The summit, conducted June 20-22, focused on "mindfulness and learning," according to Bridgestone.
"One of the most rewarding parts of TEU is giving back to the Nashville community, a place I also call home," said George Kittle, tight end for the San Francisco 49ers and co-founder of TEU. "We're excited to be working with Bridgestone for the third year in a row to help young people build solid foundations, and we hope this year's focus on literacy will make a lasting, positive impact."
Bridgestone and TEU also collaborated to support a $50,000 donation to the participating students organizations and schools to support literacy initiatives once the students returned.
Besides Kittle, Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs) and Greg Olsen also attended the summit.
The three tight ends worked out a bit at the university field and afterwards attended a collaboration of students and Bridgestone representative to discuss the critical importance of reading.