Baxter, Trinity's newest advisory board member and 12-year NFL veteran, will appear at Trinity's office at 2431 Atlantic Ave. to pose for photos and sign autographs on items fans bring in from noon to 1:30 p.m. Fri., according to a prepared statement.
Baxter, a South Jersey resident, played tight end for the NY Jets, Chicago Bears and New England Patriots, where he became a Super Bowl Champion.
"In addition to his seat on the Trinity Advisory Board, Baxter is a member of the Athletes and Business Alliance, a network of accomplished individuals in an environment where one can develop personal associations with a structured and supportive system of giving and receiving business," the statement says.
Both Trinity Financial and ABA were founded by Peter Grandich, a 30-year Wall Street veteran, well-known financial commentator and Freehold resident.
About Fred BaxterFred starred in baseball and football at Auburn University. After college, he was drafted by the NY Jets in 1993 and was the team's MVP in 1996. He went on to play with the Chicago Bears and was a significant player on the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots in 2004. In 2000, he founded the Fred Baxter Foundation to support the academic and physical development of disadvantaged youth and families through existing charities nationwide.