National MSNBC News Program ‘Your Business’ to Feature Holmdel Based Company; Hummingbird Sports and Founder Rob Stolker

The business segment will include youth sports safety, specifically with regard to girls. The program will feature Holmdel based Hummingbird Sports, and founder Rob Stolker.

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HOLMDEL:  Know your neighbor! In this case, tune into your neighbor this Sunday morning, September 9, at 7:30 a.m. to view MSNBC's program; Your Business.  The business segment will include youth sports safety, specifically with regard to girls. The program will feature Holmdel based Hummingbird Sports, and founder Rob Stolker.  The Stolkers are parents of four daughters in Holmdel, all who love to play sports


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Grant Hill: ‘I was fortunate, but that didn’t necessarily help in the basketball world’

In a wide-ranging interview, the Hall of Fame inductee talks about growing up in an upper-middle-class black family

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The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inductee was born into an upper-middle-class black family with educated, successful and groundbreaking parents. Hill starred in basketball and graduated from Duke University with a double major in history and political science, was clean-cut, non-threatening and handsome. He played the piano and was well-spoken.

‘I knew I was fortunate,” Hill told The Undefeated. “I knew I was lucky, but in the basketball world, that didn’t necessarily help. That didn’t give me an advantage.

  • Publisher: The Undefeated
  • Date: 2018-09-07T14:57:38+00:00
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  • Twitter: @TheUndefeated
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