The Glen Club, Glenview, IL
June 16-17, 2014

 

The third annual Pro Football Hall of Fame Chicago Salute to Greatness is hosted by the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s National Advisory Board.  The first night of the event begins with an intimate reception followed by dinner and a silent/live auction. Serving as Master of Ceremonies will be one of the most popular sports broadcasters in Chicago, Pat Boyle.

The next day get ready to hit the links as you play a round of golf with members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame at the prestigious Glen Club, a Tom Fazio designed course ranked as one of the "Top 100 Courses" by Golf Magazine.

Accommodations are available at the Sheraton Chicago Northbrook Hotel. Make your reservations now online or by calling 847-480-1900. Mention “Pro Football Hall of Fame” to receive special rate.

Updated 5/28/14

The list of Hall of Famers that will be attending this year include: Dick Butkus, Dave Casper, Curley Culp, Dan Hampton, Ted Hendricks, Ken Houston, Marv Levy, Floyd Little, Tom Mack, Randall McDaniel, Anthony Muñoz, John Randle, Andre Reed, Jackie Smith, Jan Stenerud, Thurman Thomas, Dave Wilcox and Jack Youngblood.

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Monday June 16th
6:00 PM - Cocktails
7:00 PM - Dinner & Hall of Fame Program/Auction

Tuesday June 17th
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM - Registration/Breakfast
8:45 AM - 9:15 AM - Welcoming Remarks, Introduction
9:30 AM - Shotgun Start
2:30 PM - 5 PM - Dinner/Awards

Watch highlights from last year's event. Footage provided by Comcast.



Pat Boyle has been a centerpiece on Comcast SportsNet as primary co-anchor for SportsNet Central and host of Blackhawks Pre & Postgame Live. In addition, Boyle hosts The Lance Briggs Show and Pro Football Weekly. In 2006, he won the Midwest Emmy award for Outstanding Achievement for Individual Excellence On Camera: News-Sportscaster. He had been at ESPN since June 2000 anchoring SportsCenter and ESPN News' nightly half-hour show during primetime. Boyle has also been a studio host for NHL 2Night and ESPN's Wednesday Night Baseball. Boyle is a Michigan State graduate with a degree in telecommunications.







For more information please contact Robert Zmudka, Event Co-Chair
847-910-5774
robert.zmudka@gatx.com


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