Former Detroit Lions kicker Jason Hanson has been selected to be the keynote speaker for the 43rd Annual Livonia Community Prayer Breakfast that is happening on May 4th in Livonia, Michigan. The event will take place at Burton Manor, and attendees will get a chance to listen to Hanson speak about his former two-decade career in the NFL as well as watch a performance by a 35-member men’s ensemble, which is directed by Dr. Jerry Smith. Tickets to get into the prayer breakfast cost $20 for adults and $17 for students, and tables for groups of 10 are available upon a first come first serve basis.
The Spokane, Washington native started playing sports during high school when he lettered in basketball, soccer, and of course, football, all while maintaining a 4.0 GPA. He ended up attending Washington State University and was named The Sporting News Freshman All-American during his first year. Hanson entered the 1992 NFL Draft where he was selected in the 2nd round as the 56th all around pick by the Detroit Lions, and he stayed with the team throughout his 20-year career. The two-time Pro Bowl player officially announced his retirement in April 2013.
Hanson will be in Michigan this spring to take part as the keynote speaker for the 43rd annual Livonia Community Prayer Breakfast, and at just $20 per person it’s a great opportunity to hear from one of the NFL greats.
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Watch Jason Hanson Speaking about being an NFL Kicker: