Stevie Johnson Returning To Buffalo with Xposure Academy
Former NFL Wide Receiver Stevie Johnson is of course no stranger to Buffalo, New York. He was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the seventh round of the 2008 NFL Draft where he played until 2013. After his run in Buffalo, he went on to play for the San Francisco 49ers (2014) then continued on to the San Diego Chargers (2015-2016). Seeing as though the large majority of his football career was spent in the Queen City, it’s no secret that he’s developed a soft spot for Buffalo and continues to return for various reasons and activities, both with the Bills and for his own endeavors.
Johnson founded the ClubHBHF (HandleBizHaveFun), which according to its website is “a company that assists athletes, entertainers, businesses and entrepreneurs along the way to find financial financial happiness through our club membership and/or partnerships”. Through ClubHBHF, Johnson will be returning this month to bring with his football training and development camp, the Xposure Academy which will be offering skill-building and competing sessions for youth ages 7-13 years old. The Xposure Academy boasts being able to “develop individuals at an astronomical rate” and emphasizes on expanding on the enrolled athlete's unique talents.
The Xposure Academy will be held this weekend from May 29th-May 30th at Amherst High School and only costs $40 per session.The first session is from 9am-12pm and the second session is from 1pm-4pm with a Skill Building Competition to follow. It’s not too late to enroll, to do so just visit HBHF.club to register and also get more information regarding the camp and ClubHBHF!