(WPMI) You know him from his playing days at Alabama but he is helping our youth make strategic plays with pivotal lessons in life. Chris Rogers, the founder of T.A.P., joined Local 15 News at 12:30 Friday to talk about a very important symposium aimed to our young men.
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T.A.P., Together Assisting People, is hosting a Watch Your Mouth Symposium this Sunday at Blount High School. It's free for high school athletes and will focus on life skills, soft skills, how to interview on the camera and off the camera and much more. "It's important. It's crucial. I mean for me I learned how to tie a tie until I was 20-years-old," Rogers said. "So I want to make sure the next generation understands the importance of tying a tie how crucial that is."
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