Palm Beach County Sports Commission Unveils
Class of 2010 Inductees
Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, LPGA Standout Dottie Pepper and NFL Great Fred Taylor Headline List
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (October 18, 2009) – The Palm Beach County Sports Commission announced its 2010 class of Hall of Fame inductees – including baseball legend Hank Aaron, LPGA standout Dottie Pepper, and NFL Pro Bowl running back and University of Florida standout, Fred Taylor.
“We're proud to announce such an extremely high caliber group of inductees,” said Joe Ceravolo, chairman of the Hall of Fame Committee. “Palm Beach County is blessed to have such a large concentration of accomplished athletes at the professional and amateur levels. Demand to attend this limited-seating event will undoubtedly be high, and I encourage people to purchase tickets early to not miss out.”
A dominant LPGA Tour player, Dottie Pepper amassed $6.8 million in prize money, preceded by
a successful amateur career winning two statewide championships in New York (1981) and
runner-up in the 1982 PGA National Junior Championship. Recipient of numerous LPGA
awards, including the Rolex Player of the Year and the Vare Trophy. Pepper now serves as a
golf analyst for NBC Sports.
The Palm Beach County Sports Commission's (PBCSC) 34th Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony takes place March 21, 2010, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. For tickets or sponsorship information, contact the PBCSC at 561-233-3180.