KHSAA Officiate Kentucky Day Celebrated with $1000 in Gift Certificates for AttendeesJul 29th, 2017
We are so proud to be a part of Officiate Kentucky Day that took place on Saturday, July 29th, 2017. Over 740 KHSAA officials from across the state attended this epic event in our hometown of Louisville!
To celebrate the day and our partnership with the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA), we gave away ten - that's right 10 - $100 gift certificates!
Congratulations to these winners:
- Brent Bradley
- Jason Tice
- Jeremy Paul Wright
- Larry Lucas
- Lee Walker
- Neil Carrington
- Robbie Leathers
- Robert Parker
- Tommy Burris
- Tommy Newton
Thank you to all who participated at Officiate Kentucky Day and stopped by the booth to say hello to Jim, Scott, Brandon and Josh.
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About the Author
Marketing Assistant and Umpire Josh Mann
Josh Mann, a native of Chicago, attended the University of Arizona where he completed a Bachelors Degree in General Studies of Economy and Industry and a Sports Management minor. His umpire career began in his hometown of Northbrook, Illinois while he was in high school. Going to college in Tucson, Arizona allowed Josh to continue his umpire career while earning his degree. After gaining experience, Josh attended The Umpire School (now known as Minor League Baseball Training Academy) and Harry Wendelstedt Umpire School. With his education, he umpired in the Frontier Professional Baseball League for three seasons. Josh lives in Louisville, Kentucky. He enjoys baseball, golf, hockey, and spending time at the park with his dog Wrigley.