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Mattress retailing executive Edwin Shoffner is the president of Mattress by Appointment. Outside of his professional life, Edwin Shoffner enjoys watching live sporting events and is a season ticket holder of the Charlotte Hornets.

Mattress retailing executive Edwin Shoffner is the president of Mattress by Appointment. Outside of his professional life, Edwin Shoffner enjoys watching live sporting events and is a season ticket holder of the Charlotte Hornets.

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Two Charlotte Hornets Represent during 2019 All-Star Weekend

  1. 1. Two Charlotte Hornets Represent during 2019 All-Star Weekend EDWIN SHOFFNER
  2. 2. Introduction  Mattress retailing executive Edwin Shoffner is the president of Mattress by Appointment. Outside of his professional life, Edwin Shoffner enjoys watching live sporting events and is a season ticket holder of the Charlotte Hornets. Between 15th and 17th February 2019, the city of Charlotte hosted its biggest sporting event of the year, the NBA All-Star Weekend. During the event, two Charlotte Hornets got to represent their team and the city, players Miles Bridges and Kemba Walker.
  3. 3. Charlotte Hornets  Bridges took to the court on Saturday night during the dunk contest. He displayed his dunking prowess throughout the contest, even performing a reverse 360-degree jam while adorning a Larry Johnson jersey as a tribute to the Charlotte Hornets legend. Bridges finished third in the contest. Oklahoma City’s Hamidou Diallo won the dunk contest. Walker stepped onto the court during the three-point shooting contest that same Saturday and then later on at the event's main attraction, the All-Star game on Sunday night. He started for Team Giannis at the game against Team Lebron, making him the first Hornet to start at an All-Star game since 1999. He finished with four points and a game-high eight assists, to the rousing roar of the home fans. Team Lebron beat Team Giannis 178–164.

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