Easton Foundations names Robert Regojo Manager of the Easton Newberry Archery Center

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Easton Foundations names Robert Regojo Manager of the Easton Newberry Archery Center

Newberry, FL — January 1, 2019 - Easton Sports Development Foundation is pleased to announce the promotion of Robert Regojo to Manager of the Easton Newberry Archery Center in Newberry, Florida.

Robert, who is a certified Level IV Coach through USA Archery, will report directly to Carl Greene, Director of Operations. Robert will be responsible for the management and growth of the Easton Newberry Archery Center including promoting archery classes, seminars, programs and events as well as the development of new ideas to support archery in the Newberry/Gainesville, FL area.

Robert participated in collegiate programs at the Easton Newberry Archery Center while attending the University of Florida. He started coaching part-time at the center and was later hired on as a full-time coach in 2014. In 2017, Robert was promoted to Archery Programs Coordinator where he demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and developed innovative programs that have been beneficial to all Easton Foundation Archery Centers. We look forward to continued growth and success with Robert leading the team at the Easton Newberry Archery Center.

“I am very excited to have Robert move into this new role at the Easton Newberry Archery Center”, stated Caren Sawyer, Executive Director of the Easton Foundations. “Robert has been a part of the Easton Newberry Archery Center for many years as the Archery Programs Coordinator and now as the Manager. During that time, he has been a part of the growth of programs and events. I look forward to seeing him continue to grow archery at the center."

“Since joining the team in Newberry, Robert has demonstrated strong insights in developing deliberate and progressive programs. This knowledge has benefitted not only the growth in Newberry, but the foresight in developing programs at other centers. We look forward to continued growth and success with Robert leading the team at the Easton Newberry Archery Center” stated Carl Greene, Director of Operations for the Easton Foundations.

Robert expressed his eagerness in taking on this new role at the Easton Newberry Archery Center “When I was offered this opportunity, I was very excited. Our team has been making significant strides in developing and growing a sustainable archery center and I look forward to leading that effort here in Florida.”

The Easton Newberry Archery Center is open to the public for classes, training and events. For more information please call 352-472-2388 or visit the website: www.eastonnewberryarcherycenter.org.

About the Easton Foundations:

The Easton Foundations’ aim is to keep archery a viable part of the sporting culture in communities across the United States. Founded during the 1982 Olympics by Jim Easton, the founder and former CEO of Easton Sports, Inc., the Foundations actively work to introduce the Olympic sport of archery to communities across the country. It supports the training of aspiring archers, trainers, coaches, and administrators and the building of archery facilities at city parks, schools, universities and sports complexes.

The Easton Foundations encourages and engages youth to participate and develop skills in the sports of archery, baseball, softball, ice hockey, and cycling. It contributes to selected 501(c)(3) charitable groups and universities that share its vision of excellence and innovation in sports programs, business and engineering education, and medical research.

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Stanley Cheng