Champion Quarterback, NFL Legend
Topics: Being the Best You Can Be
For 16 years Bart Starr toiled for the Green Bay Packers, many of those years under the guidance of one of the greatest coaches of all time, Vince Lombardi. From Lombardi, Bart learned the basic principles he continues to explain in motivational presentations that have wowed audiences across the nation. The fortitude Starr brought to the “Ice Bowl” victory is his trademark and foundation of the perseverance he brings to his life off the field as a successful businessman, community leader and devoted family man.
Football legend Bart Starr's designation of Most Valuable Player describes more than his legendary performance on the football field - it describes him as a man. Playing for the legendary Vince Lombardi, Bart Starr learned the fundamentals of leadership and success...Book Bart Starr for Your Event
His many awards include MVP in the first two Super Bowls, NFL Man of the Year, Professional Player of the Decade and winner of the Byron White Award (NFL's award for citizenship and the person who best displays the qualities of a true professional athlete). He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1977. In 1997, he was honored with the Vince Lombardi Award of Excellence (past recipients have included George Bush, Norman Schwarzkopf and Pete Rozelle).
Athletes in Action established the Bart Starr Award, which is given annually to one NFL player who exemplifies leadership and humanitarianism. Recipients since 1988 have included Steve Largent, Mike Singletary, Anthony Munoz and Reggie White.
Bart Starr draws on his many years of excellence to give an inspiring and motivational message highlighted with stories and lessons from the world of sports.