Newberry, FL – Fulfilling its mission to grow the sport of archery, the Easton Foundations are excited to announce the following changes for the Easton Newberry Sports Complex in Easton, FL.
Doug Engh will now be in the new position of Outreach Director. In this capacity Doug will be the liaison between the Foundation and various non-profit groups and government entities that the Foundation works with to accomplish the goal of expanding the sport of archery. In addition, Doug will serve as the contact person for groups interested in building archery facilities.
Brandie Lovelace has moved into the position of Newberry Operations Director. Brandie will be responsible for all archery programs at the center.
Robert Romero will expand his role to be the Coaching and Program Development Director for the Foundation. In this role Bob will oversee the coaching at the Foundation’s existing and future archery centers. Bob will also manage various corporate projects, including the development of future Foundation centers, tournaments and programs.
Robert Turner has been promoted to Head Coach at the Easton Newberry Archery Center. Rob will be taking over Bob Romero’s duties as Newberry Head Coach and will manage all coaching related activities at the Center.
The Foundation believes these changes will better position the company to continue in its development and growth of the sport of archery in Florida and across the US.
For more information about the Easton Newberry Sports Complex in Newberry, Florida, please contact Brandie Lovelace at email@example.com. For questions about The Easton Foundations, contact Executive Director Caren Sawyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Easton Foundations:
The Easton Foundations’ aim is to keep archery a viable part of the sporting culture in communities across the United States. Founded during the 1982 Olympics by Jim Easton, the founder and former CEO of Easton Sports, Inc, the Foundation actively works to introduce the Olympic sport of archery to communities across the country. It supports the training of aspiring archers, trainers, coaches, and administrators and the building of indoor archery facilities at city parks, schools, universities and sports complexes.
The Easton Foundations encourages and engages youth to participate and develop skills in the sports of archery, baseball, softball, ice hockey, and cycling. It contributes to selected 501(c)(3) charitable groups and universities that share its vision of excellence and innovation in sports programs, business and engineering education, and medical research.
For more information on the Easton Foundations please visit www.esdf.org