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LA Quarterback Club Debuting Full-Color Media Guide

The Livingston Academy Quarterback Club has a new full-color media guide for sale as part of its annual fundraising efforts.

Vice President Josh Scott said the new look will take their already professional media guide to a whole new level of quality.

“That’ll change the way the quality of our ads are,” Scott said. “It’ll change the way the quality of our photos. ‘Cause it’s taking – not going to that grayscale black and white and kind of going pixelated a little bit, it’ll actually be that full-color, non-, you know, edited if you will, and – and really just keep that professional, clean look throughout.”

Scott said the money earned will primarily be used for the needs of the school’s football team including equipment, apparel, food, and field maintenance. He said the club also supports the Overton County Junior Wildcats and Overton County Outlaws as funds permit.

“We try to be available to disperse funds to people that need it that benefit the Livingston Academy football program,” Scott said. “So if that’s the middle school football team, then we try to help them out.”

Scott said the media guide has profiles for each of the coaches, as well as a section highlighting all the seniors in the band, cheerleading squad, and football team.

Scott said they encourage sponsors to involve students in the ads for the media guide.

“Especially when a business has a player involved, say that mom and dad run a business or grandma and grandpa run a business and they want to have their player in their ad, we encourage that,” Scott said. “How do you know, when we do media day, if they haven’t already submitted, you know, a photo with maybe their player, you know, kind of representing their business, we take care of that and then plug them into that ad.”

Scott said the guide had a few color pages in past years, but was mostly black and white. Scott said they also raise funds by selling 4’x’4’ field signs that businesses can purchase.

“We hang those around the fence there at Tom Davis Memorial Stadium,” Scott said.

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