All Sports United Radio Returns with All Stars of Giving Finalist Interviews

All Sports United Radio Podcast will return soon with interviews featuring finalists from the All Stars of Giving Campaign.

The show is produced and hosted by TJ Rives.  Visit All Sports United Radio page to listen to previous episodes or subscribe through iTunes.

TJ Rives has experience in doing over 25 years of  radio and television starting first in the Tampa Bay area and then progressing to National entities such as Sirius/XM, Fox Sports Radio and Tunein.

For the past 13 seasons TJ has been part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers radio broadcast, working on the sidelines and hosting a live postgame locker room show with player interviews. Previously, TJ spent 10 seasons as the radio play-by-play voice of the University of South Florida Men’s Basketball team. He has worked for PGA Tour radio and PGATour.com since 2008 and covered and done play by play  from major golf tournaments such as: the US Open, The Players Championship and the Tour Championship.

TJ has covered and broadcasted live from 16 Final Fours, the Indy 500, the World Series, the Super Bowl, and the last three College Football Playoff championship games.

TJ is the host of All Sports United Radio and did the long form radio programs a year ago interviewing finalists for the 2016 Humanitarian of the Year award. These included the likes of Olympic speed skating medalist Allison Baver, Malcolm Jenkins of the NFL, and the eventual award winner, multi time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart.

TJ is excited to be back to talk again with finalists for the 2017 Humanitarian of the Year award.

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