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The PX3 Patriots to Play LSF Warriors in Veteran/Celebrity Softball Game October 21st.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 5, 2015
Charity Softball Game to Feature Veterans, Celebrities; Benefits Marcus Luttrell’s Lone Survivor Foundation

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HOUSTON, TX. – On October 21, 2015, the PX3 Research Foundation will host the inaugural game of its PX3 Patriots Celebrity Softball National Series at Reckling Park at Rice University. The PX3 Patriots, an all-veteran, co-ed softball team, will play against the Lone Survivor Foundation Warriors, a team of sports celebrities, including baseball icon Roger Clemens, dedicated to supporting the mission and vision of the Lone Survivor Foundation.

 
The event will kick off with a homerun derby at 7:00 p.m. followed by the celebrity softball game at 7:30p.m. General admission tickets are available for $10 and reserved field seats are available for $15-30. Tickets can be purchased online through Ticketmaster.com.

 
This will be the first of many charitable softball games nationwide hosted by the PX3 Research Foundation to raise funds and awareness of its mission and other military-focused non-profits. Sarah Marie Blanton, Ms. Texas 2015, will perform the national anthem. Founder and chairman of the Lone Survivor Foundation, Marcus Luttrell, U.S. Navy SEAL (Ret.) and Navy Cross recipient, is scheduled to throw out the first pitch.

 
Veterans scheduled to appear include:
Jacob Schick (Film: American Sniper) – Retired U.S. Marine Corps
David Rutherford (Motivational speaker and owner of Team Froglogic) – Retired U.S. Navy SEAL
Jacqueline Carrizosa (Motocross superstar, model and weapons expert) – U.S. Navy Veteran
Kelli Serio (Model, actress and writer for Breitbart.com) – U.S. Navy Veteran
 And many other great veterans and wounded warrior amputee heroes

 
Celebrities scheduled to appear include:
Roger Clemens – retired MLB pitcher for the Houston Astros
Patrick Crayton – retired NFL player for the Dallas Cowboys
Stephen Howard – retired NBA player for the Utah Jazz
Jeremy Isenhower – Team Resmondo and Team USA Softball Player
Bonnie-Jill Laflin, – model, retired Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader, 1st female NBA Scout w/ the LA Lakers
Kevin Mench – retired MLB player for the Texas Rangers
Dan Pastorini– retired NFL player for the Houston Oilers
 And many other great celebrities

 
The PX3 Patriots are an all-veteran, co-ed softball team that represents each branch of the military and
includes Honor Recipients, US Navy SEALS, Veteran Actors, US Green Berets, Amputee Wounded Warriors and Wounded Warriors. These veterans are dedicated to creating educational and inspirational experiences to support solution-based research in the areas of mental health and brain safety, including concussions and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They do so through kid’s clinics, hosting private receptions and motivational speaking engagements, and visiting children, military service members and amputees in hospitals throughout the country.

 
“This will be an amazing event as we support two great foundations that continue to change the lives of athletes and our military service members,” says Brad Layzell, Founder and Chairmen of PX3 Sports Science and PX3 Research Foundation. “Fans will have the opportunity to see their favorite celebrities up close and enjoy a fun family event.”

 
About the benefiting foundations:
The PX3 Research Foundation was founded by athletes and warriors with firsthand experience in traumatic brain injuries, regenerative health, and mental health. It is a trusted source for fellow athletes, warriors, coaches and parents for solution-based education, tools and research dedicated to advanced brain health and brain safety. For more information about the PX3 Research Foundation, visit www.px3foundation.org.

 
The Lone Survivor Foundation restores, empowers, and renews hope for our wounded service members and their families through health, wellness, and therapeutic support. Transitioning to post-military life, whether wounded in combat or simply adjusting to the civilian sector, will often cause difficulty for the service member and his or her family. The Lone Survivor Foundation helps America’s wounded service members and their families adjust to the effects of their experiences by providing an understanding and acceptance of who they are as a person, a family, and a community. For more information about the Lone Survivor Foundation and their therapeutic retreat program visit www.lonesurvivorfoundation.org.

 

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