Chance Reynolds, inventor of The Pitcher’s Nightmare, partners with Players for the Planet Foundation to donate a portion of its sales throughout the 2010 Major League baseball season.
Macon, GA – LaunchPad 39A, a Georgia-based company that is home to The Pitcher’s Nightmare Swing Trainer www.pitchersnightmare.com has joined Players for the Planet Foundation www.playersfortheplanet.org in its environmental efforts for 2010 Earth Day on April 22 and beyond. According to Chance Reynolds, inventor of The Pitcher’s Nightmare, $5 from every online sale of the trainer throughout the 2010 Major League baseball season will be donated to the foundation. These funds will be used to create environmental programs for young people.
Founded in 2008 by Cincinnati Reds outfielder Chris Dickerson and Jack Cassel of the Cleveland Indians, Players for the Planet brings professional athletes together to promote environmental awareness through recycling and conservation efforts by youth, high school, college and professional sports programs. Dickerson recently signed to endorse The Pitcher’s Nightmare product, having used the trainer successfully to improve his swing fundamentals and bat speed.
“We are proud to help Chris, Jack, and the Players for the Planet Foundation in their efforts to make this a more environmentally-friendly planet,” said Reynolds.
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