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1in3Trinity Engergy Drink
That is the slogan employed by 1in3Trinity Energy Drink, the popular faith-inspired energy drink which announced today it is teaming up with NFL alumni Guy McIntyre to promote its newly released 1in3Trinity Energy Drink.
"This is my first time of working with 1in3Trinity
, and so far it's been a great relationship," said McIntyre
"I think we fit well together because of our belief that we need to show kids today there is a better alternative to some of the more conventional energy drinks out there, and that being a positive influence is a good thing."
McIntyre is a former professional American football offensive lineman in the National Football League.
McIntyre played in three Super Bowls and five Pro Bowls as a member of the San Francisco 49ers.
"Our desire is to team up with NFL players like Guy
who are highly respected, on and off the field, to help us deliver our message.
We need to be everywhere that our consumers are so that they are consistently hearing the message we are trying to convey, which is all about faith, hope and love.
We want them to know that 1in3Trinity
is on the streets and has a place within their lifestyles," she
Thomasville Times Enterprise--McIntyre: local teen executed
Guy McIntyre, Thomasville native and former National Football League offensive lineman, is Hayes' uncle.
"They executed an unarmed youngster," McIntyre
told the Times-Enterprise
after the press conference, describing Hayes as an intelligent teen.
...McIntyre, a Union City, Calif., resident and director of player development for the San Francisco 49ers, pointed out that the fracas that ended with the shooting began at a West Tennessee Street nightspot where shots are fired frequently outside the business.
"Why single that car out?"McIntyre
asked about the vehicle in which his
nephew was a passenger.The Chevrolet Caprice traveled about two miles to the church parking lot where the shooting occurred.
If the nightspot has a reputation for shots being fired, it should be closed, McIntyre
...McIntyre, family spokesman, said the family wants justice in the form of an indictment and conviction.He
does not want his
nephew portrayed as a villain.
was a hard-working young man," McIntyre
, left, and Dwight Mack speak to reporters at a press conference in Tallahassee, Fla., Monday morning.McIntyre, uncle of John Francis Hayes, is spokesman for the Hayes family.
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Guy McIntyre - November 29th
Guy McIntyre - November 29th
Guy McIntyre Talks Football: "When you go out there on the field..." - Tallahassee Quarterback Club
McIntyre was born on February 17, 1961 in Thomasville, Georgia.
"I always wanted to play football.
I could hear the band and see the lights...it's all I ever wanted," he says.
Thomasville High School helped make that dream a reality and McIntyre became a highly recruited offensive lineman as a senior.
After deciding against Florida State because it was "just too close to home," McIntyre committed to the University of Georgia.
"Once you make up your mind to go to college, you need to like where you are," McIntyre explains.
"You need to like the place regardless of football."
Turns out, McIntyre
In 1984, McIntyre
was drafted in the third round to play for the San Francisco 49ers.
In an NFL career lasting 186 games, McIntyre
started 124 times, was chosen to play in the Pro Bowl five times, was named an All-Pro selection three times, and played in the Super Bowl three times as well.
"When you go out there on the field, you give it everything you got," McIntyre
"And that's it.
You can't do anything more than that."
done much more than that.
maintains a permanent residence in San Francisco.
not spending his
time working with the 49ers, he's
busy empowering a younger generation of champions.
"I tell the kids out in California that there's some kid in South Georgia or in Florida that's working hard out in the hot sun...and if you're not careful, he
will take your spot."
But rather than focusing on football skills alone, McIntyre
challenges young athletes to take a championship mindset into the world.
"You can play the game...but if you don't have character, which comes from God alone, you don't have anything," he
"I don't just want to show them another great football player.
I want to give them more than that.
I want to show them how to be a champion on the field; but more importantly, off the field.
The only way to do that is through Jesus Christ."
has meshed his
great faith and football skills to create "Urban Champions," a mentorship program dedicated to cultivating leaders on and off the field.
"We live in a fatherless generation," McIntyre tells me. "Boys can't become men if they don't have men in their lives.
goal is to empower the urban youth not only to be game-changers, but to be world changers.
As a journalist, I've
been taught to emotionally detach myself from the subject so as to report the facts.
I broke the rules for Guy McIntyre
It's one thing to share a passion for the game of football; it's another to share a passion for the ones playing the game.
I was captivated as I listened to him relive his
greatest moments in the NFL just minutes before explaining his
desire to see the urban youth dream bigger and accomplish much greater.
and I may come from two very different worlds; but for a moment, nothing else mattered but the beautiful combination of faith and football.