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Paul Augustin has been a sports fan since he was old enough to walk. He has been a Saints fan since the franchise.was granted, saw Tom Dempsey's amazing 63 yard field goal in person, and was present for the Saint's first game in the Superdome and first playoff victory..
Paul sold programs in the old Tulane Stadium for many years so he could get in and see parts of the games and was present at all of the Superbowls at the venerable old stadium.
As a child, he used to walk to go see the New Orleans Buccaneers games when the old ABA was around. and spent many mights in the cheap seats in the upper deck of the Superdome watching the New Orleans Jazz.
His father was a Tulane grad, but he has always been an LSU Tiger fan, even through the Curley Hallman and David Archer years.
Paul has played football, soccer, baseball, softball. track, racquetball, bowling and volleyball. He is a former FIFA certified referee and has coached basketball and baseball including serving as assistant on 2 state champion basketball squads and one national champ.
Paul's oldest son, Paul Augustin, Jr., is an excellent writer on B/R and is father of future sportsman Joshua Paul Augustin who was born May 16, 2009 at 4:38 PM in Lafayette, LA.
Paul, searched extensively for an email to shoot you this, but I couldn't find you anywhere. Please forgive me, but I thought you'd be interested in covering this, I have high res shots if you'd like to see them:
Jay Geer/James Chisum Paul Hebert
MGA, Inc. EFX Performance, Inc.
(562) 467-2020 (949) 297-2100
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SECOND-YEAR NBA PRO FEELS THE “EFX” OF HOLOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY
New Orleans Hornet’s Guard Marcus Thornton Joins Team EFX and Reveals the Benefits of His Signature EFX Performance Band
MISSION VIEJO, Calif. (November 12, 2010) – Hoping to better his record setting rookie performance last year, 23-year-old guard, Marcus Thornton of the New Orleans Hornets, has joined the EFX Performance team to gain an edge.
With competitive athletes routinely striving for anything that might give them a leg up on their opponents, Thornton was eager to jump on board with EFX Performance, a major producer of holographic performance bands. EFX Performance revealed their new Signature Line of bands Friday with the unveiling of Thornton’s signature band.
“EFX has given me a tremendous opportunity to enhance my performance on the basketball court,” said Thornton. “My band provides me with the necessary balance and agility that I need to take my game to the next level.”
EFX Performance created a custom design wristband with Thornton’s signature logo in Hornet’s colors to celebrate his addition to the team’s roster.
“Marcus is always looking to improve his game,” said Randy Largent, CEO of EFX Performance. “We’re eager to contribute to the performance of one of the NBA’s fastest rising stars.”
The new bands will be available for purchase on Monday, November 15 at www.efxusa.com, and is due to be released in many retail locations at a later date.
EFX Performance, Inc., a private California corporation, based In Mission Viejo, California, manufactures, distributes and licenses holographic performance technology around the world. EFX was founded in 2009 with the goal of promoting its products in the wellness and athletic performance markets. EFX constantly strives to be the leader in the performance technology industry while providing the absolute best products possible with an emphasis on research and development. EFX products are worn and endorsed by many of the world’s leading athletes and are Official Partners of Major League Lacrosse. (www.efxusa.com)
Drew Brees cemented a legacy with tonight's win.
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Hey thanks for the read and comment, Paul. You might also find this site of interest, if you weren't aware of it already through the FanSided Network: http://whodatdish.com
Hey Paul, thanks for the fan add! I added myself, although I thought I was a fan of yours already...Anywho, nice work as always. If you have a chance, check out my piece in tribute to the Saints and it's fanbase at Cat Crave! http://catcrave.com/2010/01/30/this-panthers-fans-hat-is-off-to-the-new-orleans-saints/
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Now that Nate Robinson has been reduced to riding the pine, what do you think is next?