Steven E. Wallace, a partner at the law firm of Ward Damon in West Palm Beach, has been appointed to Palm Beach County Sports Commission by Palm Beach County Commissioner Sara Baxter.
Wallace has been active in the local sports community for years, including founding the premier AAU travel basketball program in Palm Beach County, 561 Wildcats. He continues to serve as a coach of the program, which serves boys and girls in second through 12th grades.
The Palm Beach County Sports Commission is a nonprofit organization that works to attract sporting events and activities to Palm Beach County to promote the area as a sports tourism destination on a national and international level.
Each year, nearly a million sports visitors stay in Palm Beach County hotels while enjoying local attractions and dining experiences.
“I’m honored and excited to join the Palm Beach County Sports Commission because it’s the perfect opportunity for me to serve our community and combine both my love for sports and skillset as a business and real estate attorney,” Wallace said. “I look forward to supporting many exciting sporting events for our area.”
Wallace has always had a passion for sports, playing basketball and soccer growing up and as a young adult. His term on the sports commission runs through September 2024.
For more information about Wallace and his legal practice, visit www.warddamon.com/meet-our-attorneys/steven-wallace.
Ward Damon is a multidiscipline law firm serving the legal needs of its clients and community since 1987.
The firm has offices in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton and Jupiter. For more information, visit www.warddamon.com.