Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club
The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation joined forces in recent years with the Greater New Orleans Quarterback Club to create the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club.
While the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation returns as the “home team,” The Quarterback Club is pleased to announce the addition of Home Bank as the presenting sponsor in 2018.
Home Bank senior vice president and New Orleans market president John Zollinger is thrilled to be joining the great tradition of the Quarterback Club.
A New Orleans native and graduate of Jesuit (1985) and Spring Hill, Zollinger is thrilled to have Home Bank on board with the Quarterback Club.
“I think there is nothing more New Orleans than high school, college football and the Saints,” Zollinger said. “It is part of the fabric of the community and as a true community bank, we are proud to be associated with the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club. We look forward to having a great year.”
Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation President/CEO Jay Cicero is pleased to continue the relationship with the Quarterback Club as well.
“It is a meaningful platform for our organization to be able to support the athletic teams in our area, especially the high schools and their student-athletes,” Cicero said. “It’s an important element for our relationship with Chevron and the scholar-athletes of the week (male and female). This is our fourth year of participation and it is a quality event that we loved being involved with.”
The GNOSF Quarterback Club will meet weekly on Tuesday for 16 consecutive weeks, beginning with the first meeting of the season on August 28th at noon.
The organization is pleased to announce that our weekly luncheons return for a second year to Rock ‘n’ Bowl, the immensely popular New Orleans bowling and music entertainment facility conveniently located at 3016 South Carrollton Avenue.
The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club promotes the very best of amateur football, along with the New Orleans Saints.
Members and non-members are invited to the weekly luncheons, which are held every Tuesday for 16 consecutive weeks, with the exception of Tuesday, August 28 running through Tuesday, December 10.
Annual standard membership is $50 per person with premier annual membership at $80, which includes a Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club golf shirt and lapel pin, along with reserved seating. Luncheons are $20 per person for members and $25 per person for non-members. Purchase tickets to luncheons here.
CrescentCitySports.com serves as the official web site of the GNOSF Quarterback Club while Compliance Technology remains a key presenting sponsor, along with WGSO 990am Radio.
The weekly cost for members for lunch is $20 while non-members are welcome at $25 each. Speakers on the Saints, LSU, Tulane and prep football are featured every week. Other special guests are scheduled throughout the season.
The Quarterback Club selects a prep player of the week from the metro area each week and will announce a prep player of the year at the final meeting on Tuesday, December 13, sponsored by the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.
For more information on how to join the Quarterback Club, contact Stan Kottemann, Jr. at [email protected] or (504) 908-6080.
QB CLUB SPEAKERS & VIDEOS
Note: For information on the club including weekly releases on scheduled luncheon speakers and all past speaker videos, click here.
2018 SCHEDULED SPEAKERS (check back regularly for updates)
2018 GNOSF QB CLUB SPEAKERS
Aug. 28—Joe Alleva, Willie Fritz, Cookie Rojas, Zach Strief, Brice Brown
Sept. 4—Verge Ausberry, Dennis Lauscha, Larry Favre, Joe Chango, Jimmy Ordeneaux
Sept. 11—Troy Dannen, Nelson Stewart, Willie Brooks, Charlie Baglio, John Fourcade
Sept. 18—Michael Lewis, Nathaniel Jones, Skip Lamothe, Chris Blair, Todd Graffagnini
Sept. 25—Guy Lecompte, Mark Songy, Nathan Triche, Alex Atkins, Ed Daniels
Oct. 2—Jen Hale, Steve Barrios, Marlon Favorite, Scott Wattigny, Marcus Scott
Oct. 9—Rickey Jackson, Jay Roth, Brandon Walters, Rene Nadeau, Jack Curtis
Oct. 16—Ronnie Rantz, Emmanuel Powell, Frank Monica, Tyrone Hughes, Terrence Jones
Oct. 23—Byron Addison, J.T. Curtis, Ed Orgeron, Devery Henderson, Monica Lebron
Oct. 30—Dr. Greg Stewart, Tommy Clapp, Mark Slessinger, Ben Powell, Torrance Small
Nov. 6—Steve Korte, Regis Prograis, John Hazard, Mike Dunleavy, Stephen Meyers
Nov. 13—Robert Meachem, Charlie Baglio, J.J. McCleskey, Jerry Phillips
Nov. 20—John Dooley, D-D Breaux, Jeff Conway, Deuce McAllister, Nelson Stewart
Nov. 27—Brad Edelman, Roland Barbay, Jordy Joseph, Marcus Scott, Brandon Walters
Dec. 4—Eddie Bonine, Jay Cicero, J.T. Curtis, Kevin Steltz, Zephaniah Powell, Jonathan Foster, Jerry Phillips, Brice Brown
Dec. 11—AWARDS LUNCHEON
CHEVRON GREATER NEW ORLEANS SPORTS FOUNDATION SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
In support of local student-athletes pursuing higher education, Chevron will be the presenting sponsor of the High School Scholar Athlete of the Week award that recognizes a male and female high school senior from the Greater New Orleans area. The recipients will be recognized weekly at the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club luncheon.
The Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation Quarterback Club promotes amateur and professional sports in the Greater New Orleans area on a weekly basis. The luncheons take place every Tuesday at 12:15 pm in the The Cannery at 3803 Toulouse Street. Award winners will be invited to attend and be recognized at the luncheon.
Additionally, each recipient will be recognized on field during the 2017 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on December 17th. Finally, all winners will be invited to a Pelicans basketball game where there will be a drawing for one male and one female to receive a $5,000 scholarship.
Click here for more information and the application.
2019 AWARDS LUNCHEON: