Story about Camillo and Carbon Sports Hockey January 2018

Camillo Eugene Ranieri is a 37 year old who has autism. I first met Camillo and his father Tom at the Xtra 99.1 FM radio station in Gloucester, VA. Neal Steele, DJ host the morning show and welcomes Tom and Camillo on a regular basis. In fact, Camillo's father Tom who works for the Gloucester Parks and Recreation is a regular caller to the morning show, to enlighten the many teens of listeners about his knowledge of so many facts and figures.

I met Camillo last October when we were broadcasting our weekly program called the "Oyster Tank". Camillo made an effort to bring some levity to the show by asking for more donuts that were brought in that day.

Later in the month Neal, Brian Molloy and Ralph Motley had a discussion with Richard Fucillo, COO for Carbon Sports Hockey in Boston, MA about their new revolutionary fiber hockey stick. During the broadcast, Neal pointed out that Camillo loves the game of Hockey and the Philadelphia Flyers. Since the Admirals Hockey Team donated a puck to Camillo, would Carbon Sports do the same. Richard gave an overwhelming "YES" to Neal and company.

So, on December 22 at 6:50am during the Oyster Tank Show- the Carbon Sports Hockey stick was presented to Camillo and his father by Neal Steele and Ralph Motley. Richard, COO called in to receive countless thank you's from Camillo and his father Tom.

Carbon Sports Hockey would like to thank Neal Steele and Xtra 99.1 FM for allowing them to speak about their start -up company and for making Camillo one happy camper.

Carbon Sports Hockey has spent 4 years in research and development of an amazing new hockey stick. This Air Blade stick is scientifically proven to shoot faster, more durable, and provides the best puck "feel" ever seen in the game of hockey.

Written by Brian J. Molloy

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