Miller Brothers announce promotions


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  • The Big and Little Spartans make wacky faces to celebrate following their teammates' promotions, along with four of their coaches including Black Belt Mike Pagano (Back row, left)



Miller Brothers MMA & Fitness’ head coach of the Big and Little Spartans youth martial arts program Mike Pagano awarded 17 promotions to his students in acknowledgement of their hard work.

The promotions were headlined by the awarding of a new belt as Josh Enberg earned his promotion to Grey-and-Black belt. He was joined by sixteen of his classmates who received new stripes: White Belt, Fourth Stripe — Anthony Reyes; White Belt, Third Stripe — Lincoln Andres, Shaan Balkar; White Belt, Second Stripe — Myles Berkowitz, Dexter Liddle; White Belt, First Stripe — Omar Balkar, Rachel Castro, Chase Morrow, River Poindexter, Logan Reed, Mason Reed, Nolan Reed, Eric Ruiz, Gianna Ruiz, Tiffany Ruiz, Owen Vanderhoof

The Big and Little Spartans programs stress hard work, respect, self-confidence and accountability, and the promotions represent the young martial artists’ progress in these areas as well as in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

For more information on the program at Miller Brothers MMA & Fitness visit MillerBrothersMMA.com or call 862-268-2660.

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