Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw has been announced as the keynote speaker for this September’s Montana State University Billings Foundation’s second annual “An Evening With…” autumn event, which will take place on September 10 at the Holiday Inn Grand Montana in Billings. The function will include a dinner and tickets cost $100 per person, however those who wish to donate $1000 or more to join MSUB’s Chancellor's Circle will be able to have a photograph with Bradshaw and an opportunity to meet him.
The four-time Super Bowl Champion played with the Pittsburgh Steelers for 14 seasons before retiring in 1983 with several achievements under his belt such as being the only quarterback to have won three Super Bowls and four Super Bowls. After leaving his football career behind, Bradshaw went on to become a NFL sports analyst for CBS, and has also written five books, recorded a few country music albums, and has dabbled with an acting career such as his role as Matthew Mcconaughey's father in ‘Failure to Launch.” In addition to that, he has also got into some business working with NASCAR and created the FitzBradshaw high performance racing line.
Bradshaw will be speaking at MSUB’s event this fall, and if you happen to be in the area it could be the best $100 you spend this year. Sports fans know that this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get to hear one of the biggest football legends in the NFL share stories and insight of his experiences as a pro athlete.
To inquire about Terry Bradshaw's availability and speaking fee, contact the agents at Athlete Speakers.
Watch Terry Bradshaw Speaking about his Post Football Career on Jimmy Kimmel Live: