NFL Hall of Famers Bradshaw, Long to Speak at Work Truck Show

Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long, two of professional football's most colorful analysts and the best of friends, will serve as keynote speakers at The Work Truck Show 2017. Their address will take place Thursday, March 16, as part of the President's Breakfast & NTEA Annual Meeting.

Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long, two of professional football's most colorful analysts and the best of friends, will serve as keynote speakers at The Work Truck Show 2017. Their address will take place Thursday, March 16, as part of the President's Breakfast & NTEA Annual Meeting.

The two Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees will provide insights into the Hall's five core values that are as essential for success in business as they are for America's favorite game: commitment, integrity, courage, respect and excellence.

For more than two decades, Bradshaw and Long have worked together on Fox NFL Sunday. Bradshaw refers to their relationship as like "the odd couple," and they are different in a number of ways. They're 12 years apart in age. Bradshaw grew up in Louisiana; Long in Boston. One was a quarterback, the other a defensive lineman. One was a Steeler, the other a Raider. What they do have in common is football savvy and business experience - and a strong sense of humor.

"You can expect this keynote address to be both informative and entertaining," says Adam Keane, 2017 NTEA Convention chairman, and executive vice-president of Allied Body Works Inc. (Seattle, Washington). "Long and Bradshaw know a lot about teamwork and achievement. They are both successful athletes, business owners and movie stars, as well as community and charitable supporters. Their style is fun, and their message inspirational." 

 

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