The Todd Leonard Show Hosts Marty Lyons, NY JETS Legend, This Sunday at 8:00 a.m.



NEW JERSEY - May 22, 2020 - (Newswire.com)

Attorney Todd Leonard, founding partner of the Todd J. Leonard Law Firm, is proud to announce that he will be hosting New York Jets famed defensive tackle, Marty Lyons. Marty Lyons is one of the few NFL players to spend his entire career with the Jets, and has become one of the most celebrated local athletes. Throughout his career and retirement, Marty has been instrumental in giving back to his community, most notably through the creation of the Marty Lyons Foundation

The Marty Lyons Foundation was founded in 1982, while Marty was still a defensive tackle for the New York Jets. The Foundation helps to fulfill the wishes of children, ages 3 to 17 who have been diagnosed with terminal or life-threatening illnesses. The Marty Lyons Foundation has 10 chapters in 13 states, including Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Virginia. To date, the Foundation has granted close to  8000 wishes, and will even grant second wishes to deserving children.

Make sure you tune into the Todd Leonard Show this Sunday, May 24 at 8:00 a.m. on WMTR 1250 AM, and listen to special guest, NY JETS legend Marty Lyons, who will talk about the Marty Lyons Foundation, which has been granting wishes to terminally ill and very sick children since 1982.

You can also watch Sunday’s show live on The Todd Leonard Show’s Facebook page. Marty’s Foundation says, “We grant wishes today for a better tomorrow.” We also ask that those who are able to visit the Marty Lyons Foundation and donate to his wonderful cause.

Each week, we bring on guests who are truly making a difference in lifting up the community and helping others in need. If you know of anyone who is giving back to the community and helping others, please send us an email at tleonard@lawleonard.com or call us at (973) 920-7900 so they can appear on the show.

To listen to other podcasts, please visit https://toddleonardshow.com.


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