Jim Huber to Serve as National Spokesman

2010-02-08 00:00:00.0

 

Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and Zero – the Project to End Prostate Cancer Unite to Raise Awareness and Funding for Research

 

February 8, 2010, Myrtle Beach, S.C. – Myrtle Beach Golf Holiday and Zero – the Project to End Prostate Cancer announced today that award-winning journalist and television personality, Jim Huber, will serve as the 2010 national spokesman of the “Know Your Score: Fight Prostate Cancer” campaign. Huber will help spread awareness about prostate cancer research and the importance of regular screening through national and regional interviews, and participating in Myrtle Beach’s “Know Your Score” Celebrity Golf Tournament and Gala in August.

 

As a sportscaster with CNN for 16 years before moving to Turner Sports, Huber has engraved his name in journalism history recognized for both his quality and depth within his work. Huber is the recipient of four Emmys, four CableAce awards, the Edward R. Murrow award for excellence in writing, and gold medals from both the New York and Houston Film Festivals.

 

Throughout the years, Huber has worked closely with many remarkable athletic icons including Muhammad Ali, Joe Namath, Henry Aaron, Gordie Howe, Wayne Gretzky, Michael Jordan, Arnold Palmer, and Tiger Woods. As author of the highly-acclaimed book, “A Thousand Goodbyes”, Huber is currently working on his latest project, a book about Tom Watson’s remarkable performance at the British Open of 2009. Huber’s work as sports