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Diamond Dallas Page AgentWrestling legend Diamond Dallas Page was recently accounted to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on February 20th. The actual ceremony will take place as a part of WrestleMania weekend that is set to happen at 7:30 p.m. in Orlando on March 31st. He is no doubt thrilled to be a part of this history and it is going to be a very memorable event for all of his fans, family, and himself. A couple of his former colleagues, Scott Hall and Jake “The Snake” Roberts have both credited Page with being worthy of such a big title, and it is finally his time this year.

The Point Pleasant, New Jersey first began in the wrestling business in 1988 at 32 years old where he took on the role as a manager in the American Wrestling Association. He worked there for nine short months before signing on with World Championship Wrestling where he eventually became a wrestler as well. Page is a two-time WCW United States Heavyweight Champion as well as a three-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and has wrestled and several events all over the world. He currently makes appearances with WWE as of 2011.

Page will be officially inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame during the WrestleMania weekend event happening at the end of February. Be sure to tune in to the event at 7:30 p.m. on March 31st to see it for yourself. It is sure to be a fun evening and a very memorable time for all of the wrestling fans out there.

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Matt Birk Speaking FeeFormer NFL player Matt Birk was this year’s Gold Garden Gala keynote speaker which took place at the Naples Botanical Garden on February 18th. The evening also hosted special guests from the YMCA who participated in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and even brought home gold medals. There also was a silent auction that included lots of different items including several luxurious vacations. Birk was sure to discuss the many exciting and challenging experiences that he went through during his time in the NFL as well as how he was able to accomplish such grandiose goals.

Birk was picked up by the Minnesota Vikings during the 1998 NFL Draft, where he spent 10 years with the team and then went to the Baltimore Ravens for another three before retirement. Even though he has left playing football, the six-time Pro Bowl athlete is still heavily involved in the league as he was hired to be the NFL director of football development in July of last year. Birk’s passion for the sport is one that keeps him going with it, and even though he has hung up his cleats he is still changing the football community with his fantastic business skills.

Birks spoke at this year’s Gold Garden Gala in Naples and the event was a huge success. Many people attended, donated, and participated in the silent auction which proceeds benefitted local scholarships.

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Darnell McDonaldFormer MLB player Darnell McDonald recently spoke at Runyon Field, which is a location that hits home with him due to playing in the Joe Andenucio Memorial baseball tournament there over 20 years ago. He spoke to the audience about what it was like to play in the field back then, as well as shared many of his memories of playing in the World Series and at the famous Fenway Park in Boston. In addition to that, McDonald described how thankful he is for all of the friends and opportunities he has had over the course of his career.

The Fort Collins, Colorado native was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 1997 as the 26th overall pick in the amateur entry draft. However, he didn’t make his MLB debut until April 30, 2004 when he hit the field for the first time for the Orioles. He bounced around between a lot of professional teams and have been on the roster for the Minnesota Twins, Cincinnati Red, Boston Red Sox, New York Yanks and lastly the Chicago Cubs just prior to retiring from the sport in 2013.

McDonald traveled to Runyon Field at the end of January to share stories of some of his experiences as a pro player with his fans in the audience. Overall it was a great and memorable experience for everyone who got to attend.

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Paul Coffey Speaking FeeFormer NHL defense player Paul Coffey is set to be the keynote speaker for this year’s BASF Knowledge Harvest events across Western Canada events. These events will be held in Portage la Prairie in Yorkton, Camrose and will be taking place all throughout February and March. Being as that Coffey is a Canada native, his speech is going to be especially meaningful as he shares stories from his days in the NHL and how important it is to work as a team. Coffey made sure to emphasize that playing hockey is much like being in a family, and that mindset is perfect for many other aspects of life.

Coffey was the 6th overall pick in the 1980 NFHL draft by the Edmonton Oilers, and he continued to play in the league over a course of 21 years for nine different teams including the Pittsburgh Penguins, Los Angeles Kings, Detroit Red Wings, Hartford Whalers, Philadelphia Flyers, Chicago Blackhawks, Carolina Hurricanes and the Boston Bruins. He is also a four-time Stanley Cup champion, a three-time James Norris Memorial Trophy winner, and he was inducted into the Penguins Hall of Fame in 2007 just a few years after his retirement.

Coffey is scheduled to appear at this year’s Knowledge Harvest events that are happening over the months of February and early March. It is sure to be a great experience for everyone who gets to attend, as well as for all the hockey fans in the area.

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Watch Paul Coffey Inducted into the Penguins Hall of Fame:

Adrian PetersonMinnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson spent February 13th in the Savannah, Georgia area to be the guest speaker for the Calvary Day Football and Cheerleading banquet. He gave an inspirational talk to the students on the Georgia Southern campus and was able to draw in a lot of people thanks to his amazing athletic talent. Former Professional NFL player for the San Diego Chargers Takeo Spikes also gave a talk on the same day, and both sportsmen shared stories of their time playing in the pro leagues as well as described the challenges they had to overcome.

Peterson was born and raised in Palestine, Texas and is the son of two great college athletes. Peterson was a standout player in track, basketball, and football during his high school years and ended up taking his talent to play football for the University of Oklahoma. He entered in the 2007 NFL draft and was selected as the 7th overall pick by Minnesota Vikings, with whom he still plays with today. Since his entrance into the NFL he has made a star name for himself with a large number of accomplishments and rankings in just the last 8 years. Spikes is a native of Georgia and grew up in the town of Augusta where he learned to play football during his high school years. He was the 13th overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft and played on a number of teams including the Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, and of course the San Diego Chargers.

Both athletes gave great talks in Georgia earlier in the month and were able to draw an audience for the Calvary Day Football and Cheerleading banquet.

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Gary DanielsonCollege football analyst Gary Danielson is set to be the keynote speaker for the 28th annual banquet at Naples Grande Beach Resort on May 25th. He will likely speak about all his experience as both an NFL player for multiple teams as well as what it is like to be a commentator for college football too. There will also be a silent auction taking place from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., and the banquet will follow shortly after that. Tickets to get into the event are $275 per person, but there will also be corporate sponsorships for $2,000 for a table of eight people. The proceeds collected from the banquet will directly benefit their scholarship program.

The Detroit, Michigan native got started with football during his high school years, and after graduating in 1969 he went on to play college football at Purdue University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in industrial management. Even though he went undrafted for the NFL, he ended up playing football for the Detroit Lions for eight years, and then was on and off the roster of the Cleveland Browns until his retirement as a player in 1988. Danielson got into broadcasting even before he was done playing on the field, and after finally retiring from the Browns he joined ESPN as a college football analyst. He is also a regular guest for The Dan Patrick Show and Mike’s On: Francesa on the FAN with Mike Francesca.

Danielson is scheduled to be the keynote speaker for the 28th Winged Foot Scholar-Athlete banquet that is set to happen on May 25th at 7 p.m. Tickets are $275 per person, and for those who come earlier, they can attend the silent auction happening beforehand at 5:30p.m..

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Billie Jean King Speaking FeeLegendary tennis star and former No. 1 in the world Billie Jean King is scheduled to deliver this year’s commencement address at Northwestern University on June 16th in Ryan Field on the Evanston campus. She is widely known for her advocacy towards gender equality and gay rights in the sports industry and feels that being an advocate for the LGBTQIA community is one of her most useful passions. The university is thrilled to have King be a part of their celebration and she will be a great role model speaker for some of the newest college graduates in the country.

The Long Beach, California native got her start in tennis during her childhood when she learned to play the sport on the free public courts in her city. She made her Grand Slam debut at the young age of 15 in 1959, and even though she didn’t win that time it was just the start of a new path for her. King won her first adult tournament in 1960 at the Philadelphia and District Women’s Grass tournament, and within just six years she was known to be the best player in the world. In the 24 years of her professional career, she won 12 Grand Slam singles titles that were all at Wimbledon.

King was chosen to be this summer’s commencement speaker for the new graduates of Northwestern University and is set to take the stage on June 16th at the Evanston campus’ Ryan Field. It should be an inspiring event and a very memorable for the grads of spring 2017.

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Shaun Alexander Booking AgentFormer NFL Star Shaun Alexander was the keynote speaker for this year’s Kona Ice Conference that happened at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center on Friday, February 10th. The theme of the event was “going pro”, so Kona Ice founder Tony Lamb figured Alexander to be the perfect fit, as he had a career as a professional athlete. There was a lot of discussion as to what it takes to be a professional and make it to that level in any business industry, and the former Seahawk’s talk tapped into how people can really evaluate their choices and go for their wildest dreams if they so choose.

The Florence, Kentucky native started playing team football during his high school years, which led him to have several offers for athletic scholarships for colleges. He ended up choosing to attend the University of Alabama where he spent four years and completed his degree before entering in the 2000 NFL Draft. Alexander was selected in the first round of the draft by the Seattle Seahawks and stayed with the team for over seven years before doing just one more with the Washington Redskins prior to his retirement. The three-time Pro Bowl Player is also the all-time rushing yards, rushing touchdowns, and rushing attempts leader for the Seattle Seahawks.

Alexander showed up in his home state of Kentucky earlier this month to give a talk at this year’s Kona Ice Conference at the Northern Kentucky Conference Center. Since he is a former athlete, company founder Tony Lamb picked Alexander to represent their theme of “going pro” as he felt that he would be relevant for the event.

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Joe Montana Speaking FeeLegendary NFL quarterback Joe Montana will be the featured guest for this year’s 20th annual Excellence in Business Dinner Gala that is happening at 6 p.m. on April 28th in the DeVos Place in Grand Rapids. The proceeds of this event will directly benefit student scholarships, and an award will also be given out to someone who has made a great impression on the community by demonstrating their service, support, and professional success. Montana is a very popular icon in sports history and is expected to draw in a large audience, especially ones who look forward to hearing some of his stories from his days in the NFL.Tickets and reservations for the gala can be made online or by calling the college for more information.

The New Eagle, Pennsylvania native expressed an interest in playing sports at a very young age, and his father ended up teaching him how to play football. However, it wasn’t until his junior year of high school that Montana made the first string squad of the football team which led him to be named an All-American player by Parade. He then went on to attend Notre Dame on a scholarship, and then entered the 1979 NFL Draft where he was selected by the San Francisco 49ers. Montana played for the Niners for thirteen years before going to the Kansas City Chiefs for a season prior to his retirement.

Montana will be the featured guest at the upcoming 20th annual Excellence in Business Dinner Gala that is happening this spring on April 28th at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids. If you are in town and would like to attend the event, be sure to make your ticket reservation as soon as possible over their website or by calling their main office.

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Tommy Lasorda AgentLegendary MLB coach Tommy Lasorda recently gave an inspirational talk to El Toro baseball players, their families and fans in early February to serve as a fundraiser for the baseball program at El Toro High School. Lasorda who is almost in his ninth decade of life had a lot of words of wisdom to share with the audience and put an emphasis on the fact that kids can be anything that they want to do as long as they are willing to work. He also talked to the parents present about how to be there as a support system for their children and provide them the encouragement that they need to be successful in no matter what they do. After his speech, the former MLB great stuck around to take part in a question-and-answer section for those who were in attendance.

The two-time NL Manager of the Year got started in his baseball career in 1954 when he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers as a pitcher. In fact, even though he did not play in the World Series in 1955 he was still awarded the ring for being a member of the team during that time. After two seasons, Lasorda went to Kansas City to pitch for the Athletics for one year before departing for international teams. On and off he played for various countries such as Cuba, Panama,

Lasorda recently attended a fundraiser to promote the sports program at El Toro High School earlier this month and gave a great keynote speech that motivated everyone in the room. He also answered questions, took photos, signed autographs, and spent some quality time with his fans.

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