NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The lineup is set and tickets are available for the 12th annual “Talk with the Titans” Dinners that benefit the Charles Davis Foundation and inner-city youth.
The dinners are scheduled for July 22, 23 and 24 at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel and again will be hosted by Houston Chronicle sports writer John McClain and George Plaster.
The entertaining evenings will include behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes. Each night begins with a reception and photo opportunities with guest participants at 6 p.m. and is followed by dinner at 7 p.m. An auction of Titans memorabilia is also scheduled.
Titans past, present and future will be topics of conversation. Former Titans and current St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher will speak on July 22 during “Jeff Fisher Returns” night. Fisher has participated every year of the event.
Second-year offensive coordinator Chris Palmer and 2012 NFL Draft first-round pick
Mike Munchak, second-year head coach of the Titans and Pro Football Hall of Fame member, and Titans general manager Ruston Webster will be the featured guests on “The Playoffs Start Here” evening on July 24.
Tickets are $250 per person, eight-person tables are available for $2,000, and 10-person tables are available for $2,500 per night. Two-night tickets are available for $400 per person, and a ticket for all three evenings is $600 per person.
Location: Loews Vanderbilt (free parking in the Loews Garage)
Reception & Pictures: 6 p.m.
Dinner: 7 p.m.
Cost: One-night ticket: $250 per person; Two-night ticket: $400 per person; Three-night ticket: $600 per person
Tables: $2,000 for an eight-person table per night; $2,500 for a 10-person table per night
About the Charles Davis Foundation
The Charles Davis Foundation offers inner-city youth positive role models, programs, activities, resources and opportunities that build character and self-esteem. Its mission is to empower inner-city youth and families to reach their full potential through positive, educational, athletic, cultural and economic development. CDF was founded in 1982 by Charles Davis as a fulfillment of a childhood promise to God. Davis vowed that if he "got out" of the Tony Sudekum/University Court “projects” that he would come back to help others. Remaining true to this vow, the Charles Davis Foundation has been providing programs to fulfill its mission. Through its programs, the foundation achieves its mission, serving approximately 1,200 youth per year.