The Michael Brady Lynch Firm Donates To World Baton Twirling Championships
Michael Brady Lynch, Esq. Lead Trial Attorney and firm founder of The Michael Brady Lynch Firm was excited to donate $350 to an amazing event like the 34th World Baton Twirling Championships being held August 2-5 at Osceola Heritage Park Silver Spurs Arena in Kissimmee. This premier event is the twirling equivalent of the Olympic Games and features nearly 200 elite athletes from 15 countries.
About The Michael Brady Lynch Firm
Michael Brady Lynch along with his attorneys and staff at The Michael Brady Lynch Firm make philanthropy and community giving an integral part of their corporate identity. The Michael Brady Lynch Firm is committed to ensuring a close bond with those in need not just in the local Central Florida community but also statewide and across the country. Additionally, this naturally giving spirit allows Michael Brady Lynch and The Michael Brady Lynch Firm to be a beacon of hope for those injured by sexual harassment, Gadolinium toxicity, unsafe devices, large pharmaceutical companies, motorcycle accidents and many more complex litigation claims.
The Michael Brady Lynch Firm & World Baton Twirling Championships
Baton twirling is not only a demanding sport but also an art. Male and female athletes from around the globe train for years to earn the opportunity to compete in the World Baton Twirling Championships. Michael Brady Lynch believes that sports like baton twirling give many athletes a chance to learn about discipline, perseverance, victory and even defeat. The self-esteem gained by baton twirling lasts a lifetime. This is why Michael Brady Lynch was happy to be able to donate $350 worth of items to help the 34th World Baton Championship. These included palm trees and plants decorating the competition area along with water and snacks for the practicing athletes. The last time the United States hosted this amazing competition was 2005. Don’t miss it! For more information on 34th World Baton Twirling Championships and ticket information, please visit Osceola Heritage Park’s website.