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Former Clemson Basketball Great Grayson Marshall to Offer Life-Changing Event

Former Clemson Basketball Great Grayson Marshall to Offer Life-Changing Event

April 27, 2012

CLEMSON, SC – Clemson’s all-time assists leader Grayson Marshall is continuing to help others, long after his playing years are behind him. The Tiger point guard from 1984-88 will host “The Locker Room Experience”, an educational seminar, at Tri-County Technical College in Pendleton, SC on Saturday, May 19.

Marshall, a member of Clemson’s Athletic Hall of Fame, returned to Littlejohn Coliseum twice this past season, first as an honorary captain and then from Feb. 24-25 for the 100th anniversary alumni reunion. He played in Clemson’s alumni game on Friday, Feb. 24 and was honored as a member of the school’s all-time team on Saturday, Feb. 25 at a luncheon and halftime of the Clemson vs. NC State game.

In “The Locker Room Experience,” Marshall’s goal is to provide an education of life-changing knowledge and empower wealth-building information to ensure participants experience life at a higher level. The message blends highly applicable information, useful facts, news, wit, humor and personal stories that inspire others to elevate individual and team performance. The program facilitates personal empowerment by focusing on six key areas: transition, health & wellness, personal development, financial literacy, business, and balance.

“I speak from experience,” Marshall said. “I know where bad information and thinking can take you. When I share this information, people are literally blown away. They constantly tell me they’ve never heard these things before.”

His audiences gain an understanding of the important role that attitude, beliefs, behavior and decision-making have in their lives. These ideas were shaped over the course of Marshall’s life, which included his four years in Clemson as a star basketball player.

“Clemson is very special to me and I’m really excited to be able to come back to the area and share my passion for changing lives,” he said.

The experience includes two sessions available by payment, with a free closing session. The first session runs from 9-11:30 AM at Tri-County’s Marshall J. Parker Auditorium, while the second session is from 1-3:30 PM. Individual sessions are $30 at the door, or $49.95 for the entire day if participants register by Thursday, May 17. The closing session runs from 4-5:30 PM. Participants may order online at