Saturday, February 2, 2019 8 AM
The NFL-sanctioned Athletes in Action Super Bowl Breakfast has taken place in the Super Bowl host city every year since 1988, drawing sellout crowds to hear from some of sport’s biggest names. The Bart Starr Award, presented at the breakfast, honors Starr’s lifelong commitment to serving as a positive role model to his family, teammates and community. The winner of the Bart Starr Award is determined by NFL-player balloting at the end of the regular season, making it one of only two individual honors selected by the players themselves.
*Dress is business casual. Tickets are non-refundable and are not tax-deductible.
You can watch the 2019 Super Bowl Breakfast program on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/SBowlBreakfast/.
Founded in 2011, the Super Service Challenge is a nationwide movement to transform organizations through service. Driven by the idea people and teams grow stronger when they join together to serve, the Challenge encourages volunteerism, sharing stories of service and awarding funds to nonprofits.
The impact of the Super Service Challenge grows each year. To date, more than 100,000 people have served nearly 3,000 charities nationwide through the Challenge, and winning nonprofits have received more $30 million in awards. Online, the Challenge has shared more than 20,000 stories of service, counted more than 2.5 million votes, and made over 300 million media impressions.
Whether you are part of a business, family, team of friends, or ministry, the Super Service Challenge provides a way to facilitate teamwork and engagement that benefits individuals, teams and communities
Please visit www.superservicechallenge.com for more information.
Campbell is in his 11th year in the NFL and serves as a captain for the Jaguars’ top-ranked defense. In addition to being named an Associated Press first-team All-Pro selection in 2017, winning the NFL 101 Awards AFC Defensive Player of the Year and being selected to three Pro Bowls, Calais lists his work in the community as his most cherished achievement during his tenure in the NFL.
Campbell runs the CRC Foundation, named after his late father, Charles Richard Campbell, which is committed to enhancing the community through the teaching of critical life skills to young people. Through sports, creative talents, vocational skills, financial skills, and quality health and nutrition, the CRC Foundation helps develop young people into empowered and self-aware leaders for the future.
Meet our Special Guests
2019 Bart Starr Award Winner
Jacksonville Jaguars Defensive Captain
NFL, 2003 - 2008
Co-Host of American Ninja Warrior, Sports Analyst, NFL Network
Super Bowl Champion Coach
Studio Analyst, "Football Night in America" & "Thursday Night Football"
Cincinnati Bengals, 1980 -1992
Pro Football Hall of Fame
NFL, 1965 - 2003
2x Super Bowl Champion Coach (VI, XII)
Coach, Indianapolis Colts
Get yours while they are still available
Tables are assigned on a first come, first served basis.
National Honorary Co-Chairmen:
Joe Gibbs, Pro Football Hall of Fame
Steve Largent, Pro Football Hall of Fame
Anthony Muñoz, Pro Football Hall of Fame
Mike Singletary, Pro Football Hall of Fame
Bart Starr, Pro Football Hall of Fame
Henry & Billye Aaron
Ed Bastian, CEO, Delta Air Lines
Paul Bowers, President & CEO, Georgia Power
Rodney Bullard, Executive Director, Chick-fil-A Foundation
Coach Bill Curry
Billy & Allison Dukes
Warrick Dunn, NFL, 1997 – 2008
Donna Hyland, President & CEO, Children's Healthcare
Ernie & Cheryl Johnson
Rev. Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO, The King Center
Eloisa Klementich, President and CEO of Invest Atlanta
Terry McGuirk, Chairman, Atlanta Braves
Todd & Susan Peterson
Dan Quinn, Head Coach, Atlanta Falcons
Teresa Rasmussen, President & CEO, Thrivent
Dan Reeves, Head Coach, Atlanta Falcons 1997 – 2003, 2-time Super Bowl Champion
Vivian A. Wong, Founder, Touchmark National Bank
Ambassador Andrew & Carolyn Young
Bryant & Kristin Young, Atlanta Falcons
Check back for more updates on the 2019 Super Bowl Breakfast Host Committee.