John Smoltz Speaks to Media to Help Raise Awareness and Funds for Pediatric Cancer

Former Atlanta Braves pitcher, John Smoltz, recently appeared during the FOX8 Morning News segment at 8:00 on Friday, September 20, where he spoke about winning the Aflac Duckprints Award for volunteering in the fight against pediatric cancer. 2013 Aflac Duckprints Award Recipient, John Smoltz, spoke about raising awareness for America’s unsung heros and his fight against pediatric cancer.

The Former Cy Young winner, was there to help raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer and spoke about how Aflac is asking people to become socially active in the cause. The company will donate $2 to the Aflac Cancer Center for any duckprints-related “social actions” taken on various social mediums up to $2 million from September, which is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, through December 2013.

Video shows John Smoltz speaking about pediatric cancer in a 2008 fundraiser

Smoltz is best known for his stint with the Atlanta Braves for more than two decades, in which he garnered eight All-Star selections and received the Cy Young Award in 1996. He is a born-again Christian who has made Atlanta his home. He is Chairman of the Board at Alpharetta-based King’s Ridge Christian School, and a member of the Presbyterian Church in America. he has supported numerous charitable endeavors over the past decade. If you would like to book baseball speakers or MLB stars like John Smoltz for a speaking engagement, guest appearance, golf tournament, marketing or PR campaign, charity fundraiser or special event, contact John Smoltz booking agent for speaker and appearance fees or call 800.966.1380.

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