NFL All Pro - Julius Thomas joins FIT's advisory board.

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LOS ANGELES, CA - Force Impact Technologies Inc. (FIT), a ventured backed technology company, announces today the appointment of its newest member of the advisory board, NFL All-Pro Julius Thomas. Thomas has played with the Broncos, Jaguars, before a final season with the Dolphins; with a highlight pro bowl in 2013 and 2014. After his retirement from the NFL he went on to pursue a doctorate in psychology.

Thomas will be joining FIT as a strategic advisor and crusader for head health. Having personally experienced the effects of head injuries, he is passionate about using data to make informed decisions for optimizing brain health.

You can learn more at www.fitguard.me


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what insight and experience does he have that's valuable to you?
Well, there is a small group of people who have both played in the NFL, and have a Ph.D. He is very involved with brain health, mental health, emotional health, and athlete health. What we have lacked is a crusader who will lead the charge in our advocacy efforts as it relates to public relations. We're partners with him to go on a media campaign supporting our strategy and approach. We're going to proselytize the virtues of monitoring impacts to the head and how that information can be used to make you safer in the long run.
 
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Well, there is a small group of people who have both played in the NFL, and have a Ph.D. He is very involved with brain health, mental health, emotional health, and athlete health. What we have lacked is a crusader who will lead the charge in our advocacy efforts as it relates to public relations. We're partners with him to go on a media campaign supporting our strategy and approach. We're going to proselytize the virtues of monitoring impacts to the head and how that information can be used to make you safer in the long run.
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Well, there is a small group of people who have both played in the NFL, and have a Ph.D. He is very involved with brain health, mental health, emotional health, and athlete health. What we have lacked is a crusader who will lead the charge in our advocacy efforts as it relates to public relations. We're partners with him to go on a media campaign supporting our strategy and approach. We're going to proselytize the virtues of monitoring impacts to the head and how that information can be used to make you safer in the long run.
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