Travis Marshall Awarded Montlick and Associates' Athlete of the Year Award


March 12, 2013

Travis Marshall, the senior quarterback at Chattahoochee High School, has been awarded the "Montlick and Associates' Athlete of the Year Award." The field of candidates included eleven (11) weekly winners picked from athletes across Georgia, and Montlick and Associates has made a donation of $5,000 to Chattahoochee High School in honor of Marshall's athletic and scholastic achievements.

Travis Marshall, the senior quarterback at Chattahoochee High School, has been awarded the Montlick and Associates' Athlete of the Year Award for 2012. The field of candidates included eleven (11) weekly winners picked from athletes across Georgia. Marshall, who excels on and off the field, will be continuing his football and academic career at the U.S. Naval Academy. The student-athlete will be studying engineering and preparing to serve his country.

Montlick & Associates High School Football Athlete of the Year

Montlick and Associates, Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys, made a donation of $5,000 to Chattahoochee High School in honor of Marshall's athletic and scholastic achievements. "The Montlick and Associates' Athlete of the Year award is intended to facilitate the continued efforts of teachers, administration and staff in providing an environment that allows student-athletes to achieve their full potential and develop their leadership abilities," said David Montlick, the Founder and CEO of Montlick and Associates.

Throughout the season, the Atlanta based personal injury law firm teamed with WSB-TV Channel 2 in recognizing successful athletes that excelled in the classroom and on the football field each week. The public voted to determine which of the weekly recipients of the award would be a finalist for the year-end award. The three student-athletes who received the highest number of votes were picked as finalists. The Montlick and Associates' Athlete of the Year was then selected by the WSB-TV Channel 2 Sports Team.

Marshall led the Chattahoochee Cougars to a 10-2 record (9-1 in league play) while throwing for over 160 yards a game and exhibiting impressive speed on the field. Montlick and Associates congratulates all of the weekly recipients during the season for representing leadership, achievement and excellence as athletes and students.

About Montlick & Associates

The Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys at Montlick & Associates have been helping families in Georgia and throughout the southeast since 1984. The firm's practice is focused in the area of personal injury law, and helping injured people get the compensation they deserve. The firm has a long history of extensive public service programs, with the main focuses being helping families prevent injuries, and supporting our troops. Montlick & Associates' programs include its Family Safety Program (with weekly two minute news segments and over 100 videos available on the web), Help Keep Kids Safe Program (over 100,000 people have attended the firm's safety events) (helpkeepkidssafe.org), Don't Text & Drive Campaign (with television messages and billboards), Don't Drink & Drive (now int its 28th year), a brand new Car Seat and Booster Seat Program, and being the founding sponsor of a national anti-bullying organization (montlick.com/a4k), to name a few. The firm was named the "Most Patriotic Business of 2011" by the Association of the United States Army in Atlanta for its efforts to support the troops, and its CEO David R. Montlick received a Patriotism Award in 2012 for the Southeast. To learn more about Montlick & Associates visit Montlick.com.

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