A Dynamic Personality For Your Next Event!
For eight years Preston was a
top-rated National Football League wide receiver.
He has been featured in Sports Illustrated, Pro, and
other numerous magazines. Preston has proven his athletic
talents professionally as an outstanding veteran with
the Los Angeles Rams, Buffalo Bills, and the Green
Bay Packers. He was named Most Outstanding Receiver
and twice nominated "N.F.L. Man of the Year."
Preston is a technician. He's exciting! He's literally
"Poetry in Motion!"
Preston was one of the star receivers in the 1980
Super Bowl, and has participated in ABC's Super Teams.
Preston was honored with a Preston Dennard Day and
the Key to the City of Tempe, Arizona, where he grew
up. Anyone who has seen Preston's warm, "I've
got an idea" smile and dancing eyes, knows that
his aspirations go far beyond athletics.
Preston, an inductee in the New Mexico Hall of Honor
in 2000 and the Albuquerque Sports Hall of Fame in
2002, has authored a book of poetry that exposes the
sensitive part of him, a communicator, and sports
broadcaster who is on his way to the top of the communications
field with a strong interest in sports announcing.
No matter what Preston undertakes, fans can be sure
that he'll be the best. He just happens to be one
of those inexhaustible people who does everything
"Preston has excelled off the field, as a distinguished
broadcaster, speaker with a tremendous personality and a heart just
as big. You are a winner!"
Pete V. Domenici, United States Senator (N.M)
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NFL Alumni/NFLPA - Member
Special Olympics New Mexico
Big Brothers / Big Sisters
Muscular Dystrophy Association
Project Safe Place, Spokesperson
Preston Dennard's Kids Against Drugs
Quality New Mexico
Govenor's Council on Physical Fitness & Health
Rio Rancho Sports Advisory Council
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UNM Alumni Association
Character Counts Leadership Council
APS Sports Fund Foundation (President)
Wells Fargo Leadership Council
Helping Hands Foundation
Sickle Cell Council of New Mexico