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Tom Flick Speaking FeeFormer NFL quarterback for the Cleveland Browns Tom Flick spoke at an Award Banquet on June 14 at the Sheraton Bay Point Resort in Panama City Beach to help celebrate Marcia Johnson’s advancement as president of the statewide organization for clerks of the courts. The conference and banquet topics covered things from a variety of topics such as ethics training, bail bonds, technology updates and human resource tips, and how to handle court duties like child support. Flick participated by discussing many of the strategies he learned in football and how they translate to life off the field. In addition to that, he had a chance to show his support for the Johnson and cheer her on as she advances into the next stage of her career.

The Bellevue, Washington native got his career in football started by playing for the University of Washington where he led the team to win the 1980 Pac-10 Championship. He also managed to bring them to the Rose Bowl in 1981 and the 1979 Sun Bowl. After his graduation, he was picked up by the Washington Redskins in the 1981 NFL draft during the fourth round. After a year he went to New England for two, then Cleveland for two, then one a piece with San Diego and the New York Jets. After his football career was over he created the business Tom Flick Communications and currently resides back in his home state of Washington.

Flick recently visited Pacific City Beach in Florida to serve as the keynote speaker for Marcia Johnson’s banquet where she was sworn in as the president of the Florida Clerks and Comptrollers Association. It was a great day, and the audience even had a chance to hear some sports tales by one of the greats.

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

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