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Dick VermeilFormer NFL coach Dick Vermeil has been announced as the keynote speaker for this year’s Nebraska Coaches Association clinic that is happening on July 25. It will be a fun way to start integrating football back into everyone’s lives before the full season kicks off again this fall, and fans from all around the local area will be thrilled to see one of the league’s best-retired coaches. The 80-year old sports pro is expected to share some exciting stories from his days in the NFL as well as some tips for those who are attending with the hopes of fine-tuning their coaching skills. It should be an action-packed event that many are looking forward to.

The Calistoga, California native went to San Jose State University and graduated in 1959. From there, he took his coaching career to Hillsdale High School where he was in charge of the football team for two years before jumping into college sports. After spending some time at the Napa Junior College and Stanford sports programs, he managed to land an assistant coaching job with the Los Angeles Rams which he served in from 1971 to 1973. Over the course of his career, he also got to coach the team at UCLA, the Philadelphia Eagles, the St. Louis Rams, and finally the Kansas City Chiefs with whom he stayed with for the last four seasons of his professional coaching years before retiring in 2005.

Vermeil has been announced as the speaker for this year’s Nebraska Coaches Association clinic that’s happening later this July. It will be a great opportunity for them to hear and jot down notes from a man with some exceptional experience on the sport.

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Steve Mariucci Speaking FeeFormer NFL coach Steve Mariucci is going to be the guest speaker at the All-Star Banquet on June 24th in Superior Dome in Marquette, Michigan. Tickets to get into the event cost $6 per person if they are purchased in advance or $7 at the door. The gates open at 10 a.m. and give visitors an opportunity to check in, but the U.P. All-Star Football doesn’t kick off until 1 p.m. There will be a few local radio stations broadcasting the game and it will be a lot of fun for all individuals who are planning to make it out there. This is a great way to celebrate the summer season and enjoy the outdoors before fall and the true football season make its way back around.

The Iron Mountain, Michigan native started his sports career during his high school years where he played football, basketball and ran track. He ended up attending Northern Michigan University in Marquette where he also began his coaching career after graduation. Over the course of his coaching history, Mariucci worked for a number of colleges and universities such as Cal State Fullerton, USC, and the University of California. He also was the head coach for the San Francisco 49ers from 1997 through 2002, and the Detroit Lions from 2003 to 2005. Since retiring from the field, Mariucci has since been hired by the NFL Network to work on their shows “NFL GameDay” as well as serve as an analyst on their NFL pregame show.

Mariucci will be speaking at this weekend’s All-Star Banquet that’s taking place in Superior Dome, Marquette, Michigan on June 24. Tickets are only $7 at the door, so if you’re in town be sure to stop by.

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Watch Steve Mariucci Speaking with Jameis Winston about the NFL:

simone-bilesOlympic gold medalist Simone Biles recently traveled to Anaheim, California to inspire some of Orange County’s foster youth. She and her mother took the stage to talk and answer questions as a part of the 13th annual 44 Women for Orangewood Foundation Scholarship Luncheon that took place on June 9 in the Disneyland Hotel ballroom. The event was able to raise at least $250,000 as they did last year and provide scholarships to over 250 students who are foster youths with scholarships ranging in amounts of anywhere between $500 and $10,000. It was a very motivating and emotional gathering for everyone who participated and a very successful turnout of attendees.

The Columbus, Ohio native was raised by her grandparents and recently graduated her homeschooled high school program in 2015 with plans to attend UCLA. However, once she made the Team USA gymnastics team he opted to defer her education until after the Olympics were over in the summer of 2016. Biles began her gymnast career at the age of 14 in 2011 and began to enter in competitions all over the world. At the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics she took home four gold medals and one bronze, which is a great accomplishment for someone her age.

Biles recently showed up at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California on Friday, June 9 to inspire many of Orange County’s foster youth through her own story of being in the foster care system. It was a very emotional experience for everyone, yet extremely motivating as well.

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Watch Simone Biles Speaking about competing in Rio:

Lou HoltzFormer Notre Dame Head coach Lou Holtz recently attended and concluded the Irish Invasion event that happened on Saturday, June 10 in South Bend, Indiana. Holtz got a chance to discuss aspirations with the audience and how it is important to decide on what you want out of life and understand that everything has a price. He also reiterated that making good choices now are what sets a person up for a happy life, not just a temporary fulfillment. Everyone who attended truly enjoyed hearing these wise words from one of college football’s greatest names and it was a lot of fun who all who were involved. Holtz continued to prove to be an inspiration not just to fans of the Irish, but everyone with dreams.

The West Virginia native attended Kent State University where he played as a linebacker for the football team, and after graduating from the University with a degree in history in 1959 he started to lean towards a career in coaching in 1960. He spent 8 years as an assistant coach for five different universities before he finally became a head coach at William & Mary University in 1969. Over the next 35 years, Holtz coached for many other educational establishments but is most well known for his time working at Notre Dame where he was for a decade. These days the former coach makes a lot of time to give motivational speeches to lots of different companies and athletes, and he has also been a sports commentator for CBS.

Holtz recently spoke at the Irish Invasion event earlier this month in South Bend, and it was an exciting and inspiring time for everyone present.

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Watch Lou Holtz Speaking with Brandon Steiner about his Coaching Career:

Ricky WilliamsFormer NFL running back Ricky Williams was a headline speaker at this year’s Southeast Cannabis Conference & Expo that took place between June 9 and June 11. This was the first conference of its kind dedicated to medical marijuana in Florida, and it happened at the Broward County Convention Center. Over the course of the two days, a number of different speakers took the stage that ranged from researchers, businessmen, politicians, to professional athletes and they discussed how this substance could benefit those people who choose to be informed by it. Williams has been a long time advocate for medical marijuana and insists that there are far more pros over cons in using it for a variety of healing methods. He was joined by some fellow athletes in their stance to promote the use of medical marijuana and shared some of their own personal stories and experiences about using it.

The San Diego, California native played baseball, football, and ran track in high school due, but really excelled in football due to his love for physical contact sports. He ended up accepting an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Texas where he played for the Longhorns for all four of his college years. Williams entered the 1999 NFL Draft and was selected in the first round as the 5th overall pick by the New Orleans Saints who he stayed with for the first two years of his career. From 2002 to 2010, he was on the roster of the Miami Dolphins with the exception of one year, in 2006, where he went north to the Toronto Argonauts. He ended his playing career with the Baltimore Ravens in 2011.

Williams was the speaker this summer at the first ever conference and expo to promote the benefits of medical marijuana in Florida. He and several other big names shared their view and experiences on the matter at this event, and it was a very informative session.

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Calvin Johnson TransformersWith that latest installment of the Transformers movie series set to be released on June 21st, it is hard to turn on the television without seeing a trailer or commercial for the movie. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins and Josh Duhamel, it’s only fitting to have a promotion with Calvin Johnson, who played in a city known for cars and was nicknamed Megatron throughout his career in Detroit.

One of the commercials for Transformers: The Last Knight just so happens to feature former Detroit Lions great Calvin Johnson, who went by the nickname of Megatron during his great career in the Motor City.

Johnson is starring in a commercial for the forthcoming summer blockbuster movie “Transformers.” The spot pits his alter ego — Megatron — against his longtime nemesis. The film hits theaters June 21. If you company is interested in booking a Detroit Lion or Calvin Johnson for a potential appearance, speaking engagement or endorsement, contact AthletePromotions.

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Thomas Davis speaking fePanthers linebacker Thomas Davis hosted a full weekend of fundraising for his own Defending Dreams Foundation with a Celebrity Golf Tournament at Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation. Almost 190 golfers participated and played alongside other professional athletes such as Steve Smith, Jonathan Stewart, Mike Tolbert, Ron Rivera and Luke Kuechly. Everything took place on the weekend of May 6 to 7, so it was a great way to celebrate and kick off the spring season in Charlotte. In addition to that, Davis also hosted a free football camp at Revolution Park for which over 400 kids showed up to get dirty and test their ball handling skills. Overall it was a fun filled weekend that highlighted a lot of the great things summer has to offer, and made leaps and bounds towards raising funds for Davis’ foundation as well.

The Shellman, Georgia native got his start in sports at a young age when he was a part of his high school football team. This helped him earn an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Georgia where he played under Coach Mark Richt. He entered the 2005 NFL Draft where he was selected in the first round as the 14th overall pick by the Carolina Panthers with whom he still plays for. The 2015 NFC Champion is the winner of this year’s “Whizzer” White NFL Man of the Year award.

Davis showed up in Charlotte this summer to host a fantastic golf event that happened on May 6-7 at the Old Sycamore Golf Plantation. Almost 200 players participated and were able to boost the NFL star’s foundation’s resources.

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Watch Thomas Davis accept the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award:

Bryan BickellFormer NHL player Bryan Bickell is scheduled to be the guest speaker for this year’s Miles For Mo event that’s happening on June 15 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in Toronto, Canada. Tickets to get into the event will cost $50 and all proceeds will benefit The MS Society of Canada. Along with admission, drinks, silent auction items, and food will be provided. During his talk, Bickell is expected to share some fun stories about his time in the NHL as well as the things that he did to overcome some of the more difficult experiences that he encountered. It should be an educational, motivational, and inspiring event for everyone who decides to attend.

The Orono, Ontario native practiced both baseball and hockey while growing up in Canada. Even though he was scouted at one time by the New York Yankees, he chose to focus his professional career on playing hockey. Prior to landing a spot on any team, however, he had to work many construction full-time jobs to keep up with his budget and earn a living while waiting for his dream career. He entered the 2004 NHL Entry Draft where he was selected in the second round as the 41st overall pick. Bickell stayed with his Chicago team until his retirement earlier this year on April 8, 2017, just before his last professional game on the ice against the Philadelphia Flyers.

Bickell will be in Toronto later this month on June 15th for a two-hour event between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. to take part in this year’s Miles For Mo fundraiser. All money raised as this function will go directly to the MS Society of Canada. It will be a fun-filled evening, so get your tickets today if you live in the area!

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Michael Phelps Booking AgentThe most decorated Olympian of all time Michael Phelps has been announced as this year’s “Voices of Inspiration” fundraising event that is organized by Hoffman Hospice. The function will take place in Bakersfield, California and is sure to draw in lots of guests to see this world renowned swimming star. Phelps will likely discuss some of the hardships in his life and how they attributed to his great success in his career as an athlete. He will also talk about some of what the Hoffman Hospice organization provides for patients and their families in need, as all of the proceeds will benefit their cause.

The Baltimore, Maryland native began participating in swimming when he was just seven years old and his parents concluded that he needed an activity to use up all of his high energy. By the time he was 15, he joined the United States Olympic team’s roster, and was the youngest person to do so in almost 70 years. Before even getting to the biggest athletic competition in the world, the Olympics, Phelps won several gold medals at World Championship games which was a fantastic avenue to set him up for the 28 medals that he would eventually win over the next 12 years and four summer Olympic games.

Phelps will be speaking at this year’s Voices of Inspiration fundraiser to raise money for the Hoffman Hospice in Bakersfield, California. Given that he is such an influential person in the sports industry, there is no doubt that the turnout this year will be fantastic.

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Watch Michael Phelps Speaking about competing in Rio:

Kurt Warner Speaking FEePro Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner has been announced as the keynote speaker for the Unitas fundraiser that is happening on July 29th in west Tennessee. The former athlete will help the Unitas organization raise money for philanthropic purposes in the state and will no doubt make a difference in the upcoming months. Numerous generous corporations gathered at last year’s function and were able to raise more than a quarter of a million dollars, and officials are predicting a similar result for this year’s benefit. Warner is a fantastic choice as a speaker for this year’s event as the coordinators are confident that he will be able to relate to the attendees on a personal level and share some of his most inspiring moments from life in the NFL and what he has been up to since then.

The Burlington, Iowa native played some football in college but went undrafted after leaving school in 1994 and ended up stocking shelves in a grocery store for a mere $5.50 an hour. Since no NFL team was willing to give him a chance, Warner decided to try out for an AFL team and ended up really making a name for himself as a star athlete. This caught the attention of the NFL scouts and they invited him to try out for the Chicago Bears, but ended up signing with the Rams in 1998 instead. In 2005, the former pro signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals and was named the starting quarterback for the team. He played for Arizona for four seasons before retiring from the field for good. The Super Bowl XXXIV champion and MVP also became a broadcaster for the Iowa Barnstormers during the 2011 Arena Football League season.

Warner will be present at the annual Unitas fundraiser that is happening at the end of next month, which was just recently announced by United Way of West Tennessee. It will be a very inspirational talk and hopefully, will help the organizers raise plenty of funds to assist and benefit local programs.

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Watch Kurt Warner’s Unlikely Journey to the Top: