University of Tennessee Phillip Fulmer has been announced as the keynote speaker for charity event “A Night of Champions” that is happening at 6:00p.m. on January 22 in the Victory Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet. Tickets to get in will cost $25 per person and all funds that are collected will be used to provide scholarships for underprivileged kids to be able to attend the 4th Annual NFL Youth Football Camp that is put on by the MWAPevents organization. The same organization is putting on the function and is expected to bring it a good turn out with Fulmer’s presence.
The Winchester, Tennessee native first attended the University of Tennessee as a student in 1968 where he played for the Volunteers’ football team as an offensive guard. After his time in college he went on to be a OL/LB coach for Wichita State for four years before working one year at Vanderbilt, and then finding his way back to Tennessee. From 1980-2008, Fulmer was a part of the coaching staff at the University of Tennessee and won several awards in 1998 when the school won the championship. After he retired from his career, Fulmer went on to be a sports analyst for CBS’s SEC Postgame Show as well as other games on the CBS College Sports Network.
Fulmer will be speaking at next year’s MWAPevents’ Annual “A Night of Champions” event that is happening on January 22 at the Victory Baptist Church in Mt. Juliet.
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