Pro Football Hall of Fame Members Tony Dorsett and Peyton Manning Highlight 19th Season of Little Rock Touchdown Club
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 8, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Earlier today, the Little Rock Touchdown Club announced its 2023 speaker lineup at a news conference hosted at historic War Memorial stadium. Little Rock Touchdown Club president and Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame inductee David Bazzel announced that Arkansas Razorback Head Coach, Sam Pittman, will kick off the 19th season of the Little Rock Touchdown Club.
"As a proud member of the Little Rock community, we are very pleased to once again serve as presenting sponsor of the Little Rock Touchdown Club, an organization that provides fans with a customer-friendly experience and shares our passion for being a strong community partner," said Chris White, EVP and chief community banking officer of Simmons Bank. "The Little Rock Touchdown Club is one of the premier sports organizations in our state, led by one of Arkansas' greatest ambassadors, and Simmons is proud to be a part of connecting football fans across our state."
The Little Rock Touchdown Club 2023 speaker lineup includes:
Tuesday, Aug. 22
Sam Pittman, head coach, University of Arkansas
Monday, Aug. 28
Laura Rutledge, reporter and host for ESPN and SEC Network
Tuesday, Sept. 5
Peyton Manning, Pro Football Hall of Fame (Class of 2021)
Monday, Sept. 11
Tony Dorsett, Pro Football Hall of Fame (Class of 1994)
Monday, Sept. 18
Hunter Yurachek, athletic director, University of Arkansas
Monday, Sept. 25
Peyton Hills, former University of Arkansas and NFL running back
Monday, Oct. 2
Jim McMahon, Super Bowl Champion 1985
Monday, Oct. 9
Butch Jones, head coach, Arkansas State University
Monday, Oct. 16
Jackie Sherrill, legendary college football coach
Monday, Oct. 23
Nathan Brown, head coach, University of Central Arkansas
Monday, Oct 30
Chris Doering, SEC Network analyst
Monday, Nov. 6
Alyssa Lang, anchor and reporter, SEC Network
Monday, Nov. 13
Ryan McGee, co-host, Marty and McGee, ESPN Radio
Tuesday, Nov. 21
David Cutcliffe, legendary college football coach
Friday, Jan. 12
Awards Banquet – speaker yet to be announced
The Little Rock Touchdown Club meets at the DoubleTree Hotel, located at 424 W. Markham St. in Little Rock. Membership dues start at $90 and can be paid online at LRTouchdown.com. Lunch is served at 11 a.m. each week with the program beginning at 11:50 a.m.
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Little Rock Touchdown Club
The Little Rock Touchdown Club, which began in August 2004, has become one of the nation's largest and fastest-growing football clubs. Having started with 17 founding members, the organization has quickly grown to more than 500 members. The club typically meets every Monday during the football season at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Little Rock and ends the season with an awards banquet. For more information, visit LRTouchdown.com.
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