USPA Chairman Stewart Armstrong will be featured on The Icons with Rick Horrow, a syndicated show that airs nationwide on the Fox Sports Network and presents a combination of long-form interviews with defining figures in sports. The show also takes a deeper look at the $1.3 trillion sports industry as well as the $12 billion yearly business of sports philanthropy. The upcoming monthly series will premiere on Saturday, February 20, 2020, and run throughout 2021.
Previous Icons have included Nick Saban, Cal Ripken Jr., Dick Vitale, Bill Walton, Curtis Martin, Scott Hamilton, Lyn St. James, and other icons. Upcoming episodes will feature former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly, Orlando Magic Co-Founder Pat Williams and Willie O’Ree, the first black player in the NHL.
USPA Chairman Stewart Armstrong sat down for an interview for The Icons with Rick Harrow at Maureen Brennan’s Iconica Polo Farm.
“The business of sports has matured into more than a trillion-dollar industry and has evolved over the last 50 years in a way no one could have imagined,” said Rick Horrow, Co-Executive Producer and Host of the show. “Every month, we step behind the scoreboard and take an inside look at those who have a profound influence on sports.”
The Icons with Rick Horrow is executive produced by Horrow Sports Ventures and produced by Emmy Award-winning V2 Content Studios. Together, they have been profiling the stories behind the positive impact of sports since 2017, with shows airing over 4,400 times on the Fox Sports/Sinclair family of regional and national networks.