“We are thrilled to have Theismann address attendees. More than just an exceptional athlete and sports analyst, Theismann is also an entrepreneur with insights members can apply to their own businesses,” said Carrie Gulajan, SEAA’s Events Committee Chairperson. Theismann reached the pinnacle of success as an elite NFL quarterback, with a Super Bowl victory and NFL Most Valuable Player award, but the memory that sticks with fans the most is the gruesome injury that ended his career. Theismann’s presentation will dive into his book, How to be a Champion Every Day, that will provide an inspirational guide for how to succeed on a team, in your career, and in your everyday life.
Theismann is also scheduled to attend the popular Welcome Reception and Trade Show ahead of his keynote speech on Wednesday, April 6. “Attendees will have a chance to mingle and meet with him,” said Gulajan. Concluding the convention is a special celebration in honor of the Association’s 50th Anniversary, which will be held on the USS Yorktown, a World War II aircraft carrier, located at Patriots Point. Awards will be presented to honor long-time members, past presidents, and recipients of the Person of the Year and William Davis Service award. Gala attendees will receive signed copies of Theismann’s new book, a special gift from Diamond Level Sponsor United Rentals.
Learn more about the nine education sessions, the trade show with dedicated time set aside for vendor demos, the three networking excursions, and more at SEAA.net/events. Early Bird Registration for the event ends on February 28, 2022.
About Steel Erectors Association of America
Founded in 1972, SEAA is the only national trade association representing the interests of steel erectors, fabricators, contractors, and related service providers. The association promotes safety, education and training programs for steel erector trades, including its Ironworker Craft Training curriculum. The association works in partnership with other steel construction, design, and steel product organizations to protect the interests of those who construct steel structures. Learn more at www.seaa.net.