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Dine with Mark Jackson

Mark Jackson

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 3:46 PM - Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 3:46 PM (EDT)

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Once you purchase this event you can agree a one hour window for your workout with Mark Jackson. 3 days notice required.
Ended $150.00 $9.24

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Meet Mark Jackson at your favorite restaurant.

Invite friends, your boss or father-in-law even! Let Mark Jackson make the lasting impression on that important client to close the deal. Your Hero will regale you friends, family or clients with stories from their professional career.

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  • Mark Jackson will meet you at a local restaurant of your choosing.
  • Invite as many friends as you want to join.
  • You pick up the tab for your hero’s meal.

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  • Feel secure: If Mark Jackson does not provide services, through no fault of yours, your payment will be returned to you promptly.
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Once you purchase this event you can agree a one hour window for your workout with Mark Jackson. 3 days notice required.

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Littleton, Colorado, United States
Littleton, None 80123

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 3:46 PM - Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 3:46 PM (EDT)


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Mark Jackson

Speed is the thing that scares you to death, Broncos coach Dan Reeves said of Mark Jackson and the 3 Amigos. Anytime they touch the football, they have the chance to go all the way.rnrnMark Jackson was drafted in the 6th round of the 1986 draft after an All-Big Ten Conference college career for Purdue University. At 5-10, 180lbs, Mark was the guy that Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway looked for whenever a play broke down. In his rookie season, Jackson caught two crucial passes in The Drive. First was the 3rd and 18 strike that gave the Broncos a 1st down and breathing room, and of course the Touch Down reception in the Dawg Pound that silenced the crowd and sent the 1986 AFC Championship game versus the Cleveland Browns into over-time. The Broncos won that game and went on to the Superbowl. The Drive is the most memorable series in NFL History and the only series that is affectionately referred to as The Drive.rnrnIn 1987 Jackson was named Denver's most valuable player for his performance in the 87 AFC Championship Game vs. Cleveland, catching four passes for 134 yards including an 80 yard touchdown reception. He was also the leading receiver in Superbowl XXII that year. rnrnJackson is eighth in Bronco history in both receptions and yards and his 17.55 average per catch is ranked 3rd. He also established the record for the longest reception in postseason play, 80 yards. A tough, smart receiver with an uncanny ability to get open, he played seven seasons with the Broncos. Jackson also played for the New York Giants and the Indianapolis Colts before retiring in 1995. He has 334 receptions for 5,454 yards, a 16.3 average and 28 touchdowns and played in three Super Bowls for the Denver Broncos.rnrnMark Jackson has always had a presence in the community. He's done work with Big Brothers, Bonfils Blood Center, Children's Hospital (Red Wagon Race), D.A.R.E., Ronald McDonald House, Exempla Saint Joseph, The Center for African American Health, Muscular Dystrophy Association (Muscle Team), Shaka Franklin, Colorado Prevention Center's Healthy Heart Program, Sisters of Color, Metro Denver's Rebuild Together, Denver Street School, Open Door Youth Gang Alternatives and March of Dimes (Walk America/Mud Volleyball) just to name a few. Mark has always welcomed the opportunity to lend his name, a strong hand and a glowing smile to those in need. rnrnToday, Mark "The Drive" Jackson is a Lifestyle Trainer. Never before have I more enjoyed going to work, Jackson said in an article found in the Rocky Mountain News Business section. Jackson is helping common people to obtain uncommon results through his Lectures and Training. He is an author and motivational speaker inspiring long term positive change in teams and individuals. Jackson's stories of teamwork and leadership are humorous and inspiring. He approaches his speaking career with the same intelligence, passion, and intensity that punctuated his great football career. He believes EVERYONE has a Champion inside just waiting to be discovered!!
You can contact Mark Jackson at iaskmj@gmail.com
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