Though the San Francisco 49ers’ unfortunate loss in this year’s Super Bowl hurt many, we have speakers who hold this team and the sport of football near and dear to their hearts. 

Steve Young played 12 seasons with the San Francisco 49ers as their All-Pro quarterback. He is also tied for the league record in highest completion percentage for a career (64.3%), most seasons leading the league in touchdown passes (four), and is second all-time with 20 consecutive passes completed. After retiring from football in 1999, he occasionally appeared on Sunday NFL Countdown in 2000 and expanded to a full-time role at the start of the 2001 season.Young’s speaking topics include “Get Off the Bench, Be a Starter” and “Success from the School of Hard Knocks.”

Joe Montana won more than 70 percent of the games he started during his 16-year career with the San Francisco 49ers. He is known as one of the toughest quarterbacks ever to play the game, having played with multiple injuries throughout his career. He was named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player twice and led the 49ers to four Super Bowl wins, earning three Super Bowl Most Valuable Player awards. Unfortunately he was unable to help out this time around, as he retired from professional football in 1995. During his career, he was a brave and legendary leader which show through his motivational speaking.
Jerry Markbreit, one of our first speakers, ended his refereeing career with an NFC Divisional playoff game between the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers. This 1998 season was his 23rd year in the NFL and his 43rd consecutive season of football officiating. He worked as the Trade and Barter Manager for the 3M Company for 38 years, giving him the background to develop an interesting and worthwhile message for professional groups. Some speaking topics are “Teamwork for Success in an Environment of Risk & Change” and “Being the Best You Can Be.

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