Dave Goren has lined up Brennaman, Cotten, Mixon and Platt at one table

Posted by Andy Durham on January 28, 2010 at 12:44 pm under Amateur, College, High School, Professional | Comments are off for this article

Dave Goren, formerly of WXII TV12 Sports, has been working hard and tirelessly to bring together the best of the best and he has struck gold and he will share these Golden Oldies and Newbies with you, if you will only follow Dave’s advice and jump on board the Sportscasters Train and it is coming through our area on Friday February 12 in Salisbury.

Marty Brennaman is going to be there at the head of the table and Stan Cotten, Mick Mixon and Howard Platt will fill the other chairs as the roundtable heats up with a true Sports flare/fire on that Friday afternoon.

Here’s more from Greensborosports.com Hall of Famer Dave Goren, now with the National Sportscasters Hall of Fame…….

Dave says:

WHAT:
National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Media Roundtable

WHO:
·Marty Brennaman(Play-By-Play Voice of the Cincinnati Reds, NSSA Hall of Famer, 15-Time NSSA Ohio Sportscaster of the Year, 4-Time NSSA Virginia Sportscaster of the Year, former voice of Rowan County Legion baseball)

· Stan Cotten (Play-By-Play Voice of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, 2-Time NSSA North Carolina Sportscaster of the Year)

· Mick Mixon (Play-By-Play Voice of the Carolina Panthers, 3-Time NSSA North Carolina Sportscaster of the Year)

· Howard Platt (Play-By-Play Voice of Rowan County High School Sports and Legion baseball, 2003 NSSA North Carolina Sportscaster of the Year

WHEN:
Friday, February 12th, 4-5pm

WHERE:
Salisbury High School Auditorium, 500 Lincolnton Rd., Salisbury

Join us for an afternoon of stories and sports talk, as four of the most well-respected local, regional and national sportscasters share their thoughts on the past, present and future.

Admission is FREE, but get there early, because seating is limited! For more information, call NSSA at (704) 633-4275.

Dave Goren
Executive Director
National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Assn.
(NSSA) & Hall of Fame


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