NATE “OKINAWA SLIM” BRYANT NOMINATED FOR BILLIARD CONGRESS OF AMERICA (BCA) HALL OF FAME

Atlanta, GA – April 4, 2016 – Retired Marine, world famous trick shot artist, and past president of the World Pool Billiard Association – Artistic Pool Division Nate “Okinawa Slim” Bryant is pleased to announce that he has been nominated for the Billiard Congress of America (BCA) Hall of Fame by one of his long time and loyal sponsors McDermott Cue Mfg. LLC.

“McDermott Cue feels they have nominated and endorsed a highly suitable individual for the Hall of Fame,” said Andy Werner Director of Sales and Marketing. “Nate ‘Okinawa Slim’ Bryant is McDermott Cue’s longest serving ambassador, having joined us in June 1982. His service to our company, our customers, and the greater pool community is certainly remarkable and deserves recognition.”

A full listing of Nate’s accomplishments can be found on McDermott’s website: http://www.mcdermottcue.com/okinawa

“From the time I first grabbed a cue at my father’s billiard parlor in Sanford Florida, I have loved this game,” said Okinawa Slim. “To think that I’m being considered for inclusion in this list along with legends—including James “Cisero” Murphy, the first African American to be inducted; Jeanette ‘The Black Widow’ Lee; Allen Hopkins; and Mike Massey—is an incredible honor.”