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Nate Boyer Speaking FeeFormer NFL player Nate Boyer is scheduled to be a keynote speaker at the VETCON conference that is happening in Redwood City, California between March 23-25. At the event, there will be a variety of speaking panels, investor office hours, a pitch competition, workshops and opportunities for experienced innovators to make connections with the Silicon Valley entrepreneur community. Boyer is not just a retired athlete, but also a businessman who has a lot to offer in the innovation industry as well. This is a great time for new and veteran designers to network and mingle amongst each other to form new connections and grow their business upwards too.

The Oak Ridge, TN native began playing football during his youth and started out as a walk-on player for the University of Texas. Between 2012 and 2014 he was a first-team Academic All-Big 12 Conference member and was also named an Academic All-American in 2012. Even though he was not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, he attended Texas’ Pro Day on March 24th and was able to attend the San Francisco 49ers Pro Day the following month. In 2015, Boyer signed as a free agent with the Seattle Seahawks for a year and played in a couple preseason games that year. In addition to football, the athlete also served six years in the armed forces and has done multiple tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan.

Boyer recently spoke at the Inaugural Veteran Entrepreneur Conference in Oak Ridge and was the perfect speaker for the event, given that he is both a former serviceman as well as a retired professional athlete. He was able to offer lots of insight to the participants of the event.

If your company is interested in finding out availability and booking fees for a former NFL football player like Nate Boyer or other sports celebrities for a Personal Appearance, Football Camp, Keynote Speech, or Autograph Signing, call us at 1-888-246-7141.

Watch Nate Boyer Speaking about his path to the NFL:

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