Boys Town (www.Boystown.org) has announced singer/songwriter and former NFL player Zach Miller will be the featured speaker at this year’s Boys Town Booster Banquet. After a successful NFL career ended by a serious injury, Miller chased a new dream recording country music in Omaha. From performing live in local venues, to now climbing the ladder opening for famous artists like Brantley Gilbert, Chase Rice, Randy Houser and Jon Langston.
“We are honored to have Zach share his inspirational story on how he overcame a career-ending injury to chase a new dream. His philosophy to have a positive outlook on life, and the persistence to never give up will inspire the young individuals at Boys Town to remain unstoppable,” said Boys Town President and National Executive Director Father Steven Boes.
The Booster Banquet, which benefits and honors Boys Town student athletes will be held on May 2 at the Embassy Suites Windsor Ballroom, in La Vista.
The event is open to the public. Tickets are $120 each or tables of ten can be purchased for $1,250.
For more than 100 years, Boys Town has been a beacon of hope for America’s children and families through its life-changing youth care and healthcare programs. Each year over 500,000 improves the lives of those in need and provides care and support for at-risk children and families across the country. They do this through their Medical Specialties, Youth Services and Crises Hotline. You can find more information about Boys Town online at www.Boystown.org.