Two-Time NFL Super Bowl Champion Carl Banks to Speak at Temple B'nai Abraham Annual Sports Breakfast

December 7, 2013 at 1:27 AM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - Temple B’nai Abraham is holding its Annual Sports Breakfast on Sun., Jan. 26, 2014, at the temple, which is located at 300 E. Northfield Rd, Livingston. Breakfast and Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m.

The public is invited to attend and enjoy a hot and cold breakfast buffet prepared by the TBA Men’s Club, which is sponsoring the event. The Annual Sports Breakfast is being co- chaired by Robert Stecklow and Craig Kantor, Interim Men's Club President, and Carey Gertler, Men's Club Vice-President .

The cost for adults is $18 and the fee for a family is $36 (children must be accompanied by an adult). For information, call (973) 994-2290 or go here to register online.

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The guest speaker will be Carl Banks, a two-time NFL Super Bowl Champion, Former NY Giants All Pro Linebacker, Former NY Jets Director of Player Development, Sports Analyst for WFAN, Sirius NFL Radio and NY Giants Radio Broadcasts and Sports Fashion Entrepreneur. He will discusss, “The Super Bowl: Just the Beginning...Life in and out of the NFL."

Guests will have the opportunity to meet Carl Banks and get his autograph and a photo with him. The event will also boast a silent auction featuring an authentic (signed and framed) Eli Manning, NY Giants Jersey, and door prizes, plus a 50/50 Raffle. 


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