Hope Dreams –
NBA referee Tony Brothers turns "Hoop Dreams" into "Hope Dreams"
Hampton, Virginia: (Sept. 12, 2013) – Norfolk native and
veteran NBA official, Tony Brothers, inspires through his foundation
Still Hope. Still Hope Foundation Inc. assists single mothers in
building successful family unity by offering resources and support to
build strong relationships.
The aim of Hope Dreams is to inspire students to have faith
in their lives' worth. Brothers is sharing his unique experiences
that have lead to his 20 year career in NBA, to inspire students in
their personal pursuit happiness.
"Growing up in a single mother household, I experienced
first-hand the struggles single mothers face raising an young
African-American male. I wanted to reduce burden placed on single
mother and help them build strong family bonds to promote healthy
living," said Brothers.
Brothers is 1986 graduate of Old Dominion University (ODU),
where he earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Business
Administration/Management Information Systems. After graduating ODU,
Tony spent four years officiating in the CBA, including three CBA
Finals and a CBA All-Star Game. Today, Brothers, is entering his 20th
season as an NBA official and has officiated over 1,100 regular
season games, over 70 playoff games including the 2012 and 2013 NBA
Hope Dreams will be held in the Scripps Howard School of
Journalism and Communications studio Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 at 10:30
About Still Hope Foundation
Still Hope Foundation, Inc. was established in an effort to
lighten the parenting responsibilities borne by single mothers
throughout the Hampton Roads, Virginia communities.
The Foundation's goal is to equip mothers with those tools
that will enable them to become self-sufficient through the provision
of supportive relationships, quality resources, and life-skills
training. The Still Hope Foundation seeks to ensure that every mom
receives the opportunity to build and maintain a successful family
Help the Still Hope Foundation by visiting
http://www.journeyforsuccess.org/stillhope/ and make a donation to
empower single mothers and strengthen families.
If you would like any more information about the event,
please contact Chad Harris at email@example.com.