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More appearances to be announced soon!
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Speaking of which...
In case you're thinking about booking Matt Fulks and Jim Chappell to share stories from "Conversations at Chappell's" with your group, here's what Rich Groves, the Executive Director of the North Kansas City Business Council, said:
"Just as Matt Fulks and Jim Chappell teamed up to write an interesting book about many of the sports celebrities who have been customers and friends of Jim Chappell, they teamed up to make a very interesting and humorous luncheon program for our Monthly Membership Luncheon. You can tell people enjoyed it because of the number of questions that followed and the humorous responses to some of those questions."
co-authored with Denny Matthews, gives an inside look at baseball and some of the game's goofball rules, through the eyes of Matthews, the Baseball Hall of Fame's 2007 Ford C. Frick Award winner. The book is now in stores!
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: Pittsburgh Steelers, offers a look at humorous, painful and sometimes sad anecdotes throughout the Steelers' history. (We've been told it's a great bathroom read.)
Here is Matt's interview on "The Drive" on ESPN-1250 in Pittsburgh. (By the way, Matt doesn't actually write for The Kansas City Star anymore.)
"Matt Fulks stressed to me a few times during the writing of (the book) that this is not intended to be a complete history of the Pittsburgh Steelers. ... However, through the good -- and in spite of the bad and the ugly -- this book reminds us why we're proud to be Pittsburgh Steelers." -- Steelers great Rocky Bleier from the book's Foreword.
The book is available at bookstores or at Amazon.com. So if you're a Steelers fan, know a Steelers fan or for some reason just enjoy Matt's writing, click here to get your copy.