Chargin To Re-Join Golden Boy

LOS ANGELES, July 7 - Golden Boy Promotions is pleased to announce that Hall of Fame promoter and matchmaker Don Chargin will renew his affiliation with Golden Boy Promotions as a special consultant and advisor effective immediately

"I am thrilled to have Don back at Golden Boy," said Golden Boy Promotions CEO, Richard Schaefer. "His advice and guidance has been and will continue to be very valuable to us.. His Hall of Fame credentials and track record speak for themselves. Golden Boy has recently expanded its network and venue deals and as a result has started to sign some of the most promising young fighters and Don will be involved on a daily basis in the guidance and development of these young fighters' careers. His knowledge and expertise in this industry will assist in building the younger generation of fighters of today into the future champions of tomorrow."

Don Chargin commented, "I have the utmost respect for Oscar and Richard and their team and how they have strategically built Golden Boy into one of the leading boxing promotional companies in the world. I will have a regular presence at their office and events and look forward to working with Richard and assisting him with Golden Boy's continued growth and expansion. Golden Boy is a company of champions and it is my pleasure to work with their team to recruit and build the champions of tomorrow."

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Article posted on 08.07.2010

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