- Inspiration for Disney's "Invincible"
- Oldest Rookie in the History of the NFL
- Philadelphia Eagles WR (1976-1979)
The year of 1976 was a time when Philadelphia fans were buried in 11 years of defeat, when Americans were battling the lingering effects of Watergate, the Vietnam War, and a sweeping energy crisis. Ordinary people appeared badly in need of a champion from their ranks, and this local schoolteacher/coach answered their call. Vince Papale did the unthinkable and took on an ... VIEW MORE
Health & Wellness: From Invisible to Invincible
One of the biggest hits Vince took was when he found out he had colon cancer. Now “green and clean,” he raptures ... View More
Higher Learning & Education: Educate Yourself Into the Endzone
The untold story in Invincible is that Vince was a full-time teacher and coach at his high school alma mater, working ... View More
Leadership: The “Papale Playbook”
In Vince’s energetic, enthusiastic, and passionate style, listeners get glimpses of what it took to go from a season ... View More
Motivation: Hold Fast to Dreams
Going from being called a loser with no pedigree and no college football experience to Captain of an NFL Team is the ... View More
- Vince Papale brings an enthusiasm, passion and energy to each and every crowd we’ve presented him to. His story is both inspirational and motivational and leaves every group he speaks with uplifted. We are proud to be working with Vince!
- Mollie Plotkin & Ellen Barkann - The Philadelphia Sports Group
- You made a difference to the entire VMS family. It is because of people like you that our schools are successful. As Principal of VMS, I am extremely proud to work with such wonderful people in our community. You help put the pride in “Viking Pride.”
- Diane Young - Principle, Voorhees Middle School - New Jersey
- Thank you so much for your donation. It was a big hit!!! We raised over $10,000 today, all of which will go directly to help 5 children with pediatric brain cancer and their families. My cousin and her husband were so grateful for your generous support.
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