Live at the Triangle National Convention, Alabama/Indy Colts’ Josh Chapman, University of Washington’s ‘Blitz The Sound’, Buffalo Bills Player Engagement, University of Wisconsin Philanthropy, and Tulsa Football Character Development

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Adam (center) with the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon at the University of Wisconsin

Adam (center) with the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon at the University of Wisconsin

We begin Live at the Triangle Fraternity Leadership School talking about helping others. Our feature interview is with Current Indianapolis Colts / former Alabama National Champ Josh Chapman discussing the transition from college to the pros. Segments include: learning about the “Blitz the Sound” initiative at the University of Washington in Seattle, catching up with Paul Lancaster and the Buffalo Bills Player Engagement program, the Sig Eps at Wisconsin raising money by riding bikes cross country, and Tulsa Football head coach Bill Blankenship sharing the “3 Dimensional Man.”

Adam with Colts Josh Chapman

Adam with Indianapolis Colts’ Josh Chapman, who won 2 national championships at Alabama

Buffalo Bills Director of Player Engagement Paul Lancaster with Adam

Buffalo Bills Director of Player Engagement Paul Lancaster with Adam

U dub Associate Athletic Director Kim Durand in Seattle with Adam at the University of Washington

U dub Associate Athletic Director Kim Durand in Seattle with Adam at the University of Washington

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About the Author: Adam Ritz

Adam has worked on a national level in radio and television since 1994. Career highlights include a Westwood One nationally syndicated broadcast with Green Day, as well as interviewing David Bowie and Peyton Manning. Today, in addition to "The Adam Ritz Show on radio, Adam is the host of Captured TV (www.capturedtv.com) as well as the video spokesperson hosting the video series entitled “Adam’s Day Out”. He is also a regular contributor on The American Advisor, a nationally syndicated radio show in Los Angeles.

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