Nicholls Auction Marketing Group, Inc.
Collector Cars & Vehicles
May 16, 2012 - 6:00 PM Eastern
The Ritz-Carolton Tyson`s Corner
1700 Tyson`s Blvd
McLean, VA 22102
Join the NAMG Team, Coach Joe Gibbs, Larry Michael ('The Voice of the Redskins'), Redskins Owner, Daniel Snyder, and CBS' NFL TODAY host, James Brown as we support the Youth for Tomorrow Home.
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|Youth For Tomorrow |
23rd Annual Burgundy & Gold Banquet
|Date:||Wednesday, May 16, 2012|
|Host:||Joe Gibbs |
Founder and Chairman
Youth for Tomorrow
|Chair:||Shaza Andersen |
President and CEO
|Master of Ceremonies:||Larry Michael |
“Voice of the Washington Redskins”
|Speaker:||James Brown |
NFL Today and CBS Sports
|Location:||The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner |
1700 Tysons Boulevard
|Time:||Sponsor Reception - 6:00 P.M. |
General Reception - 6:00 P.M.
Dinner - 7:30 P.M.
Youth For Tomorrow was founded by Joe Gibbs in 1986. Firm in his belief that area teenage boys and girls could benefit from a residential program combining character development, quality education, personal faith, and life skills, and with the help of hundreds of private donors, organizations and corporations, Coach Gibbs developed the 205 acre Youth For Tomorrow campus near Manassas, Virginia.
Brown hosted a two-hour radio show called “Hang Time with James Brown,” and also wrote daily commentaries for Sporting News Radio. He also served as a reporter/correspondent for HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” and a boxing host for HBO pay-per-view.
Brown first joined CBS Sports in 1984 where he was part of the network’s broadcast team for its NFL coverage and college basketball coverage as well as reporter for the NBA Finals. He also was host of an afternoon show, the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville, France. While at CBS he was also co-host of “CBS Sports Saturday/Sunday,” a weekend anthology series.
His sportscasting career began in Washington, D.C. as play-by-play announcer for the NBA Washington Bullets (now known as the Wizards) for Home Team Sports and served as an analyst for black college basketball on BET. Early in his career, he hosted a mid-day program on WTEM, an all-sports radio station, co-hosted two weekly Washington-area sports programs, was sports anchor for WUSA-TV for six years, and hosted “James Brown’s Pro Football Preview” for SportsFan Radio.
Brown graduated from Harvard with a degree in American Government. A standout on the basketball court, he received All-Ivy League honors in his last three seasons at Harvard University and captained the team in his senior year. He was selected as a fourth-round draft pick by the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks and a seventh-round pick by the Denver Nuggets. In 1996, Brown was inducted into the Harvard Hall of Fame.
He is a co-founder and principal of the Brown Technology Group, a certified minority owned and operated information technology company, and is a founding partner of the Washington Nationals. Brown serves as AARP’s Community Ambassador. He also is Executive Producer of the documentary, “For Aaron,” from JTwoFilms, which won “Best Documentary” at the Puerto Rico International Film Festival and the Indie Gathering Film Festival.
No stranger to charitable efforts, JB hosts the P.U.L.S.E. Awards, featuring “The JB Awards” where NFL players are honored for their outstanding community service. He also has worked on behalf of Darrell Green’s Youth Life Foundation, the Neimann Pick Disease Foundation and the Marrow Foundation, The HollyRod Foundation, Special Olympics DC, among numerous other charities and foundations.
He resides with his wife Dorothy in Maryland. JB’s daughter Katrina and her husband John have three daughters.
Contacts: Love Jones 703-396-8415 LJones@yftva.com