HOF Speakers Bureau launched by Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises and Direct Sportslink.com

03/20/2009

Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises announced the launch of a Pro Football Hall of Fame Speakers Bureau with Direct Sportslink.com. The partnership was announced by Enterprises President/CEO George Veras and Direct Sportslink.com President Ward Headley.

"This is the first time Hall of Famers will be offered in groups by team, by class and by position. It is a unique and special opportunity for event planners and corporations to have exclusive access to such a revered group of former football players, coaches and contributors - all members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame," said Veras. Of the more than 20,000 football players who’ve played in the NFL and the countless coaches and contributors, there are only 253 enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and only 152 living members.”

This is the first of many new initiatives that Enterprises will launch in response to strong public demand to see and have access to members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

For more contact on all packages, contact Ward Headley at 859-514-5020 or
ward@directsportslink.com

About Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises
Pro Football Hall of Fame Enterprises, is a for-profit organization established in 2006 to work with all members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the Pro Football Hall of Fame museum and the National Football League (NFL) to develop marketing programs and conduct events that enable football fans and the general public to have greater access and interactions with Hall of Famers.  Enterprises, under the leadership of George Veras, President/CEO, is now engaged in the creation of commercial ventures featuring Hall of Famers, including television, new media, merchandise, sponsorships and events. Proceeds from Enterprises operations will benefit the Pro Football Hall of Fame and its Enshrinees Assistance Fund, [both 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit educational and charitable organizations], as well as the Hall of Famers.”

 

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