep warm. In a large skillet, melt butter. Cook shallots over medium heat for 2 minutes or until soft. Reduce heat and add maple syrup. Cook for a minute, then remove from heat. Stir in salt. Pour mixture over squash. Sprinkle on nutmeg and mix together gently. Sever warm. Serves 8.Maple-Bourbon Banana Pudding Cake foodandwine.com6 Tbsp. unsalted butter½ c sugar1 overripe banana, mashed1 large egg, room temp1 cup milk, room temp1 cup flour,1 Tbsp. baking powderPinch of salt¾ c pure maple syrup½ c light brown sugar2 Tbsp. bourbon¼ c finely chopped pecansVanilla ice cream Preheat the oven to 375°. In a deep, 2-quart baking or soufflé dish, melt the butter in the microwave. Whisk in the superfine sugar and banana, mashing until thoroughly combined. Whisk in the egg and milk.In a bowl, whisk the flour, baking powder and salt; whisk into the baking dish until combined (the batter will be pretty loose).In a microwave-safe cup, heat the maple syrup, light brown sugar and 1/2 cup of hot water at high power until hot, 1 minute. Add the bourbon. Drizzle the syrup mixture over the batter; it will seep to the bottom. Do not stir. Scatter the pecans on top.Set the dish on a rimmed baking sheet and bake for 40 minutes, until the cake is golden. Let cool for 5 minutes, then scoop into bowls and serve with ice cream. Serves 6 Smokey Maple-Mustard Salmon eatingwell.com 3 Tbsp. whole-grain or Dijon mustard1 Tbsp. pure maple syrup¼ teaspoon smoked paprika or ground chipotle pepper (see Notes)¼ teaspoon freshly ground pepper⅛ teaspoon salt4 4-ounce skinless salmon fillets Preheat oven to 450°F. Line a baking sheet with foil and coat with cooking spray.Combine mustard, maple syrup, paprika (or chipotle), pepper and salt in a small bowl. Place salmon fillets on the prepared baking sheet. Spread the mustard mixture evenly on the salmon. Roast until just cooked through, 8 to 12 minutes.Notes: Smoked paprika is made from smoke-dried red peppers and adds earthy, smoky flavor. Chipotle peppers are dried, smoked jalapeño peppers. Look for different types of paprika and ground chipotle chile pepper in the spice aisle at some large supermarkets or at tienda.com or penzeys.com. Serves 4. Roasted Root Vegetables With Balsamic-Maple Glaze cookinglight.com Cooking spray8 oz. red onions, each cut into 8 wedges with root intact8 oz. purple sweet potatoes, cut into 3/4-inch cubes8 oz. small multicolored carrots, (including purple), cut on an angle into 2-inch-long pieces, divided2 Tbsp. cup olive oil, divided8 oz. turnips, each cut into 8 wedges8 oz. parsnips, cut on an angle into 2-inch-long piecesdash salt1/2 teaspoon black pepper3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar2 Tbsp. pure maple syrup1 ½ tsp.chopped fresh thyme leavesPreheat oven to 450°F. Line 2 rimmed baking sheets with parchment paper, and lightly coat with cooking spray.Combine onions, purple sweet potatoes, purple carrots, and 1 tablespoons olive oil in a large bowl; toss to coat, and arrange in a single layer on a prepared baking sheet. In the same bowl, combine turnips, parsnips, remaining carrots, and remaining 1 tablespoons olive oil, and toss to coat; arrange in a single layer on the other prepared baking sheet. Sprinkle both baking sheets of vegetables evenly with salt and pepper. Bake purple vegetable mixture at 450°F, without stirring, until tender, about 25 minutes. Bake turnip mixture at 450°F, without stirring, until tender and lightly caramelized, 30 to 35 minutes.While vegetables bake, combine vinegar and syrup in a small saucepan over medium-high. Bring to a boil, without stirring, and cook until mixture is thickened, 6 to 8 minutes. (You should have about 1/2 cup of liquid.) Remove from heat, and cool to room temperature; sauce will thicken to syrupy consistency upon cooling.Arrange roasted vegetables on a platter, and drizzle with balsamic syrup. Sprinkle with fresh thyme, and serve immediately. Serves 5 (serving size: 1 1/4 c)
This idea is not what you think it is. It’s different and in some ways, more important. It’s about your brand. Not the manufactured and manicured brand that social media allows you to present to the world. You know, the one you work hard to build.This is about your real brand. The brand that has nothing to do with social media. This brand is made up of how people feel about interacting with you personally, in real life. This brand isn’t the facade; this brand is the foundation and the structure. That experience is your real brand.What is the experience people have when they meet you?Do you give the person you are interacting with your full and undivided attention, making them feel that they are the most important person during the time you spend with them? Or was some distraction more important?How do you treat people who hold no position of power or influence and can do nothing for you? Do you acknowledge them, giving them the significance they may feel that they are lacking? Do you ignore them, recognizing they can do nothing for you?Is your behavior indicative of someone who does good work, who is conscientious, and who cares deeply? Is your brand that of excellence, of going the extra mile? Or is your brand “skating by,” doing only what is necessary and nothing more?This brand, your real brand, is more important than your brand on the internet and social media. It is your real character. It’s who you are when no one is looking and when you are not taking a selfie.Now, if your “personal brand” isn’t exactly your “real brand,” then your “personal brand” isn’t your brand. That incongruity means that what others see is not what they get. That your talk is not your walk. That it is, in fact, a facade and that the foundation and the structure are weak, not strong enough to support a better brand.You are better off improving your “real brand” than your “personal brand.” Who you are matters more than what you do. Essential Reading! Get my first book: The Only Sale Guide You’ll Ever Need “The USA Today bestseller by the star sales speaker and author of The Sales Blog that reveals how all salespeople can attain huge sales success through strategies backed by extensive research and experience.” Buy Now
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Instagram/therockDwayne “The Rock” Johnson became famous for his time in the WWE, and later on, his hit movies, but first he played football at Miami. The Rock continues to be a big Hurricanes supporter. Miami gets knocked for its fan support at times, but the ‘Canes definite have their diehards, and today, The Rock proved it with a pretty crazy Instagram video. According to his caption, a pair of ‘Canes fans followed The Rock for miles, and got out of their car in heavy traffic to have him autograph a poster. Oh, and to throw up “The U.”Luckily for them, The Rock is an awesome guy, so he complied. We’re not sure all legendary former athletes would be so gracious.