An Evening with Tony Dungy
Celebrate with The Salvation Army of Memphis & The Mid-South as we welcome special guest, Tony Dungy to the Peabody Hotel to reflect on 120 years in Memphis and meeting human needs in His name without discrimination.
Tony Dungy, a former NFL defensive back, advanced through the coaching ranks following his playing career. He earned his first head coaching position in 1996 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and over the next 13 seasons, that included seven years with the Indianapolis Colts. He racked up 148 total victories and Super Bowl XLI victory in 2006, becoming the first African American head coach ever to win a Super Bowl.
Dungy’s overall record as a NFL head coach was 148-79-0 and that includes a .668 winning percentage in the regular season (139-69-0).
Since stepping down as head coach of the Colts, Dungy has worked as an analyst for NBC's "Football Night in America." In addition, Dungy, a committed Christian, has remained active in a number of charitable causes, including Big Brothers and Big Sisters and the Prison Crusade Ministry.
- VIP Reception: 5:00pm - 6:00pm
- Dinner: 6:15pm - 8:00pm