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H2H Legends Tim Brown, Earl Campbell, and Doak Walker To Kick Off Exclusive NFT Collection

The one-of-a-kind NFTs are the first offering in an upcoming NFT series from Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company, Dolphin Entertainment, and H2H. CANTON, OH / ACCESSWIRE / April 8, 2021 / Following the previous announcement of the partnership between Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: HOFV, HOFVW), Dolphin Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:DLPN), and Elite Holdings LLC, the entertainment entity has just unveiled the three athletes leading off the group's NFT (non-fungible tokens) offerings. Football fans can now own a piece of history with an exclusive collection of NFTs featuring H2H Legends Doak Walker, Earl Campbell, and Tim Brown. The H2H Legends are representative of an elite and rare group of ten men who have won a Heisman Trophy and been enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Letters to the Editor - Southwest Airlines, Global Partnership for Education, STAAR testing, air purifiers, Doak Walker, the homeless in Dallas

Re: “Southwest CEO argues against testing — Placing requirement on domestic travelers would cripple airlines, he says,” Thursday Metro & Business story. This letter is regarding Gary Kelly’s letter to the White House opposing COVID-19 testing requirements for flying within the United States following the new Biden administration’s restrictions on international travel. I am one of the “millions of people (business travelers) whose livelihoods depend on a stable air travel industry” and I along with millions of others will not be traveling by air until COVID-19 testing requirements and other safety precautions are in place.
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Etienne Named Doak Walker Award Finalist

The PwC SMU Athletic Forum announced today that Clemson running back Travis Etienne has been named one of three finalists for the 2020 Doak Walker Award, presented annually to the nation’s top running back. Along with C.J. Spiller (2009), Etienne is one of two Doak Walker Award finalists in Clemson history and, including his finalist selection in 2018, becomes the first two-time finalist in school annals.