GOVERNORS AND SENATORS LEND SUPPORT FOR TEAM MUAY THAI-USA AND THE UNITED STATES MUAY THAI ASSOCIATION
Governors and U. S. Senators from across the nation lend a voice of support for the members of the U.S. national Thai Boxing team "Team Muay Thai-USA" who represent the United States of America in international competitions. Unbeknown to many, His Royal Highness, King Bhomibol of Thailand is American by birth, born in the City of Cambridge, in the State of Massachusetts, 60 years ago.
When Team Muay Thai-USA I first stepped on Thai soil representing the stars and stripes they fought a grueling four day battle against 32 veteran nations, won a 3rd place position, and brought home a Gold and 2 Bronze medals from the International Princes Cup of Thailand event.
TMT's promotional section fearlessly turned to the public, business sector and the media to gain support the National team. Letters of good luck and best wishes have been arriving for the Team Muay Thai, from hundreds of the sports enthusiasts and the nations top leading political figures.
|Georgia State Governor Zell Miller||Main State Governor Angus S. King Jr.||Delaware State Governor Thomas R. Carper||Indiana State. Governor Frank O' Bannion|
|Utah State Governor Michael O. Leavitt||Wisconsin State Governor Tommy G. Thompson||Wisconsin State Assistant Minority Leader Brian D. Rude||West Virginia State Governor Gaston Caperton|
|PA Boxing Comm. Executive Director Gregory P. Sirb||Washington DC Chairman David A Clarke||Georgia State Lieutenant Governor Pierre Howard||Tennessee State Governor Don Sundquist|
|Nevada State Lieutenant Governor Lonnie L. Hammargren, M.D. ||Kansas State Governor Bill Graves||Mississippi State Governor Kirk Fordice||Nebraska State Governor E. Benjamin Nelson|
|New Mexico State Governor Gary E. Johnson||Oklahoma State Governor Frank Keating||California State Governor Pete Wilson||Rhode Is. Governor Lincoln Almond|
The USMTA and Team Muay Thai-USA express the appreciation to the above and look forward to competing for the "Kings Cup Classic " and "Millennium Cup" in honor of those who gave their support to the teams.