New York Giants Linebacker To Meet with Salt Lake City Troubled Teens

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NFL Player Bryan Kehl Will Speak to Turnabout/Stillwater Academy Students

NFL linebacker and former Brigham Young University football star Bryan Kehl will speak to students at Turnabout/Stillwater Academy, an adolescent treatment program, on Wednesday, March 11 at 10:30 a.m. at the Turnabout facility. Following his remarks, Kehl will have lunch with Turnabout's student leadership team and staff.

A native of Salt Lake City, Kehl played defensive end for BYU where he studied mechanical engineering. He began his career with the New York Giants in 2008.

"Bryan Kehl is a great example of one who's worked hard to reach his dreams," said Scott Jones, Turnabout program director. "That's a message we want our students to internalize."

Turnabout/Stillwater Academy is an adolescent treatment program that specializes in helping troubled teens and their families from all across the nation to make positive changes in their lives.

"We teach our students the importance of community and getting outside their own lives," said Jones. "So we're thrilled to have Bryan Kehl give back to his community by coming to speak with us."

For more information on Bryan Kehl's visit to Turnabout, contact Turnabout's program director Scott Jones.

About Turnabout/Stillwater Academy:
Turnabout/Stillwater Academy is a licensed, adolescent treatment program and private school dedicated to helping families and struggling teens find the pathway back to happiness and family harmony. For more than 20 years, Turnabout's family centered approach to treatment has helped restore hope and healing to hundreds of families nationwide. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, the organization provides treatment services to troubled teens dealing with a wide range of issues.

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