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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..

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a retired tennis legend like Gary Danielson or other sports celebrities for a Keynote Speech, Fundraising Event, Guest Appearance, or Football Camp, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

Watch Gary Danielson Speaking about Quarterbacks and College Football:

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