Annual Sports Breakfast with Victor CruzFormer New York Giant, Super Bowl XLVI Winner
Annual Sports Speaker Breakfast Series
Former New York Giant & Super Bowl XLVI Winner
His Journey from Paterson, New Jersey to the NFL & Beyond
Sunday, January 28, 2018
Breakfast & Registration begin at 9:00 AM
Program at 10:00 AM
Temple B’nai Abraham
All invited to attend, bring your family and friends!
- Enjoy a hot delicious breakfast cooked by Men’s Club members
- *Autograph signing opportunity
- 50/50 Raffle
*Please note: Autographs limited to 1 item per person and subject to time
Craig Kantor, Rob Stecklow, Andy Sonnenberg, Evan Mason, Scott Wolfson, Carey Gertler & Mitch Katz, Sports Breakfast Committee
Brian Altman, Men’s Club President
-TBA Members $50 per family*, $25 per adult, $15 per child under 18
-Non TBA Members $75 per family*, $50 per adult, $15 per child under 18
– All children under 8 admitted free. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Questions: email@example.com or call 973.994.2290
American football receiver Victor Cruz was born November 11, 1986, in Paterson, New Jersey. A standout high school athlete, Cruz eventually starred for the University of Massachusetts football team. After going undrafted in 2010, Cruz signed with his hometown New York Giants.
With injuries plaguing the Giants’ receivers at the start of the 2011 season, Cruz was thrust into the starting lineup. He wasted little time taking advantage of the situation. For the regular season, Cruz led the club in receptions and set a club record in receiving yards. Who can forget his week 16 play verses the NY Jets where he tied an NFL record with an explosive 99-yard touchdown catch that became a turning point for the NY Giants Championship season.
In the NFC title game against the San Francisco 49ers, Cruz caught 10 balls for 142 yards. In Super Bowl XLVI, Cruz helped steer the Giants to victory over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Cruz proved to be one of the media darlings during the Giants’ Super Bowl run. He earned particular notice for his celebrated salsa touchdown dance, which he said he did in honor of his late grandmother.
Victor played with the NY Giants through the 2016 season.
photo courtesy AP