Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
Author Chuck Trout describes himself as a man who “… loves sports and appreciates a good sense of humor.” With that description in mind, he presents to readers his new book “Let the Fans Negotiate” (published by AuthorHouse), a humorous book dedicated to granting fans control of sports.
A firm believer in the adage that “… no professional team can be successful without the support of fans,” Trout suggests that owners in 12 sports simply allow things to take their natural course: let the fans negotiate player salaries.
“Every year we witness players, owners and even officials of the different sports threatening to strike for what they want,” Trout says. “The recommendations in this book put an end to all strikes by having the fans do the negotiating.”
Trout is also quick to distance his book from other so-called books of humor. “With most joke books you have to read the whole book to find a few good jokes,” he says. “This book provides excellent jokes on each page.”
About the Author
Chuck Trout has dedicated his life to sports. In the second grade he out-hit, out-played and was much more mature than the other children in his class. Some felt it was his natural ability; others felt it was his age. He was 19.
During his six years in high school, Trout had a batting average of 128. In basketball he was scoring 3 points a game. And in cross-country track, he would have been very competitive but unfortunately got lost during the race.
Now that Trout is older, he has decided to take all his experiences and influence “the powers to be” so they will change the rules of the 12 sports addressed in “Let the Fans Negotiate.”
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