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Bart Starr and Steve Young to Present at Chalk Talk Luncheon

Press Release

Rawhide Boys Ranch will be hosting a Bart Starr Chalk Talk Luncheon with NFL Hall of Fame and Super Bowl MVP Quarterbacks Bart Starr and Steve Young. The presentation will feature both quarterbacks talking about their career and the Green Bay Packers vs. Chicago Bears game taking place later that evening.

When:     Monday November 4, 2013

Where:   Brett Favre’s Steakhouse
1004 Brett Favre Pass, Green Bay

Event Details: Tickets are $50 for lunch and Chalk Talk. A limited number of Gold Packages are available for $200 each and include lunch, Chalk Talk and an autographed mini football by Bart Starr and Steve Young. Event Sponsorships of $1,000 includes photo reception with Bart Starr and Steve Young, two Lunch tickets, chalk talk attendance and an autographed mini football.

Public Registration for event.

About Bart Starr: He was a 17th round draft choice of the Green Bay Packers in 1956. From 1960 through 1967, his record as a starting quarterback was 62-24-4 and the Packers won six divisional, five NFL, and the first two Super Bowl championships. He was the NFL’s Most Valuable Player in 1966 and won MVP honors in both Super Bowl I and II. Bart was at his best in his many postseason appearances. Starr was inducted into the National Football League Hall of Fame in 1977. Bart and his wife, Cherry are co-founders of Rawhide and have been wonderful role models for hundreds of boys who have gone through those programs since 1965.

About Steve Young: He entered the National Football League when he was selected in the first round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1984 supplemental draft.  In 1987, Young was traded to the San Francisco 49ers as the back-up to Joe Montana.  He stepped into the starting role in 1991 after Montana suffered an injury.  His finest season came in 1994 when the 49ers won the NFC Championship and went on to win Super Bowl XXIX over the San Diego Chargers and was named MVP. Young, one of the most accurate passers in league history was a two-time regular season MVP and elected to seven Pro Bowls. In 2005, he was inducted into the National Football League Hall of Fame

About Rawhide: Located outside of New London, Wisconsin, Rawhide Boys Ranch emphasizes a faith-based residential environment as an alternative to juvenile corrections for court-referred and at-risk young men. In addition, Rawhide provides services to youth and their families through community-based programs, such as outpatient counseling, adventure based summer camps and intensive family weekends. Families interested in scheduling an appointment for outpatient counseling services in Green Bay should visit www.rawhide.enfusendev.com/strongfamily or call toll free 1-877-300-9101. Most major health insurance plans are accepted and a sliding fee is also available. Learn more about Rawhide by visiting the website at www.rawhide.enfusendev.com.