Former NFL player Steve Fitzhugh spoke at the “Back the Badge” appreciation luncheon at the Fredericksburg Expo Center in Virginia. This amazing event was co-sponsored by the State Senator Bryce Reeves, who was a former local narcotics detective and served in the U.S. Army, so were lots of people showing suppose. Fitzhugh spoke a lot about adversity and how important it is to stay focused on goals, and how every police officer in the country has to give up their lives on a daily basis to protect their people. It was a very motivating and heartfelt event for the law enforcement community, and having the former NFL player on board to give a talk was the perfect way to pump up the audience.
Fitzhugh got his start in athletics as a track and field star, which eventually led him to a full athletic scholarship playing football for Miami University. After his college playing years were finished, he was signed on with the Denver Broncos in 1986, where he only played for two years due to an injury. The Ohio native then took his career in another direction as a author, humorist, and motivational speaker, especially geared towards guiding teenagers away from the drug and alcohol atmosphere. Fitzhugh now travels for a living and is invited to many different venues to give talks and speeches.
The former Bronco spoke at the Fredericksburg Expo Center in Virginia earlier this month to support the law enforcement community and to share a story or two about his life. Overall, it was a very successful event.
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