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Author & American athlete Jeremy C. Holm has spent over half his life in the fast-paced winter sport of bobsled, including as the Head Coach for the US Adaptive Bobsled Team. He has a degree in Journalism and is pursuing a degree in Military History at the American Military University. In addition to motivational speaking and corporate appearances around the world, Jeremy is the author of three books and spends his time camping, hiking, writing and trying to make history, one day at a time.
March 1, 2014 - Come join Jeremy and several other local authors at Barnes and Nobles' 2014 "Authorpalooza" on March 1, 2014 from 1-4pm. The event will be held at the Sandy, UT Barnes and Noble Booksellers at 10180 S. State Street.
March 9, 2014 - We are excited to announce all our Northern California mid-single friends to join Jeremy for a special Fireside on Sunday, March 9 @ 7:00pm. The fireside will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel on 2831 Theona Way in Rocklin, CA.
Come see an amazing athlete and author who gets what it is like to live as a single and mid-single. Stay for fun mingling afterwards!
April 25, 2014 - We are pleased to announce that Jeremy has been invited to be the 2014 Keynote Speaker for the Utah Board of Juvenille Justice's Do the Write Thing awards luncheon to be held on April 25, 2014.
What is the Do the Write Thing campaign about?
All across America, students are rising to the challenge of doing something to end youth violence. The Do the Write Thing Challenge gives middle school students an opportunity to examine the impact of youth violence on their lives. Through classroom discussions and writings, students communicate what they think should be done to reduce youth violence. In addition, they make personal commitments to do something about this problem.
Utah friends and family, I'm excited to announce the first locations of my book signing tour! Come stop by to say hi, plus get an autographed copy of my new book and sit in an actual two-man bobsled on the following dates:
January 17 - Friday from 1-4pm - Salt Lake City Costco (1818 South 300 West)
January 18 - Saturday from 1-4pm - West Bountiful Costco (573 West 100 North)
January 31 - Friday from 1-4pm - Lehi Costco (198 North 1200 East)
Attention Baseball fans: The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) and the University of Utah are hosting a special night at the Bee's game on August 3, 2013. Join me in bringing awareness to our community. Tickets are on sale for $15 & $10 of that goes to support the AFSP's efforts. The tickets are redeemable at the box office for any game this year for best available seats, but I invite you to come to this special event with me!
There will also be a silent auction for signed memorabilia from Angels and Bees players.
Join us August 3rd and let's continue to make our voices heard and bring suicide Out of the Darkness!
EVENT: Out of Darkness Night with the Salt Lake City Bees
WHEN: August 3, 2013 from 7-10pm
WHERE: Spring Mobile Ballpark - 77 West 1300 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
Attention EVERYONE in Utah, I will be attending the 2013 American Lung Association's Night With the Stars event on September 18th.
This year will be my fourth year attending and all I can say is, wow, what a special night! Here, I'll let the ALAU tell you all about it:
"You are cordially invited to support the American Lung Association in Utah at our 23rd annual gala on September 18, 2013. It's a night under the stars, with the stars, in and effort to promote lung health in our community and prevent lung disease.
Each year some of Utah's most respected celebrities join us at the Marriott University Park to help support the American Lung Association in Utah. Stars include some of Utah's best known politicians, tv and radio personalities, professional athletes, Olympians, coaches, authors, composers, artists, actors, and actresses.
Your attendence will support vital research and educational programs, including a summer camp for children with asthma, a teen tobacco cessation program, and an asthma education program for elementary school children. By working together, we can make breathing easier for the Utahns suffering from chronic lung disease.
EVENT: 2013 Night With the Stars
WHEN: Sept 18, 2013 from 6-9pm
WHERE: Salt Lake City Marriott University Park, 480 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Attention Ogden residents, I will be participating in the 2013 Olympic Day on June 28th. The event is going to be awesome with all the local Boys and Girl's Club teens and kids participating along with their friends and families. Not totally sure what we'll be doing, by I'm honored to be going with 1972 Olympic gymnast Debbie Stark-Clark and Paralympic athlete Chris Waddell. If you're in the area, stop on by!
EVENT: Ogden 2013 Olympic Day
WHEN: June 28, 2013 from TBA
WHERE: Odyssey Elementary, 375 Goddard St, Ogden, UT 84401
Hey Utah County residents, I will be speaking at the 2013 Pleasant Grove "Out of Darkness" community walk on June 29th. The event is going to be an amazing gathering of support for those who have lost loved ones to suicide and an outpouring of educational outreach to help those who may feel that they are struggling with life right now. There will be a fun walk/run as well as booth and a lot of great information and fun to be had by all! Plus, I might be bringing a bobsled down for your to sit in and take a photo!
EVENT: Out of Darkness Community Walk/Event
WHEN: June 29, 2013 from 9am-Noon
WHERE: Pleasant Grove High School (700 E 200 S Pleasant Grove, Utah 84062)
Having grown up around the Olympics and with many Olympic athletes as friends, coaches, mentors and associates, I have seen and felt the power that the Games bring into this world. And it is a wonderful thing.
Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic movement, once noted that the Games are a celebration of the “springtime of humanity.” Every four years (or one "Olympiad") the world comes together in a renewal of hope and dreams to watch our best compete in an athletic spectacle that has no rival, one that is designed to promote one universal goal: peace.
Like you, I have my favorite moments from past Games, from watching these "heroes and gods" compete in cities like Los Angeles, Calgary, Lillehammer, Atlanta, and Sydney. The Games became much more personal when, after beginning bobsled in 1996, I watched friends and associates compete in Nagano, Salt Lake City, Beijing, Vancouver and London. As I let the wonderful spirit of the Games influence my life, I found myself aiming higher, dreaming bigger and hoping more.
With those thoughts in mind, here are (in my opinion) 10 Reasons Why We Love the Games
Like so many Americans I spent this past Sunday, June 16, surrounded by my amazing family, especially the man honored on Father's Day, our Dad (who if you have met him looks like George Bush, Jr.). Now I have to tell you, my family jokingly quips that we are the only functionally-dysfunctional family you'll ever meet. In fact, we often say that we put the FUN in dysfunctional.
Joking aside, I love my family. From my two wonderful parents to my three siblings, plus a wide assortment of cousins, grandparents, aunts, uncles, but as I sat there yesterday thinking how blessed I am I realized that my "family" consists of so much more than bloodlines. There are my incredible bobsled teammates who have meant so much to me on and off the ice. There are classmates who got me through junior high, high school and college. There are the friends who have become as close to me as any blood relative. There are coaches, trainers, church leaders, teachers, neighbors and the list goes on and on.