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                                 KEY Speakers Bureau
                                 3500 E. Coast Highway, Suite 6, Corona del Mar, CA 92625
                                 800-675-1175, Fax: 949-675-1478



                               TERRY BOWDEN                                                            Fee Range:         $7,500-$10,000
                               ABC College Football Analyst; Former College Head Coach
                               Terry Bowden made the same dramatic entrance into the broadcasting industry as he did as
                               a head coach in college football. He has become one of the top studio analysts in college
                               football, co-hosting television's most distinguished studio show on ABC Sports. Sitting
                               beside John Saunders at ABC's New York City studio, his energy and insight are captivating
                               viewers all over the country. Bowden has been ultra-successful as a student, an athlete,
                               and a college football coach. He will inspire your company or organization to reach beyond
                               its limitations to achieve success! Enthusiasm, contagious optimism, confidence and work
                               ethic are the qualities that have made him successful throughout his life.


                               ART HOLST                                                               Fee Range:         $7,500-$10,000
                               Former NFL Referee; Author, Sunday Zebras; Humorist
                               When No. 33 blew the whistle, 22 giant men on the field and thousands of fans paid
                               attention to what the man behind the number had to say. And when No. 33-the "Pro-on-the-
                               GO"-speaks, audiences laugh, and listen in rapt attention. NFL's official No. 33 is Art Holst,
                               a man with a rich background in business, sports, and civic affairs. Holst has been a soldier,
                               a salesman, a businessman, and a civic leader as well as a football official. He's packed a
                               "heap of living" in his life and he tells about it in his fascinating presentations. His close-up
                               view of pro football provides anecdotes, lore, and lessons that never fail to captivate an
                               audience. These, plus a sincere enthusiastic interest in people and a broad business
                               background, provide the foundation for his messages of inspiration, always spiced with
                               clean, rib-tickling humor.

                               JEFF BLATNICK                                                           Fee Range:         $7,500-$10,000
                               Olympic Gold Medalist in the Greco-Roman Wrestling, 1984 Summer Olympic
                               Games
                               It is a moment we will remember forever—Jeff Blatnick dropping to his knees and bringing
                               his hands together in thanks for winning the Gold Medal in wrestling at the 1984 Summer
                               Olympic Games. But there is much more to this Olympic Champion. Just two years earlier,
                               Blatnick found out that he had Hodgkin's Disease. After a series of daily radiation
                               treatments, he resumed training. The result was merely the impossible, otherwise known as
                               a Gold Medal. Blatnick’s enthusiasm, sincerity, and love of life have kept him focused on a
                               single purpose: overcoming adversity. Using personal experiences, Blatnick guides people
                               through the different perspectives we commonly formulate when facing challenges or
                               adversity. Perception influences our attitude, our performance and our ability to set goals.


                               JERRY GLANVILLE                                                         Fee Range:         $7,500-$10,000
                               Former Head Coach of the Atlanta Falcons & Houston Oilers; CBS Sports Analyst
                               Jerry Glanville began his NFL career as a special teams coach and defensive assistant with
                               the Detroit Lions from 1974 to 1976. He joined the Atlanta Falcons in 1977 as a defensive
                               back coach and then server as defense coordinator (1979-82), and was responsible for the
                               Falcons' dogged defense, nicknamed the "Grits Blitz." Glanville joined the Buffalo Bills for
                               one season and then joined the Houston Oilers in 1984 as defensive coordinator, becoming
                               their head coach in 1986. Glanville turned the Houston Astrodome into "The House of Pain."
                               He remained head coach until 1989, leading his team to the playoffs for three consecutive
                               years. His success in Houston brought him back to Atlanta in 1990, this time as head coach.
                               After a disappointing first-year record of 5-11, Glanville turned the team around with a
                               career-high record of 11-5 in 1991.


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                               JACKIE KALLEN                                                           Fee Range:         $7,500-$10,000
                               Boxing Manager; Co-Star of NBC's The Contender; Inspiration for the Film
                               “Against the Ropes”
                               Jackie Kallen is the world's most successful female boxing manager who fought against all
                               odds to prevail in a male-dominated profession. Kallen is the inspiration for the film, "Against
                               the Ropes," starring Meg Ryan. She was the co-star along with Sylvester Stallone and
                               Sugar Ray Leonard on NBC’s reality show, "The Contender." Kallen is the author of Hit Me
                               with Your Best Shot: A Fight Plan for Dealing with All of Life's Hard Knocks. She is currently
                               managing several boxers and is very involved with local charities, particularly women's
                               shelters. Kallen is also very driven to raise awareness about women’s health issues,
                               specifically the early detection of heart disease & breast cancer, as she has a stint implant
                               for her heart and has had two lumpectomies.

                               JOHN NABER                                                              Fee Range:         $7,500-$10,000
                               Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer; Network TV Announcer; Author, Awaken the
                               Olympian Within
                               As a performer and observer of athletic excellence, John Naber is able to share the "behind
                               the scenes" stories of famous Olympic athletes and their accomplishments. He is also the
                               author of Awaken the Olympian Within featuring stories from America's greatest olympic
                               motivators. In his presentations, Naber uses humor in matching his comments to the
                               specific needs of the audience, he has developed a series of interchangeable "power-
                               paragraphs" fit for any occasion from a sports event to a sales and management seminar.
                               Along with his individual goal setting methods, he uses his experience as an Olympic
                               swimmer and his observations as a sports announcer to illustrate the process of seeing
                               dreams come true.

                               BRIAN HOLLOWAY                                                       Fee Range:            $7,500-$10,000
                               Former NFL Five-Time All Pro Football Player, New England Patriots; NBC
                               Broadcaster; Top Motivator
                               A Stanford All-American and 5 Time NFL All-Pro, Brian Holloway, the 6'7" 320 pound
                               powerhouse excelled as the team captain of the 1985 New England Patriots, AFC
                               Championship Team. In 1986, at age 26, Holloway became the youngest Vice-President in
                               the history of the NFL Players Association. He was one of the principal architects of the
                               NFL's growth strategy that produced a landmark $18 Billion TV contract in 1998. Still
                               serving as a consultant to new NFL franchise purchases, Brian's "future thinking" insures
                               that he will be an active presence in the National Football League for years to come. His
                               credibility comes from achieving bottom-line results turning, around underperforming teams,
                               transforming organizations and building championships. He has done it rather than just talk
                               about it.


                               MITCH GAYLORD                                                           Fee Range:         $7,500-10,000
                               The First American Gymnast to Score a Perfect “10” in the Olympic Games
                               Mitch Gaylord first thrilled the world in 1984 as he led the United States Olympic gymnastics
                               team to its Gold Medal victory. In addition to being the first American in history to receive a
                               perfect "10," Gaylord went on to capture a Silver medal for Vaulting and two Bronze medals
                               for Rings and Parallel Bars. As the number one ranked gymnast in 1983 and 1984, Gaylord
                               invented two skills now named internationally after him--the Gaylord Flip and the Gaylord
                               Two. In 1986, Gaylord made his acting debut in Columbia Pictures' "American Anthem." In
                               1988, he hosted his own television series "Fan Club." In 1995, he was inducted into UCLA's
                               Hall of Fame. At the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta, Gaylord served as a
                               journalist/broadcaster providing human interest segments and expert commentary.
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                               SAM WYCHE                                                          Fee Range:           $10,000-$15,000
                               Former NFL Head Coach for the Cincinnati Bengals; Former NBC Sports Analyst
                               Over the course of his 27-year NFL career, Sam Wyche served as a quarterback and
                               coached such teams as the Cincinnati Bengals, the Washington Redskins, and the Tampa
                               Bay Buccaneers and was a quarterback coach for the Buffalo Bills. One of football's most
                               respected head coaches, he has two division titles, a 1988 Super Bowl appearance, and
                               NFL and AFC Coach of the Year awards to his credit. He ended his coaching career in
                               1995, and began broadcasting the NFL for NBC. Wyche shares his approach to achieving
                               success on the field which can be adapted to any endeavor. He weaves stories of triumph
                               and work ethics into an inspiring message.


                               JOHN CASSIS                                                        Fee Range:           $10,000-$15,000
                               Former California Angels Baseball Player & Chicago Bears Coach
                               As a former Angel’s baseball player, John Cassis has become one of the most respected
                               voices on increasing personal performance, building winning teams and developing the art
                               of leadership. Customizing his presentations to the specific needs of each client, he uses
                               humor and motivation to explain his concepts for creating an environment where people are
                               valued and effective teams are built. His newsletter Catching a Second Wind brings readers
                               motivational insights, practical ideas, and inspirational thoughts for achieving greater levels
                               of performance. Cassis has served as a pre-game inspirational speaker since 1983 for the
                               Chicago Bears.


                               CHUCK DALY                                                         Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Pro Basketball Hall of Fame Head Coach; 1992 Olympic Basketball Head Coach
                               for the "Dream Team"
                               Before Chuck Daly's arrival in Detroit, the Pistons had never recorded back-to-back winning
                               seasons, and seven years later they recorded back to back championships. Daly was
                               previously the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers, when his two centers were Bill
                               Laimbeer and James Edwards. Daly also has the distinction of being only the third coach in
                               history to win back - to - back titles. His superb coaching abilities landed him the job of
                               coach for the 1992 USA Olympic Dream Team, which captured the gold medal.



                               A.C. GREEN                                                         Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               NBA Champion and Community Leader
                               A.C. Green has played in more consecutive games than anyone in the history of the NBA:
                               1,192 games. Over the course of his 16-year career that included three Championship
                               teams with the Los Angeles Lakers. A.C. established the A.C. Green Youth Foundation in
                               1989 with the main focus on sexual abstinence education. Through his “I’ve Got The Power”
                               and “Game Plan” abstinence curriculums, A.C.’s mission is to help young people build self-
                               esteem and character, and learn moral and ethical principles that will help them make
                               responsible decisions. A.C. is a role model for youth across America and for this he was
                               recognized in the House of Representatives’ Congressional Record of October 26, 1999.
                               A.C. was inducted into the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame in September 2001 and
                               the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame in August 2003.




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                               TOM FLICK                                                          Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Former NFL Quarterback and Rose Bowl Champion; Motivational Speaker
                               Tom Flick is a former Rose Bowl Champion, Pac-10 Conference "Player of the Year" and
                               successful NFL quarterback for seven seasons. Today he is a dynamic, highly sought after
                               speaker who has delivered presentations to a client list that includes Starbucks, Dell
                               Computers, NAPA Auto Parts, FleetBoston Financial, Stanford Medical Center, The
                               Opryland Hotel and the US Navy and countless educational organizations. As President of
                               his own communications and consulting company, Flick has tackled the business world with
                               the same passion, focus and spirit that earned him honors as a collegiate and professional
                               quarterback. He has a gift to connect with people and an ability for motivating them to
                               succeed and provides solutions that allow people to become peak performers both
                               personally and professionally.

                               CARY MULLEN                                                        Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Two-Time Olympian and World Cup Champion Skier and Performance Expert
                               As two-time Olympian and World Cup Champion and an inductee to the Canadian Ski Hall
                               of Fame Cary Mullen is an internationally recognized sports personality. He is a keynote
                               speaker and business leader who began his quest for success by believing in a dream.
                               Today Mullen shares his Process for Success™ to help individuals and businesses develop
                               The Champion Within™. He transcends the world of sports to help you and your
                               organization reach even higher levels of excellence. Imagine the thrill and the fear of
                               standing at the top of the world's most revered mountain, knowing that you will risk your life
                               in your quest for success. Take a ride with Mullen and you will feel the adrenalin and the
                               excitement of skiing at 151 km per hour (97 mph) and the thrill of Olympic glory and World
                               Cup Victory. He is a master at presenting powerful life lessons with humor and relevance.

                               JOEY CHEEK                                                         Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Olympic Gold, Silver & Bronze Medalist; Humanitarian; Darfur Activist
                               Joey Cheek won the bronze medal in the 1,000 meter event at the 2002 Salt Lake City
                               Olympics. Cheek fulfilled a lifelong dream at the 2006 Olympics in Torino, Italy, where he
                               won gold in the 500 meters and silver in the 1,000 meters. That same season Cheek won
                               the World Sprint Championships and became the first-ever recipient of US Speed skating's
                               “Eric Heiden Athlete of the Year” award. Perhaps Cheek's most notable effort, however,
                               began off the ice when he made the remarkable gesture of donating $40,000 in winnings to
                               a charity, Right To Play, an athlete-driven international humanitarian organization that uses
                               sport and play as a tool to help young people in the most disadvantaged areas of the world.
                               Cheek continues to work to call attention to Darfur on an ongoing basis. His influence in
                               doing so earned him spot on Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People list in May 2006
                               issue.


                               JANET EVANS                                                        Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Olympic Gold Medalist & World Champion Swimmer
                               Janet Evans was one of America’s best female distance swimmer. She was a member of
                               the 1988, 1992, and 1996 Olympic teams. In those three Olympics, Evans took home five
                               medals. In addition, Evans has won three World Championship gold medals, and a silver.
                               She was selected as the Sullivan Award Winner (an honor bestowed on the nation’s top
                               amateur athlete), as well as being named the Sportswoman of the Year by the United
                               States Olympic Committee. Since retiring, Evans has been an Assistant Swim Coach at her
                               alma mater, USC, and has served as a television commentator for various swimming events
                               worldwide. Her positive attitude and ability to maintain her competitive edge is conveyed to
                               audiences throughout the country.

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                               JIM BOUTON                                                         Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               21-Game Winning Pitcher for the New York Yankees; Creator, "Big League Chew"
                               Bubble Gum; Author of Ball Four/The Final Pitch
                               Jim Bouton, the Yankee 21 game winner, TV reporter, actor, inventor, and businessman, is
                               also a major league speaker. Bouton rose from a benchwarmer in high school to an all-star
                               pitcher and World Series winner with the New York Yankees. His return to baseball in 1978,
                               after an eight year retirement, was an unprecedented comeback. During that time Bouton
                               developed “Big League Chew”, the number one selling bubble gum in America. A hard-
                               driving creative businessman, Bouton now has his own product development company.
                               Bouton was featured in The Sports 100 in 1996 as one of the most important people in
                               American sports history. He also is the author of the best-seller, Ball Four/The Final Pitch.
                               Drawing from his own personal experiences, Bouton's programs are entertaining and
                               memorable.

                               CAROLYN PECK                                                       Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Head Coach of the University of Florida Lady Gator's Basketball Team; Former
                               Coach of WNBA Orlando Miracle
                               In just four years as head coach of the University of Florida women’s basketball team,
                               Carolyn Peck has molded the Gators into model student-athletes. Not only has Florida
                               competed in the postseason in three of her four seasons, but the Gators have accumulated
                               27 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll accolades, the best four-year total in
                               program history. Peck returned to the college hard court after serving as Head Coach and
                               General Manager of the WNBA's Orlando Miracle since April 1, 1999. Peck was
                               instrumental as head coach and general manager in the success of the Orlando Miracle's
                               inaugural season. She led them to finish tied for second place in the Eastern Conference.
                               Peck is also an on-air commentator for ESPN and served as expert guest analyst for their
                               coverage of the WNBA Playoffs.

                               PETER VIDMAR                                                       Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist; Highest Scoring Gymnast in USA History
                               Peter Vidmar knows about the intangibles that separate the best from the rest. Vidmar is a
                               two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and one of the highest scoring gymnast in USA history. As
                               a team captain and top performer for the USA men's gymnastics team, he led his
                               teammates to their stunning victory in the 1984 Olympics. To Vidmar, excellence is not a
                               final destination but a never ending journey. He is also the author of Risk, Originality and
                               Virtuosity: The Keys to a Perfect 10, which is also one of his most requested presentations.
                               His presentation excites audiences and includes a thrilling pommel horse demonstration.
                               Today, he spends much of his time translating his skills as a leader and motivator to
                               business audiences across the nation.


                               JOETTA CLARK DIGGS                                                 Fee Range:             $10,000-15,000
                               4-Time Olympian
                               For more than three decades, Joetta Clark Diggs has reigned as America's queen of middle
                               distance running. With ambition, determination, and commitment to achieving her goals, she
                               has become track and field's most respected 800-meter runner. A four-time Olympian, she
                               has competed in every U.S.A. Championship or Olympic Trial since 1979, winning over nine
                               championship titles and tenaciously defending her top ten American ranking for over 20
                               years. The daughter of immortalized educator, Joe Clark—the inspiration for the hit movie
                               "Lean on Me"—Diggs is a moving personality who motivates audiences to battle against all
                               odds and remains committed to the singular goal of success.


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                               ROCKY BLEIER                                                       Fee Range:           $10,000 - $15,000
                               Legendary NFL Running Back, Pittsburgh Steelers; Subject of the Television
                               Movie, "Fighting Back"
                               Legendary member of the four-time World Champion Pittsburgh Steelers football team,
                               Rocky Bleier is one of America's most courageous sportsmen. Crippled by enemy fire
                               during the Vietnam conflict, he fought overwhelming odds and demonstrated the courage
                               and determination to overcome his injuries, becoming one of the NFL's premier running
                               backs. His remarkable story became the subject of the book, “Fighting Back”, which was
                               recreated in the 1980 ABC-TV movie of the same name. In his presentations, he motivates
                               audiences to keep on striving for greater accomplishments, employing a dynamic style with
                               real-life stories and an appropriate injection of humor.

                               JIM MORRIS                                                         Fee Range:           $10,000 - $15,000
                               Former High-School Teacher Turned Major League Baseball Player; Author &
                               Subject of the Film, "The Rookie"
                               Jim Morris' Cinderella story is testimony to the power of dreams and their ability to inspire
                               and transform human life. Originally a top baseball prospect, Morris’s dream of becoming a
                               major league player was derailed by serious arm injuries. At the age of 35 and some 11
                               years after retiring from minor league baseball, Morris was giving a speech to his high
                               school team when his players challenged him to pursue his dream of pitching in the major
                               leagues if they won their division title. Morris’ team fulfilled their part of the bargain, which
                               committed him to a big league tryout, where he miraculously threw 12 consecutive pitches
                               at a rate of 98 mph, almost 10 mph harder than he had some 15 years earlier! After just 3
                               months in the minors, Morris returned to Texas as a major league player. Morris co-wrote
                               the critically acclaimed book entitled The Rookie, which was made into a hit move starring
                               Dennis Quaid.

                               BART STARR                                                         Fee Range:           $10,000 - $15,000
                               NFL Hall of Fame and Former Legendary Green Bay Packer Quarterback
                               Bart Starr played for 17 years with the Green Bay Packers, many of those years under
                               perhaps the greatest coach of all time, Vince Lombardi. Starr led his team to more NFL
                               Championships than any other quarterback. Since suffering the loss of his son, Bret, in
                               1988 to the problems of substance abuse, Starr has become a spokesman who addresses
                               the problem to audiences across the country. Starrs presentation, which informs and
                               enlightens, is also dramatized and powered by his very personal relationship to the problem.
                               His presentation successfully underscores the fact that the problem of substance abuse
                               knows no boundaries as to race, religion, or economic status.



                               PAT WILLIAMS                                                       Fee Range:           $10,000 - $15,000
                               Sr. Executive Vice President, NBA’s Orlando Magic; Author
                               Pat Williams is the senior vice president of the NBA's Orlando Magic. After serving for
                               seven years in the United States Army, Williams spent seven years in the Philadelphia
                               Phillies organization. Since 1968, he has been affiliated with teams in Chicago, Atlanta,
                               Philadelphia, including the 1983 World Champion 76ers, and now the Orlando Magic which
                               he co-founded in 1987 and helped lead to the NBA finals in 1995. In 1996, Williams was
                               named as one of the 50 most influential people in NBA history by a national publication.
                               Among the books he has authored are: Making Magic, The Power Within You; Secrets From
                               The Mountain: Ten Lessons For Success In Life with David Wimbish; How To Be Like Mike:
                               Life Lessons From Basketball's Best with Michael Weinreb and his most recent, How to Be
                               Like Walt: Capturing the Disney Magic Every Day of Your Life.

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                                 3500 E. Coast Highway, Suite 6, Corona del Mar, CA 92625
                                 800-675-1175, Fax: 949-675-1478



                               LYN ST. JAMES                                                      Fee Range:           $10,000 - $15,000
                               Award-Winning Race Car Driver
                               Winner of the 1992 Indianapolis 500 "Rookie of the Year", Lyn St. James has set 31
                               national and international records during her professional racing career and is renowned as
                               one of the top race car drivers in the world. James is also a successful businesswoman and
                               speaker. In her writing debut, Ride of Your Life, James drives you into an in-depth look at
                               the racing world from her own experience from behind the wheel. She has been featured in
                               USA Today, The New York Times and Sports Illustrated, as well as appearing on ABC,
                               NBC, ESPN and Lifetime Cable Television for Women. Through her various endeavors and
                               contributions, James continues to be an inspirational role model to millions.

                               GREG GUMBEL                                                        Fee Range:           $10,000 - $15,000
                               Emmy Award-Winning Sportscaster
                               It is upon almost 25 years of broadcast experience which Greg Gumbel draws to both
                               entertain and motivate audiences of all ages and types, supporting his comments with
                               videotaped sports hi-lites that are educational and enjoyable. A member of NBC Sports
                               since June 1994, Gumbel is the host of The NFL on NBC. He does play-by-play for the NBA
                               on NBC and for Major League Baseball. Gumbel was also NBC's daytime host for the 1996
                               Summer Olympic Games. During his five years with CBS Sports, he was the prime-time
                               host for the 1994 Winter Olympic Games. Greg has been a member of the March of Dimes
                               National Board of Trustees since 1996 and he is serving his second 5-year term in that
                               capacity.

                               SPARKY ANDERSON                                                    Fee Range:           $15,000 - $25,000
                               Legendary Baseball Manager
                               Legendary baseball manager Sparky Anderson is the third winningest manager in baseball
                               history. From 1970 through 1978, he guided the hard-hitting Cincinnati Reds, leading them
                               to five National League West Division titles, four pennants, and two World Series victories.
                               From 1979 to 1995, he was at the helm of the Detroit Tigers. Under his leadership, the
                               Tigers won their first World Series in 1984 and took the American League East Division title
                               in 1987. Anderson is the only manager in history to win a World Series in both the
                               American League and the National League and the first to win 100 games in a season in
                               both leagues. Anderson is an ambassador for baseball and a much sought-after speaker. A
                               committed philanthropist, he founded the charity C.A.T.C.H. in 1987 to aid underprivileged
                               children in Detroit.

                               BONNIE BLAIR                                                       Fee Range:           $15,000 - $25,000
                               Three-Time Olympic gold Medalist
                               Bonnie Blair powered her way to five speed skating titles in three Olympics from 1988 to
                               1994 and set numerous records in her long and successful career. She is the only female
                               skater to win gold medals in three straight Olympics. In 1992, she received the James L.
                               Sullivan Award, and in 1994 won almost every American award for "Sports Woman of the
                               Year". Blair retired in March 1995 and is active in many charitable organizations. Blair is
                               widely admired for her combination of modesty and confidence and is now a favorite on the
                               lecture circuit with her highly motivating speech, "Achieving Your Personal Best”.




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                                 800-675-1175, Fax: 949-675-1478




                               GALE SAYERS                                                          Fee Range:           $15,000-$25,000
                               NFL Hall of Famer; Author of I Am Third, the inspiration for "Brian's Song"
                               Gale Sayers made football history and touched the lives of millions of Americans. As the
                               Chicago Bears' legendary number 40, Sayers was NFL Rookie of the Year in 1965 and
                               scored a record six touchdowns in one game. After only three years in the NFL, he was
                               voted the best halfback in the first 50 years of professional football. He was also the
                               youngest player ever to be inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame. He went
                               on to write the popular book I Am Third, which was made into the movie Brian's Song,
                               depicting the relationship between Brian Piccolo, who died of cancer, and Gale Sayers. The
                               title of the book is Gale Sayers' philosophy of life: "The Lord is first; my family and friends
                               are second; and I am third."

                               GORDIE HOWE                                                          Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               The Greatest All Around Hockey Player in History; Known as “Mr. Hockey”
                               Mr. Hockey® Gordie Howe® is recognized as the greatest all around hockey player in
                               history and one of the world’s finest athletes. His impact and records are mind boggling. His
                               extraordinary talent, fame and allure helped the NHL to expand by over 350% during his
                               tenure and also spawn a whole new league-the World Hockey Association. Today, he
                               continues to serve as a role model and ambassador to generations of fans and players
                               alike. He has remained an unblemished sportsman. Humble, sincere, and approachable, he
                               has inspired the likes of the great one Wayne Gretzky and Bobby Orr.



                               MARV LEVY                                                            Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame Head Coach, Buffalo Bills; Prostate Cancer Survivor
                               Former Buffalo Bills Head Coach, Marv Levy is best known as an intelligent and analytical
                               football coach. Levy led the Buffalo Bills to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowls. He
                               speaks to audiences on a wide range of topics, many of them related to the secrets of
                               successful leadership. Having guided his team to eight postseason appearances in 11 full
                               seasons, Levy knows what it takes to lead a team to victory. When he was diagnosed with
                               prostate cancer in 1995, he used the same strategy of mental preparation, training, and
                               strengthening of spirit that served him so well in gaining his team victory. With this single-
                               minded determination, he overcame his disease and is now in the prime of health. Levy has
                               recently authored his autobiography, Where Else Would You Rather Be.



                               JOHNNY RUTHERFORD                                                    Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Three-Time Indianapolis 500 Winner; Winner of 27 Indy Car Races; Commentator,
                               Indy Car Race Coverage
                               Indy Car World Series champion and three-time Indy 500 winner, Texas native Johnny
                               Rutherford knows the meaning of hard work and determination. Beginning his racing career
                               in 1959, Rutherford won over 27 Indy Car races and received dozens of awards and
                               accolades for his success. Since his retirement from driving in 1989, he has been seen on
                               ESPN and NBC networks as an expert commentator for their Indy Car race coverage. He
                               has appeared at numerous events and served as spokesperson for several companies and
                               products. He is currently an advisor for the Indy Racing League. Rutherford’s approachable
                               demeanor and charismatic appeal are a perfect fit for any event.



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                               BRUCE JENNER                                                         Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               1976 Olympic Decathlon Winner; Named "The World's Greatest Athlete"
                               Bruce Jenner captivated the world when he broke the world record by scoring 8,634 points
                               in the decathlon at the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal and earned the title, “World’s
                               Greatest Athlete.” Jenner has become a highly respected motivational speaker, sports
                               commentator, entrepreneur, commercial spokesperson, television personality, actor,
                               producer and author. Corporate and community audiences are captivated by Jenner’s
                               unique Olympic, personal and professional success story, which he highlights in speeches
                               around the world. His message, “Finding the Champion Within,” is relevant to people
                               everywhere, whether they’re high school athletes or corporate Vice Presidents.

                               BRANDI CHASTAIN                                                      Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Member of the Olympic and World Champion Gold-Medal-Winning U.S. Women’s
                               National Soccer Team
                               One of the most recognizable figures in women's soccer, American defender Brandi
                               Chastain became an international celebrity at the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup after she
                               blasted the USA's game-winning penalty kick past China, fell to her knees and peeled off
                               her jersey in celebration. She is currently an assistant coach at the top-five-ranked women's
                               soccer team at Santa Clara University. She has been featured around the world as a
                               spokesperson for Nike, Volvo, Powerbar, Gallery Furniture, and 24-Hour Fitness, among
                               others.



                               KEN CARTER                                                           Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Coach; Author; Educator; Inspiration for the Film, "Coach Carter"
                               Famed basketball coach Ken Carter sent a powerful message when he literally locked his
                               undefeated, state play-off bound team out of the gym and forced them to hit the books and
                               stop counting on athletic potential as the only ticket out of a tough, inner city life. The film,
                               "Coach Carter," based on the lock-out, is just one more testimony to the strength of his
                               convictions. A successful businessman when he accepted the head basketball coach
                               position at Richmond High School, Carter had a monumental task at hand: the students
                               were failing academically and the athletic programs were in a pathetic state. Within two
                               years, he had virtually single-handedly turned around the school, physically and mentally
                               cleaning house. At the podium, Coach Carter scores with hard-hitting advice about
                               accountability, integrity, teamwork and leadership. He is the founder and chairman of the
                               Coach Ken Carter Foundation, a non-profit organization that develops, promotes and
                               provides education, training and mentoring programs for African-American youths.

                               DAN JANSEN                                                           Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Olympic Gold Medalist Speed Skater
                               A 1994 Olympic speed skating gold medalist, Dan Jansen knows about big dreams and the
                               dedication needed to make them come true. Although records and medals seemed his for
                               the taking, his dream of an Olympic gold eluded him when, in 1992, he stumbled after
                               learning his sister had died. Heartbroken, he could have quit, but he didn't. Instead, he dug
                               down, searched for strength, and raced for his dream. Jansen embodies the competitive
                               spirit, and his story inspires us to reach for our own personal goal.




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                               BOBBY UNSER                                                          Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Three-Time Indianapolis 500 Winner; Winner of Over 35 Indy Car Races
                               Bobby Unser has clearly become one of the most insightful spokespersons in the history of
                               auto racing. Leaning on his championship-studded and versatile racing career as an
                               incredible resource for racing knowledge, Bobby Unser has eloquently opened the intricate
                               world of racing to the sports public. Unser made is a relentless competitor who has chalked
                               up a Hall of Fame career, which included three Indianapolis 500 wins and thirty-five overall
                               Indy Car victories. For roughly a decade, he has been the featured Indy Car race
                               analyst/commentator for ABC network, which has helped perfect his presentation skills. His
                               friendliness and endless energy are almost contagious, which make him one of the best
                               personalities for meeting people and addressing groups.


                               ROY FIRESTONE                                                        Fee Range:           $15,000 - 25,000
                               Award-Winning Television Sports Personality; Host, ESPN's "Up Close"
                               Roy Firestone, host of ESPN's "Up Close", is one of America's most versatile and original
                               talents. He is well recognized and honored for his multiple abilities as an interviewer,
                               journalist, commentator, and stage performer. Critically acclaimed for his work, he has
                               interviewed over 3,000 people, including nearly every major sports figure. Curiosity and
                               passion drive Firestone to interview people beyond the realm of sports and of the worlds of
                               art, music, politics, and popular entertainment. His interview subjects are an eclectic mix,
                               ranging from President Richard Nixon to legendary actor James Stewart, and from jazz
                               great Miles Davis to pop icon Madonna. Firestone's work has earned him seven Cable ACE
                               Awards and six Emmy Awards to date. He is also the recipient of the prestigious
                               Northeastern University Award for Broadcast Journalism.


                               LARRY CSONKA                                                         Fee Range:           $15,000 - 25,000
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame Running Back for the Miami Dolphins
                               Football legend Larry Csonka led the Miami Dolphins to three consecutive Super Bowl
                               championships, was named Most Valuable Player by his teammates, and set records for
                               most finished touchdowns. In 1987, he was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He
                               has hosted the syndicated television program, “American Gladiators”, and has made
                               television commercials for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Csonka currently hosts and produces
                               “Stihl's North to Alaska” and “Stihl's Csonka Outdoors”, which airs on TNN. These programs
                               showcase his experience as a fisherman and hunter and his enthusiasm for outdoor sports
                               and conservation. Csonka travels the country visiting various clubs and corporations as a
                               Sports Humor/Motivational Speaker. His speeches are laced with humor and dramatic
                               personal experiences, and have been well received by some of the nation's top companies.

                               JOHNNY BENCH                                                         Fee Range:           $15,000 - 25,000
                               Hall of Fame Baseball Legend
                               Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1989, Bench is undoubtedly one the greatest
                               catcher in baseball history. His successes include National League Rookie of the Year,
                               National League Most Valuable Player, World Series MVP (1976), 14-time All-Star, and 10
                               Gold Gloves. In 1999, Bench received baseball's esteemed honor of selection to the All
                               Century Team. In retirement, Bench has maintained a sense of balance by using his
                               celebrity status to aid such worthy causes as the Heart Association and the American
                               Cancer Society. Considered a compelling, entertaining speaker, Johnny has inspired and
                               motivated audiences from the Fortune 500 executives to Boys' & Girls' clubs around the
                               country.


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                               MIKE ERUZIONE                                                        Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Famed 1980 Olympics United States Hockey Team Captain
                               Millions of Americans remember Mike Eruzione as the captain of the United States Hockey
                               Team who beat the odds to win the Gold Medal at the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid, NY. It
                               was his decisive winning goal that beat the Soviet team and stunned the world. Dubbed the
                               “Miracle on Ice" Walt Disney studios has adapted the story of that Olympic triumph over the
                               Soviets into a feature length film, titled "Miracle," which was released in February 2004. The
                               1980 Olympic Team received many accolades after winning the goal medal, including being
                               inducted into the United States Olympic Hall of Fame. For the past several years Eruzione
                               has traveled throughout the country representing major corporations as their spokesperson
                               and motivational speaker. Presently he is employed by Boston University as the Director of
                               Development for Athletics.

                               VINCE PAPALE                                                         Fee Range:           $15,000 - 25,000
                               Former Philadelphia Eagles Walk-on; Subject of the Movie "Invincible"; Cancer
                               Survivor
                               Vince Papale’s story is the subject of the major motion picture from Disney entitled
                               “Invincible”. Papale overcame tremendous odds to become the oldest rookie in the history
                               of the NFL. He was voted Man of the Year by the Eagles in 1978 for his many charitable
                               activities and honored by the NFL. He is a colorectal cancer survivor who is sought after as
                               a speaker to raise awareness on cancer prevention. Papale has served as chairman & co-
                               chairman for various associations including the Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans, Spina Bifida
                               Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society and the American Heart Association. Vince’s
                               inspirational journey from humble working class beginnings and troubled home life, to
                               successful professional athlete and businessman is a story that audiences of all
                               demographics will relate to.

                               BROOKS ROBINSON                                                      Fee Range:           $15,000 - 25,000
                               Hall of Fame Baseball Player for the Baltimore Orioles
                               Former Baltimore Oriole Brooks Robinson set baseball records for his dexterity on third
                               base and fielding ability. He was named World Series Most Valuable Player, All Star Game
                               Most Valuable Player, and American League Most Valuable Player. For sixteen consecutive
                               years he won the Gold Glove Award. In 1983, he was inducted into the Major League
                               Baseball Hall of Fame. Today, he is a successful businessman, philanthropist, and public
                               speaker.


                               DUSTY BAKER                                                          Fee Range:           $15,000 - 25,000
                               Legendary Baseball Manager
                               In 2003, Dusty Baker guided the Chicago Cubs to their first National League Central
                               Division title and into the postseason for the first time since 1998. They ousted the high-
                               powered Atlanta Braves in five games in the National League Division Series and took the
                               Florida Marlins to seven games to decide the National League champion. This is a
                               significant accomplishment, as the Chicago Cubs finished 2003 in fourth place and
                               improved their record by 21 wins. The Cubs finished the second half of the season with the
                               third best record in baseball-a .603 winning percentage. The same year Baker won major
                               league baseball's Managers Move of the Year award. He is very involved in the community,
                               providing leadership to charitable, health, youth, and law enforcement causes. An
                               outstanding speaker, his most popular subjects are teamwork and personal excellence.




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                               BOBBY RAHAL                                                          Fee Range:          $15,000 - 25,000
                               Indianapolis 500 Winner; Three-Time CART Indy Car World Series Champion
                               1986 Indy 500 winner and three-time CART World Series Champion, Bobby Rahal is truly a
                               champion among champions who personifies what a true sportsman is. Rahal is a graduate
                               of Denison University, where he earned a Bachelor's degree in History. He is an articulate
                               spokesman for the sport, as evidenced by his active involvement in a variety of community
                               activities. Most significantly, Rahal is clearly one of the finest Indy Car drivers of our time
                               and is currently enjoying co-ownership of Rahal/Letterman Racing team with late night talk
                               show host David Letterman.



                               HERMAN EDWARDS                                                       Fee Range:          $25,000 - 35,000
                               NFL Head Coach, Kansas City Chiefs
                               Affectionately known as the “Energizer Bunny” of the NFL, coach Herman Edwards is a
                               perpetual motion machine, a breath of fresh air who uses his boundless energy and talent
                               for combining hard work with good fun. After his days as a player ended, Edwards became
                               an assistant coach at San Jose State. He was an NFL assistant coach with the Kansas City
                               Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before being hired as the Jets' 13th non-interim
                               head coach in franchise history. While at Tampa Bay as a head coach, Edwards
                               implemented a youth enrichment program called "Focus and Finish," in which high school
                               athletes were encouraged to excel in academics, athletics and as citizens in their
                               communities. Edwards is a strong proponent of being a positive role model and is one of the
                               NFL’s most active participants in off-the-field outreach programs. In his book, You Play to
                               Win the Game, Edwards shares the wisdom and insight he counts on to motivate and
                               sustain himself, his team, and the thousands he has inspired.

                               ROGER STAUBACH                                                       Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Four-Time Super Bowl Veteran; Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback for the
                               Dallas Cowboys
                               Roger Staubach's career as a four-time Super Bowl veteran who became an all-pro
                               salesman proves that the gridiron can deliver lessons on weathering the inevitable setbacks
                               of selling. The former Dallas Cowboy's quarterback (1969-1979) is a marquee name on the
                               sales-lecture circuit. He is currently the CEO of a diversified commercial real estate
                               company and is a highly sought after speaker for major corporations throughout the world.
                               He is also very active in the American Cancer Society Charity Foundation.



                               BILLY DONOVAN                                                        Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               2006 NCAA Basketball Champion Head Coach of University of Florida
                               As a player Billy Donovan was known simply as "Billy the Kid”. A kid no more, Donovan
                               concluded his 10th season at the University of Florida atop a place he'd always dreamed
                               of—the ladder at the RCA Dome cutting down the nets in the national title game. A lifelong
                               journey was realized on April 3, 2006 as Donovan guided the University of Florida to its first
                               national title in basketball. By the age of 40 he has done the unthinkable at Florida. He has
                               taken a program that experienced pockets of success and has made history.




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                               BOBBY BOWDEN                                                         Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Renowned Florida State University Football Head Coach
                               Bobby Bowden has made a name for himself as one of the greatest college football
                               coaches of all time. His records and accomplishments are many. Now in his 30th year at
                               Florida State University, Bowden is the only coach in NCAA history to win 10 or more
                               games in 10 consecutive seasons, and holds the fifth best record in the history of college
                               football. A man of great character and values, Bowden is admired throughout the nation for
                               his style as a coach and a leader. On any given Sunday he can be found behind the pulpit
                               of a church. When he is not on the football field, Bowden is a top-notch motivational
                               speaker. His presentations, often filled with humor, focus on leadership, the will to win, and
                               teamwork.

                               MIKE SHANAHAN                                                        Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Head Coach, Denver Broncos
                               In 2005, Mike Shanahan began his eleventh season as head coach of the Denver Broncos
                               and his first decade of measurement against the game’s all-time coaches places him among
                               the pro football elite. In 2004, he joined the exclusive club of head coaches to post 100 wins
                               in his first 10 seasons with one team. His stunning record as the Broncos’ mentor places
                               him in the legendary class of Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, Chuck Noll, Jimmy Johnson, and
                               Bill Belichick as the only six coaches with back-to-back Super Bowl championships.
                               Shanahan's coaching ability and winning attitude on the field make him a natural speaker on
                               the subjects of leadership, teamwork, the will to win, success and attitude. He is the author
                               of Think Like a Champion: Building Success One Victory at a Time.



                               SCOTT HAMILTON                                                       Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Olympic Gold Medalist & World Champion Ice Skater; Cancer Survivor
                               Scott Hamilton is the world's most celebrated figure skater. When he was diagnosed with
                               testicular cancer in 1997, it wasn't the first time Scott Hamilton had to overcome adversity.
                               As a boy, he was plagued by an illness that baffled doctors and he appeared destined to
                               remain only a spectator. When his ailment was finally diagnosed correctly, his courage and
                               determination led him to try figure skating. He immersed himself in skating and went on to
                               become one of its best and most recognizable athletes. In 1981, he won the first of four
                               consecutive national and world titles. His success and popularity led to a longtime
                               association with CBS as a sports analyst. It is Hamilton's most recent challenge with
                               testicular cancer that has once again endeared him to fans around the globe. His new
                               book, Landing It: My Life On and Off the Ice, was recently released. Today, Scott Hamilton
                               is cancer-free. He credits his victory over the disease to a positive attitude and will power.

                               KEN VENTURI                                                          Fee Range:            $25,000 - 35,000
                               Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year; CBS Golf Analyst
                               Ken Venturi has provided commentary for CBS Sports' coverage of golf since 1968, when he
                               co-hosted the "CBS Golf Championship" and "CBS Golf Classic" with Jack Whitaker. Venturi,
                               the recipient of the 1999 PGA of America's Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism, turned
                               pro in 1956 and joined the PGA Tour in June 1957. He established himself as one of golf's
                               elite with his 1964 U.S. Open Championship at Congressional Country Club in Washington,
                               D.C. Not only was he named PGA Player of the Year, he was also chosen Sports Illustrated's
                               Sportsman of the Year. He earned a total of 14 PGA Tour victories in his career. He was a
                               U.S. Ryder Cup team member (1965) and a member of the PGA Tournament Committee
                               (1960-62).

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                               MIKE DITKA                                                           Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame & Super Bowl Champion; Head Coach of the Chicago
                               Bears; Television Sports Analyst
                               As head coach of the NFL Chicago Bears, Mike Ditka won 100 games in his first ten
                               seasons, including a Super Bowl Championship in 1985. As a player, he was an All-Pro
                               tight end with Chicago, Philadelphia, and Dallas, and in 1989 was inducted into the Pro
                               Football Hall of Fame. Ditka shares his winning philosophy in motivational presentations by
                               illustrating how to get to the top by creating your own personal challenges. His charities
                               include the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Sports Teams Organized for the Prevention of
                               Drug Abuse, Misericordia, a residential facility for developmentally disabled youth, and the
                               Pediatric Aids Program at Children's Memorial Hospital.


                               JERRY WEST                                                           Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Currently President of Operations for the Memphis Grizzlies
                               In the National Basketball Association's splendid history, you'd be hard pressed to find a
                               better pure shooter than Jerry West. When the game was on the line, West's Los Angeles
                               Laker teammates always found a way to get the ball to "Mr. Clutch." His cool, calm,
                               collected personality and leadership ability on the court was a coach's dream. Before
                               embarking on a glorious 14-year professional career with the Los Angeles Lakers, West
                               played for the 1960 U.S. Olympic gold medal team in Rome. When he retired, West's name
                               was found on nearly every page of the record books. After multiple management positions
                               with the Lakers, West now belongs with the Memphis Grizzlies.

                               JACKIE JOYNER-KERSEE                                                 Fee Range:           $25,000 - 35,000
                               Three-Time Olympic Heptathlon Gold Medalist
                               Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee has built one of the most illustrious
                               athletic careers in the world of track & field. Her performance in the heptathlon and long
                               jump in the 1984, 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics, made her a legend. But her talents are
                               by no means limited to athletic ability. Her drive and commitment are evident in all of her
                               projects, including the JJK Community Foundation, which she created to support the
                               development of leadership programs in urban areas across the United States and her own
                               sports marketing firm, JJK & Associates. Jackie Joyner-Kersee has set over 18 athletic
                               records, received over 24 recognition awards, is a successful businesswoman, respected
                               community leader, and a dynamic motivational speaker who inspires audiences to go after
                               their dreams with passion and commitment.

                               ISIAH THOMAS                                                         Fee Range:              Please Inquire
                               Hall of Fame & Two-Time NBA Champion Basketball Player, Detroit Pistons;
                               President, Baskeball Operations & Head Coach, New York Knicks
                               Isiah Thomas, a native of Chicago, Illinois, was one of the NBA's best small guards. At 6-
                               foot-1, 182-pounds, he brought scoring, passing and flair to the game and a willingness to
                               attack the basket. An All-America at Indiana University, Thomas led the Hoosiers to a 47-17
                               record and the 1981 NCAA championship. He played 13 NBA seasons with the Detroit
                               Pistons, 12 of which he was named an NBA All-Star, and was MVP of the 1984 and 1986
                               All-Star Games. He ranks as Detroit's all-time leading scorer (18,822, 19.2 ppg, 34th best in
                               NBA history) and assist-holder (9,061).




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                               JON GRUDEN                                                           Fee Range:          $35,000 - 50,000
                               Super Bowl Champion Head Coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
                               Gruden, the NFL's youngest head coach at 39, led Tampa Bay to its first Super Bowl title in
                               his first season as head coach in 2002. Gruden became the youngest head coach in NFL
                               history to win a Super Bowl, and he was also the first veteran head coach in the history of
                               the NFL to lead his team to the Super Bowl in his first season with a new team. Prior to his
                               four seasons in Oakland, Gruden spent 1995-97 as offensive coordinator for the
                               Philadelphia Eagles and three years (1992-94) as wide receivers coach for Green Bay
                               Packers. He worked as offensive assistant for the San Francisco 49ers in 1990.




                               DON SHULA                                                            Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame Head Coach for the Miami Dolphins
                               Don Shula coached in the NFL for 33 years, including 26 years as head coach of the Miami
                               Dolphins, leading his teams to more wins than any other coach in the history of the NFL.
                               Considered to be one of the greatest coaches ever to step on a sporting field, Shula was
                               inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in July 1997. He is co-author with Ken Blanchard of
                               Everyone's a Coach, a highly-acclaimed book of the authors' managerial philosophies for
                               business and personal success. Among his charitable activities is one that is very personal
                               to him, The Don Shula Foundation, formed primarily to assist breast cancer research and
                               established as a tribute to his late wife, Dorothy. Because of his success on the football
                               field, and long-time civic and charitable service, Shula is the recipient of many awards
                               including the Sports Illustrated Man of the Year award and the Horatio Alger Award.


                               BOOMER ESIASON                                                       Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               Former NFL MVP Quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals
                               Boomer Esiason, former NFL quarterback headed straight for the broadcast booth upon
                               retiring after 14 years. Esiason made his debut as a commentator for ABC's NFL “Monday
                               Night Football”, and called MNF games for two years. In addition, he is also co-host of
                               Westwood One's weekly NFL preview show “In The Huddle” with Chris "Mad Dog" Russo.
                               During the 2001 season, Esiason also served as an analyst on FOX Sports Net's “NFL This
                               Morning”. He joined CBS Sports in February 2002 as a studio analyst for the CBS
                               Television Network's NFL pre-game show “The NFL Today”. Throughout his career Esiason
                               has been committed and very active in many charitable causes, including the Boomer
                               Esiason Foundation, founded in 1993 in an effort to eliminate the threat of cystic fibrosis
                               after his son Gunnar was diagnosed with the disease.

                               RICK PITINO                                                          Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               Head Men's Basketball Coach, University of Louisville
                               Rick Pitino, one of the most brilliant minds in coaching, began a new era in University of
                               Louisville men’s basketball when he was named head coach of the Cardinals on March 21,
                               2001. And as he successfully accomplished at his previous three collegiate coaching stops,
                               it is clear that there couldn’t have been a finer choice to lead Louisville back among the
                               nation’s elite teams. Pitino has a 449-159 collegiate coaching record in 19 seasons, the
                               ninth best winning percentage among active coaches. Pitino’s up-tempo style, pressure
                               defense, strong work ethic and family atmosphere have quickly returned the Cardinals to
                               national prominence, with top 25 rankings over the last three years and a visit to the Final
                               Four for the first time in 19 years as evidence.

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                               ARCHIE MANNING                                                       Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               Former NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback & League MVP Player
                               Archie Manning was the League's Most Valuable Player in 1978 and participated in two Pro
                               Bowls. He is the only player in the history of the New Orleans Saints franchise to be
                               inducted into the "Wall of Fame" in the Louisiana Superdome. Manning was voted
                               quarterback of the 25 Year All Saints Team and voted Most Popular Saint in franchise
                               history. Recently, Manning was named the quarterback for The Team of the Century at the
                               University of Mississippi. He is the father of Indianapolis Colts Quarterback Peyton Manning.
                               Archie Manning’s appeal transcends his athletic achievements. People far and wide have
                               been inspired by his warm personality, his drive and sense of humor. He hosts four Archie
                               Manning Cystic Fibrosis benefit golf tournaments in Louisiana and Mississippi and is active
                               in a wide variety of charitable and civic causes. Archie has two sons who play quarterback
                               in the NFL: Peyton Manning for the Colts and Eli Manning for the NY Giants. Archie and
                               Peyton have written a book entitled, Manning: a Father, His Sons and a Football Legacy.

                               BILL BELICHICK                                                       Fee Range:              Please Inquire
                               Five-Time Super Bowl Champion Head Football Coach, New England Patriots
                               Belichick, who has guided the Patriots since 2000, is the only head coach in NFL history to
                               win three Super Bowl championships in a four-year span. This achievement is the latest
                               triumph in a career during which he has helped produce five Super Bowl titles, six
                               conference championships, and 11 division titles since entering the NFL in 1975. Over the
                               last three seasons alone, Belichick’s Patriots have won 80 percent of their games, compiling
                               a 45-11 overall record. In 2005, New England won 11 games despite being forced to use 45
                               different starters, an NFL record for a division champion. Known as a man of remarkably
                               modest ego, he believes that a team is truly “all about the players.” His philosophy of
                               leadership, his willingness to give back to his community, and his record of success make
                               Bill Belichick a man worth listening to.


                               TOMMY LASORDA                                                        Fee Range:          $35,000 - 50,000
                               Hall of Fame Baseball Manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers
                               Tommy Lasorda is the "dean" of active major league baseball managers and a giant in
                               American sports. He took the Dodgers to four World Series and six League Championships.
                               He has also managed six All-Star teams, guiding the National League to victories in 1978,
                               1979, 1982, and 1984. A true "winner", Lasorda exemplifies what is best in the sport that is
                               known as America's favorite pastime. His ability, attitude, character, and spirit have made
                               him an effective manager, team builder, and spokesman for the game of baseball. Lasorda
                               has been a spokesperson for the American Heart Association and has received honorary
                               doctorate degrees from Pepperdine University, St. Thomas University, Cal State Long
                               Beach, the University of Phoenix and most recently, Concordia University.


                               JOE PATERNO                                                          Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               Head Football Coach of Penn State University
                               For over 50 years, Joe Paterno has passionately served the football program at the
                               Pennsylvania State University with honor and principle. After 16 years as an assistant coach
                               he was rewarded in 1966 with the head coaching responsibilities by his college coach at
                               Brown University. He is the most successful coach in the history of college, propelling him
                               past Bryant as the life-time leader in wins by a major college coach. He is also one of the
                               most admired figures in college athletics, an acknowledged icon whose influence extends
                               well beyond the white chalk lines of the football field.


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                               PAT CROCE                                                            Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               Former President of the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers
                               When the Philadelphia 76ers named Pat Croce team president on March 19, 1996, they
                               were looking for a fresh start, a new direction. What they found was a proven winner.
                               Through a great deal of hard work and an infectious attitude, Croce has restored the pride
                               and brought excitement back to the Sixers. His fierce drive and determination are felt
                               throughout the organization. No longer is success hoped for, it's expected. Following his
                               arrival, he raised the standard of expectations for the franchise. Croce is also an
                               international karate champion, and most-sought-after motivational speaker and author of
                               The New York Times best-seller, I Feel Great and You Will Too, and 110%: 110 Strategies
                               for Feeling Good Everyday. Croce now offers audiences the same action-based insights
                               that led to his phenomenal and far-reaching success.


                               CHI CHI RODRIGUEZ                                                    Fee Range:           $35,000 - 50,000
                               8 Time PGA Tour Winner; 22 Time Senior PGA Tour Victories
                               Juan "Chi Chi" Rodriguez began caddying at the age of six and actually learned to play golf
                               with clubs fashioned out of guava tree limbs and tin cans hammered into balls. Rodriguez
                               won 8 times on the PGA Tour and now boasts 22 Senior Tour victories. Rodriguez has
                               demonstrated to be a great golf champion, but he's a greater champion to the lives of
                               youths and to the Hispanic community. The Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation serves
                               inner city youths who are at risk of dropping out of school by improving their self-esteem,
                               character, work ethic, social adjustment, and academic performance.


                               BEN CRENSHAW                                                       Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               PGA Golf Legend
                               In just six weeks on the tour, Ben Crenshaw captured $79,749 in prize money, including
                               winning the very first PGA Tour event he entered, the San Antonio-Texas Open.
                               Crenshaw's seemingly effortless game and easy-going manner soon garnered him the
                               respect of the other pros and over the years earned him the nickname "Gentle Ben."
                               Winner of 19 PGA titles, including two Masters Tournaments and four international titles, he
                               captured the cover of Sports Illustrated by guiding the 1999 U.S. Ryder Cup Team to the
                               most stunning come-from-behind victory in the history of the event. Branching into new
                               arenas, Crenshaw has also proven himself a skilled businessman and architect. The ideal
                               motivational speaker on teamwork, his leadership, poise and strategic planning in the 1999
                               Ryder Cup fired up his team to a breathtaking triumph. In 2000 Ben released his memoirs, A
                               Feel for the Game, to Brookline and Back.

                               HOWIE LONG                                                         Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               Hall of Fame Defensive End; FOX Sports Analyst, "NFL Sunday"
                               Howie Long, former Hall of Fame Defensive End for the Los Angeles Raiders, is currently
                               best known for his position of in-studio analyst for the Emmy Award winning FOX "NFL
                               Sunday" team. Long was twice chosen Defensive Lineman of the Year and was elected to
                               the Pro Bowl eight times. In 2000, Long was one of the youngest players ever inducted into
                               the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He launched his successful television and film career and is
                               widely known for his appearances on the big screen as well as the gridiron. He also
                               volunteers his time to the United Way, the Mental Health Association, and he was the
                               chairman of Child Abuse Prevention Month in Virginia. His keen wit and insight make him an
                               entertaining and highly sought after speaker.




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                               JIMMY JOHNSON                                                      Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               Two-Time NFL Super Bowl Champion Head Coach, Dallas Cowboys; FOX Sports
                               Analyst “NFL Sunday”
                               Jimmy Johnson was the first coach in football history to win both a Super Bowl title and a
                               national collegiate championship and he is only one of four coaches to secure back-to-back
                               Super Bowl victories. After 5 seasons as the head coach of the Hurricanes, Johnson moved
                               to the NFL to coach the Dallas Cowboys. He retired as the Cowboys’ head coach in 1993
                               and published his autobiography, Turning the Thing Around: Pulling America's Team Out of
                               the Dumps-and Myself Out of the Doghouse. He joined FOX Sports as an analyst for the
                               “NFL Sunday” pre-game show. In 1996, Johnson became the head coach of the Miami
                               Dolphins. In his 4 seasons with the Dolphins, he compiled a 36-28 regular-season record
                               and a 2-3 postseason record. He retired from the Dolphins in 2000 and rejoined FOX “NFL
                               Sunday”. He is an entertaining motivational speaker who blends personal anecdotes and
                               experiences to make his points about leadership, team building and personal excellence.

                               REGGIE JACKSON                                                     Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               Legendary Baseball Hall of Fame Right Fielder; Known as "Mr. October"
                               Reggie Jackson became the first player to have a candy bar named after him. The peak of
                               Jackson’s career came a boisterous five-year stint with the Yankees, which he began by
                               asserting that he was "the straw that stirred the drink," a statement that drew the ire of new
                               teammate Thurman Munson and manager Billy Martin. But the outspoken, flamboyant,
                               muscular outfielder was a winner wherever he went. In 21 seasons, Jackson played on 11
                               divisional winners, six pennant winners, and five World Champions.




                               MIA HAMM                                                           Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               U.S. Olympic Hockey Team Gold Medalist & World Cup Soccer Champion
                               Mia Hamm is recognized as the world’s best all-around women’s soccer player and one of
                               the most popular female athletes in history. The all-time leading international scorer, Hamm
                               led the U.S. Olympic team to a gold medal in 1996 and a silver medal in 2000. In 1991, she
                               was the youngest player on the World Championship team, and in 1999, she led the team to
                               another World Cup win. Admired for her athletic ability, sportsmanship, determination and
                               commitment, she has been named one of People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People."
                               She is the author of Go for the Goal: A Champion’s Guide to Winning in Soccer and Life,
                               providing an inspirational account of her efforts to become a champion.

                               CHRIS BERMAN                                                       Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               ESPN Sports Commentator; Co-Host,                             "Sunday       NFL      Countdown",          "NFL
                               Primetime", and “Baseball Tonight”
                               As a studio host, anchor and commentator, Chris Berman is known for balancing in-depth
                               sports reports in an upbeat and easygoing manner, without sacrificing content. Reporting
                               with ample amounts of humor and ebullience, Berman says "Whatever lightness I try to add,
                               I never let fun interfere with the news. That comes first. Sports should be fun, and I want
                               viewers to share in the enjoyment I get from the games. But I also owe it to those same
                               viewers to be thoroughly prepared and to know what I'm talking about, or not talking about."
                               Berman received perhaps his most praise when he and analyst Buck Martinez chose not to
                               speak during the 22-minute celebration in the Ripken game.



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                               JOHN ELWAY                                                         Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame & Two-Time Super Bowl Champion Quarterback of the
                               Denver Broncos
                               Strangely, it took John Elway two championships at the end of his career to solidify his place
                               as one of the top quarterbacks in the history of the game. After 16 seasons, Elway retired as
                               the winningest starting quarterback in NFL history with a 148-82-1 record. Elway became
                               the first quarterback to start five Super Bowls, was selected for the Pro Bowl nine times and
                               in 1987 was voted the NFL's Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press. By taking risks
                               as a passer, he made plays other quarterbacks couldn't. "Elway is the master of the
                               inconceivable pass thrown to the unreachable spot," announcer Pat Summerall said. Elway
                               is the only player to amass 50,000 yards passing and 3,000 rushing. He ranks second to
                               Dan Marino in passing yards (51,475), completions (4,123) and 3,000-yard seasons (12).

                               JOE TORRE                                                          Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               Baseball Legend and Manager, World Championship New York Yankees
                               In 1995, after only one year at the helm of the Yankees, Joe Torre led the team to their first
                               World Series title since 1978. Torre led the Yankees to 114 wins during the following regular
                               season, an American League record. He has been named "Sportsman of the Year" by The
                               Sporting News and "Co-Manager of the Year" by the Baseball Writers Association of
                               America. He is also author of Joe Torre's Ground Rules for Winners: 12 Keys to Managing
                               Team Players, Tough Bosses, Setbacks, and Success and Chasing the Dream, My Lifelong
                               Journey to the World Series, an autobiography detailing his 30-year wait as a manager and
                               player to finally win the World Series. A prostate cancer survivor, he is involved with CAP
                               Cure, an organization that raises money for prostrate cancer research. He established the
                               Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation, whose guiding principle is that every child has the right
                               to be safe at home.

                               BOB COSTAS                                                         Fee Range:           $50,000 - $75,000
                               Emmy Award-Winning Sportscaster; Author, Fair Ball: A Fan’s Case for Baseball
                               Bob Costas has been with NBC Sports since 1979. He anchored NBC's coverage of the
                               last three Summer Olympics and hosted the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Costas
                               has been involved in the coverage of six league championship series and five World Series
                               for NBC Sports and he has hosted six Super Bowls. Bob was the play-by-play voice of the
                               NBA on NBC from 1997 through the 1999-2000 seasons. He has won 15 Emmy Awards
                               and has been nominated for Emmys in five different categories. He was named "National
                               Sportscaster of the Year" an unprecedented eight times by his peers. His book, Fair Ball: A
                               Fan's Case for Baseball made the New York Times Best-Sellers List. He went on to host his
                               own late night program, the Emmy-Award winning “Later…. with Bob Costas”, which
                               featured interviews exploring the lives of newsmakers & entertainers.

                               DANICA PATRICK                                                     Fee Range:                 Over $75,000
                               Current IRL Race Car Driver; Only Female to Ever Lead The Prestigious
                               Indianapolis 500
                               Indy Racing League (IRL) driver Danica Patrick has taken the professional racing circuit by
                               storm. In a sport where female participation is rare, Patrick is making history. At the 2005
                               Indianapolis 500 she became the first woman ever to lead the field of drivers. She held first
                               place for a total of 19 laps, but minor errors and a spinout kept her from becoming the first
                               woman to win. She finished the race fourth though, the highest since Janet Guthrie's ninth-
                               place finish 27 years earlier. She became only the fourth woman to participate in the big
                               race. Despite posting the fastest speed of the month two weeks earlier at 229.880 miles-
                               per-hour, she failed to capture the pole in her qualifying laps. She began the race in the
                               same spot she finished--fourth.
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                               MARIO ANDRETTI                                                     Fee Range:                 Over $75,000
                               Legendary Indy Race Car Champion
                               This celebrated Indy car champion campaigned in his final season of Champ Car
                               competition on 1994, when he retired from active participation in the sport. His 52 Champ
                               Car victories are second to A.J. Foyt's 67. With Andretti's last win (also his 109th major
                               career victory) at the Phoenix 200 in April 1993, he became the first driver to win Champ
                               Car races in four decades and the first to win races in five decades. Retirement from racing
                               hasn't slowed Mario. His name is now on a winery in Napa Valley, a car dealership, a chain
                               of gas stations and a distributorship, a clothing line, a coffee table book, car washes, go-kart
                               tracks, car care products, an IMAX movie, video games and replica cars.


                               PHIL JACKSON                                                       Fee Range:                 Over $75,000
                               NBA's All Time Winningest Coach
                               Phil Jackson, the coach who led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships in his nine
                               years as head coach, returned to basketball after a one-year sabbatical to lead the Los
                               Angeles Lakers to back-to-back NBA titles in his first two seasons. Drafted in the second
                               round by the New York Knicks, Jackson spent thirteen years in the NBA. He is one of only
                               nine men to win NBA Championships as both a player and a head coach. Jackson shares
                               his motivational techniques and his philosophy of a mindful approach to sport and business,
                               principles used to promote a deeper understanding of success, with audiences across the
                               country.


                               PAT RILEY                                                          Fee Range:                 Over $75,000
                               Basketball Head Coach & President, Miami Heat
                               Pat Riley is the consummate competitor who knows the exhilaration of winning. During the
                               1996-97 seasons Riley guided the Heat to 61 regular season wins and a trip to the Eastern
                               conference Finals. During his four years with the New York Knicks, Riley posted four 50-
                               plus win seasons and led the team to the NBA Finals for the first time in more than two
                               decades. In nine seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, he compiled the best winning
                               percentage in NBA history and four NBA championships. Author of Showtime and The
                               Winner Within, Riley shows what it takes to be a winner in a competitive environment – year
                               after year.

                               DAN MARINO                                                         Fee Range:                 Over $75,000
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame Quarterback for the Miami Dolphins
                               Dan Marino, NFL legend, was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame on August 7, 2005.
                               Marino played for the Miami Dolphins in the NFL Football League and is widely recognized
                               as one of the greatest quarterbacks in football history. Dan Marino rewrote the National
                               Football League record book in his 17-year career, setting career records for passing yards
                               (61,361), completions (4,967), and touchdown passes (420), and earning nine Pro Bowl
                               berths. In 1992, Marino and his wife, Claire, established The Dan Marino Foundation, after
                               their son, Michael was diagnosed with autism. The foundation has distributed over $7 million
                               to research, services and treatment programs serving children with neurodevelopment
                               disabilities. Currently, Dan is a commentator for both CBS's "The NFL Today Show" and
                               HBO's "Inside the NFL", during the football season.




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                               TROY AIKMAN                                                        Fee Range:                Please Inquire
                               Three-Time NFL Super Bowl Champion Quarterback, Dallas Cowboys; NFL
                               Football Analyst for FOX Television
                               One of the most popular players in NFL history, Troy Aikman has been extraordinarily
                               successful throughout his entire life. A collegiate All-American, NFL All-Pro, Super Bowl
                               MVP, NFL Man of the Year and Future Hall of Famer, Aikman’s achievements are
                               legendary. As a speaker, Aikman brings that same passion to his audiences as he shares
                               the principles and lessons that have propelled him to personal and professional excellence.
                               Now one of the most respected broadcasters on FOX, Aikman continues to provide key
                               insights and thoughtful analysis for fans around the world. His accomplishments off the field
                               are just as impressive supporting many worthwhile causes throughout the country. In 1992,
                               he established the Troy Aikman Foundation, which benefits children in the Dallas, TX area.

                               STEVE YOUNG                                                        Fee Range:                Please Inquire
                               Pro Football Hall of Fame; Super Bowl Champion and NFL MVP Quarterback for
                               the San Francisco 49ers
                               Best known as the former quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, Steve Young
                               experienced first-hand what communication, leadership, and the power of simple hard work
                               can achieve. Young has also set NFL history by being the only QB to have won four
                               consecutive passing titles, the only QB to post four consecutive seasons with a QB rating of
                               above 100, and the only QB to post six consecutive 300-yard plus passing games. Young is
                               now a studio analyst on ESPN's “Sunday NFL Countdown”.


                               MAGIC JOHNSON                                                      Fee Range:                Over $100,000
                               Legendary NBA Hall of Fame Point Guard for the Los Angeles Lakers; CEO,
                               Magic Johnson Enterprises
                               Following a legendary career during which he achieved every imaginable goal from a
                               player's perspective and established himself as one of the NBA's all-time greatest
                               performers, Magic Johnson is now making strides off the court as the Los Angeles Lakers'
                               vice president. During his 12-year NBA career, he led the Lakers to five NBA championships
                               and nine appearances in the NBA Finals. After announcing his retirement from the NBA in
                               1991, due to the HIV Virus, Johnson's immense popularity resulted in his being voted as a
                               starter in the 1992 All-Star Game. While Johnson may best be known for his prowess on the
                               basketball court, he is also an entrepreneur with multi-faceted business interests. His latest
                               venture develops commercial property in long-neglected minority urban and suburban
                               neighborhoods.

                               WAYNE GRETZKY                                                      Fee Range:                Over $100,000
                               NHL Hockey Hall of Fame Legend; Head Coach of the Phoenix Coyotes
                               In his 20 year career with four teams Wayne "The Great One" Gretzky, set every major
                               offensive record in the history of the sport, including 92 goals, 163 assists, 215 points in a
                               season, 894 goals, 1,963 assists, and 2,587 points in his career. He won the Hart Trophy as
                               league MVP eight consecutive times, nine over all, The Art Ross Trophy as league scoring
                               champion 10 times and led the Oilers to four Stanley Cup championships. Gretzky also
                               helped Team Canada win three Canada Cup titles. Only seven months after his retirement
                               in 1999, Gretzky was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Canada, becoming
                               the tenth and final player in Hockey Hall of Fame history to have the mandatory three-year
                               waiting period for enshrinement waived by the Hall's board of directors.




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                               LANCE ARMSTRONG                                                    Fee Range:                Over $100,000
                               Seven Time Tour De France Champion; Cancer Survivor
                               Seven time winner of the Tour de France, two time Olympian riding in both the 1992 and
                               1996 Olympics, renowned humanitarian, and cancer survivor, Lance Armstrong is the
                               embodiment of all that defines inspiration. Armstrong’s personal charisma and passionate
                               commitment to life don't just stop at the finish line. A hero at every level, his depth of
                               character and generosity of spirit can be found off-track in his work with the Armstrong
                               Foundation in Austin, Texas. Armstrong founded (the LAF) while undergoing his own cancer
                               treatment in 1996. The LAF has earned a national reputation for its groundbreaking work on
                               cancer survivorship issues. He is an author and co-author including It's Not About My Bike:
                               My Journey Back to Life, and Every Second Counts with Sally Jenkins (contributor), and
                               The Lance Armstrong Performance Program: Seven Weeks to the Perfect Ride.




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