Maggie Vaults Over the Moon

Audiobook Campaign: PreState Vault Sessions from Fuzion Athletics!

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Fuzion Athletics’ Jamie Steffen and Andrea Sabatini provide expert instruction in Shelbyville, KY.

SHELBYVILLE, Kentucky — Fuzion Athletics has pledged a package of PreState Vault Sessions, valued at $480, for a vault fan who contributes $400 to Maggie’s Audiobook Campaign!

FuzionLogoWithBorderThe offer is good for one dozen 2-hour Practice Sessions with Coaching, from March 1st – June 1st, at Fuzion Athletics’ facility in Shelbyville.

The campaign goes live on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform at 8 a.m. central time this Saturday, March 1st. This offer will go quickly, as soon as the campaign begins!

Here is the link to the campaign site. It will go live at 8 am Saturday, March 1st.

Fuzion is eager to help narrator Tavia Gilbert perform and produce Maggie Vaults Over the Moon on audiobook. Tavia’s list of accolades includes six Audie Award nominations, equal to the Academy Award in her art form. The campaign will cover Tavia’s expenses, and lift the sport of pole-vaulting to a new audience.

In addition, the PreState Session reward winner will be named as a co-producer in the introduction of the audiobook. The winner also will get a “Maggie Awards” party in their honor, and you and your fellow Fuzion Vaulters will appear on Maggie’s popular blog and Facebook sites.

Additional sponsors for the 30-day event include: Artist Phillip Carrero, Dial AthleticsGill Athletics, Raise the Bar Pole Vault Club, Rusty Shealy Pole Vault Club, Texas Pole Vault Club at Elitz Sports, Tailwind Pole Vault Club, and Vaulter Magazine!

Fuzion Athletics provides the best resources for beginner to elite vaulters, including year-round camps and training facilities, pole rentals, and traveling opportunities. Its new facility in Shelbyville brings coaching expertise and training opportunities to the Bluegrass State as well as the southern parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. It’s facility in St. Paul, Minnesota attracts vaulters from Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Masters elite vaulter and Fuzion Athletics founder Jamie Steffen.

Masters elite vaulter and Fuzion Athletics head coach Jamie Steffen.

Jamie Steffen is the founder and owner of Fuzion Athletics, Inc. He is the definition of a true pole vault and Track and Field junky. As an active member of the pole vault community on a local and national level he strives to make Kentucky the strongest and safest state in which to vault and help the USA become the most dominant force in pole vaulting overall. Steffen is constantly coming up with new and innovative ways to create funding and vaulting opportunities for high school, college, masters, and elite athletes, and his coaching list of youth, high school, college, elite and club alumni success is awe-inspiring.

Andrea Sabatini

Olympic hopeful Andrea Sabatini is an assistant coach at Fuzion Athletics.

Andrea Sabatini was born and raised in Lexington Kentucky. Andrea went to Scott County high school and was a three-time state champion and a two-time state runner-up. Andrea was named Kentucky Gatorade athlete of the year in 2006. After high school she Went to the University of Louisville. During her college career she finished second in the Big East in 2007 individually and forth in the Big East in 2010 individually. She was a part of the five time Big East championship team. Andrea has a PR of 4 m 20cm. Andrea competes for Fuzion Athletics and has dreams and aspirations of the Rio 2016 Olympics. Andrea is the assistant coach at the Kentucky facility, run social media for Fuzion Athletics, and helps with Fuzion’s pole-rental service, rentpoles.com.

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