This champion has spirit and a mission, and a champion never quits. This is the story of Jordan Eugenio, the 4-year-old golf prodigy and "Golf's Most Popular Kid in America ".
We are seeking a Global partner to launch a "Jordan E" kids golf apparel line. With the explosion of Tiger Woods on the golf scene in 1996 and with his international exposure and marketing dominance over the past six years, the number of youngsters playing golf and purchasing golf related merchandise has increased dramatically, and shows no signs of subsiding. There exists an opportunity for this niche market, the "Hottest Kid in America ".
Jordan Eugenio is a nationally recognized 4-year-old USA golfer. Jordan, a Korean boy born in the USA and the company's icon, has become the most talked about player in any young age group in the USA. He is far more advanced at this young golfing age than probably any golfer in history. He has won tournaments in age groups much older than he, and is the youngest player to have ever scored an eagle on a par 4 hole. He is the youngest player allowed to play in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, and other prominent junior tournaments for age 8 and older players.
Having appeared on Good Morning America, The Best Damn Sport Show, many featured articles in over 50 metropolitan newspapers around the U.S. and the lead story on numerous national news programs including CNN, Jordan has gained a national notoriety for himself. Jordan just completed an AT&T commercial and is represented by Stars Talent Agency of San Francisco. A recognized Jordan logo was developed emulating Jordan 's swing and entitled "Swinging for a Dream". This will send a message to kids of all ages to "Go for It".
Jordan has a 10-year-older brother Joshua who has Down Syndrome. Jordan, at a very early age, became his brother's keeper by helping his brother play sports and other activities that normally children inflicted with Down Syndrome may never experience. The intent of publicizing Jordan as the messenger and his extraordinary personality is to assist other parents of inflicted children. This newly created foundation called "Children with Special Needs" wants to provide videos to the parents and siblings of those inflicted children. It is very traumatic to be told at birth your child has Down Syndrome or an infliction of any kind. Parents need to know this is not the end of the world. The foundation intends to send that message.
Revenues from Jordan's licensed clothing line, My Brothers Keeper teddy bear line, TV and radio commercial revenue and donations can make this come true, coupled with other celebrities joining in this dream can come true. We need an alliance with a global apparel company that can see the untapped kids market and the vision to license and promote Jordan 's clothing line, in turn enriching all involved causes. Currently the foundation has developed for sale: caps, beanies, visors, t-shirts and teddy bears named "Jordan Holy Bear" and embroidered on the back with "My Brothers Keeper".
The goal is to align with a solid company offering vision, and a desire for the good of kids. Promotion for the "Swing for a Dream" campaign tied into Jordan Eugenio logo product lines. For further information, log onto www.calihu.com. California Handicapped Unveiled, a California LLC, founded by Jordan's and Joshua's father, Johnny Eugenio and Jason Companion in 2002.