I really appreciate the attention I’ve received from the media after the launch of my new book, The Pettis Norman Story. It’s gratifying that the book is newsworthy and that newspapers are spreading the word, including the North Dallas Gazette.
I did put my heart and soul into the book so that it would bless others.
From the article:
Pettis Norman invites his friends, fans, and colleagues to read his new autobiography, The Pettis Norman Story: A Journey Through the Cotton fields to the Super Bowl and into Servant Leadership.
Pettis credits his parents, Fessor and Eloise “Elease” Norman of Lincolnton, Georgia, for instilling the values that carried him through a 12-year career in the NFL. He fondly recalls his grade school, junior high, high school, and college years in Charlotte, North Carolina prepared him for life on the gridiron and in corporate America. His football scholarship at Johnson C. Smith University was life-changing — and then the NFL came calling.
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