This past fall, the Rhythm Communications team had the opportunity to support Sports Turf Company and Game Changers Foundation with its Athlete 2 Athlete video series. The free, weekly Zoom-based show, hosted by UGA Legend and former NFL player Rennie Curran, was created to help athletes excel throughout their sport and life. Guests included a variety of well-known athletes, coaches, trainers, nutrition experts and more.

High school superintendents, athletic directors, coaches, athletes and their parents were encouraged to attend the webinars for a chance to win a $500 donation to their athletic department provided by Sports Turf each week.

Rhythm produced the live Zoom show, scheduled guests, provided a run-of-show, promoted on social media, created email campaigns, and designed social tiles. The firm also worked with the athletes to encourage them to promote the webinar, which gained large amounts of interaction and feedback. After each webinar, the Athlete 2 Athlete guests were thrilled to network and spread the word about the series.

“Since the webinars were targeted for student-athletes, I never thought I would learn and become as interested in the discussions as I did,” said Rhythm Communications Account Manager Caroline Seeman. “It was extremely rewarding to prep and live stream these weekly webinars while getting the chance to work with the impressive speakers throughout the series.”

Celebrities featured in the Athlete 2 Athlete webinar included:

Sports Turf Company is a sports facility construction company based in Whitesburg, Ga. Rhythm has had the opportunity to work with the Sports Turf team since 2018 and has supported its efforts throughout public relations, event management, sponsorships, the Corky Kell Classic and more.

Game Changers is a 501c3 nonprofit founded by Curran. The foundation’s mission is to lead athletes – from high school through retired professionals – to achieve their fullest potential in the game of life.

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