On tonight's edition of the Sports Exchange, we welcome back Mel Farr Jr.
Farr is a former running back for the LA Rams from 1989-1990.
He also played for the Denver Broncos in 1988.
His father Mel Farr Sr. was a running back for the Detroit Lions in the 1970's.
After Farr Jr. retired from football, he worked with his dad in the car business.
He's been a tremendous asset to the Sports Exchange by coming on the program multiple times.
Tonight, Mel will be promoting http//www.georgiashowcase.org/students.
I encourage you to read up on this to understand what this event is about that will take place on Saturday, March 23, 2019.
We also have a press release on The South Florida Tribune that you can read as well.
I've interviewed thousands of prominent figures over my 40 years in the industry, and try to do my very best to begin and nurture those relationships.
While it would be neat to bring many of our guests on the show on more than one occasion, unfortunately it doesn't work out that way which is fine because we're grateful of the time these individuals give us.
Then there are others like Mel, who are very kind and generous with their time, that are readily available, even on short notice.
Potential sponsors enjoy interacting with him as well.
Mel is definitely involved with his kids lives, and resides in The Metropolitan Atlanta Area.
It will be neat when I return to Atlanta, GA., which is conveniently off I-75, to have the chance to finally meet him in our travels back and forth to Detroit.
I have some other good friends in the Atlanta Area, and it would be nice for those people to meet Mel as well, and who knows, they too can become friends.
But there is nothing better then to get to know an individual then finally meet that person.
On tonight's show alongside of my co-host Peter Wein, our guests will include Jack Stern and Rick Curti.
In the studio Rick Tobin will be talking with Mel during our second hour.
Tobin will be in the studio for the entire broadcast.
So join us tonight at 5 ET on the weinetwork.com in what figures to be an excellent group of people that are not only here to entertain, but to inform you on the latest in sports, but the causes they promote and the businesses they represent.
We continue to look forward to Mel participating in future shows and enjoy his desire to help the Sports Exchange become a nice show to listen to, in addition to becoming a part of The South Florida Tribune for years to come.
When the time comes, and there are other shows, you can rest assured that Mel will be invited to be on those programs.
I'm very proud to call Mel a colleague, in addition to becoming a great friend!
Thanks to LinkedIn, which is a valuable tool for professionals to promote their businesses, you can meet class acts like Mel Farr Jr!
Scott Morganroth can be reached at www.scottsports33.com and is a member of Detroit Sports Media.
He is a Co-Host of the Sports Exchange on the weinetwork.com as well as the Founder/CEO of The South Florida Tribune.
Here is the link below.