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ESP Joins in Super Bowl celebration and Festivities

(Sunday, February 03, 2008. Glendale, AZ)

ESP President Everett Glenn and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones connect at the NFL's VIP Party in Tempe, AZ

ESP's Everett Glenn, Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, and super agent Leigh Steinberg agree to enjoy the festivities at Leigh's 22nd annual Super Bowl Party at the Botanical Gardens outside Phoenix, AZ

ESP President Everett Glenn joined Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, NFL Hall-of-Fame quarterbacks Warren Moon and Steve Young, Best Damn Sports Show's John Salley, Amen's Clifton Davis and a host of NFL executives, players, celebrities, and personalities at Super Bowl XLII in Glendale, AZ.

The weekend's events included parties hosted by Hugh Hefner, Tank, Floyd Mayweather, Marvel Smith, Leigh Steinberg, the NFLPA, and the 17th annual NFL EXPERIENCE BUILT BY THE HOME DEPOT adjacent to UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX STADIUM. The NFL Experience is the most exciting continuous event surrounding Super Bowl XLII -- pro football's interactive theme park offering participatory games, displays, entertainment attractions, kids' clinics, free autograph sessions and the largest football card show ever.


The highlight of the weekend was the 10th Annual Gridiron Charity Basketball game. Hosted by Juli Wyatt and Jam Sports & Entertainment, the game is the first and only celebrity NFL-sanctioned celebrity basketball game to be held annually at the Super Bowl making Jam Sports & Entertainment one of the first minority-owned businesses to form a strategic alliance with the NFL. The game, which was played before a packed house at the Wells Fargo Arena on the campus of Arizona State University, brought together stars of radio, television and the music industry including ESP's own Robert Gustavis, 2008 draft prospect from Arizona State University, NFL stars Terrell Owens, Darnell Dockett, Sean Springs, Marlon Jackson, Joey Porter, Ovie Mughelli, former star Andre Hastings, Street Ball all-stars Andre "Silk" Poole, Brian "X-Rated" Miller, Sante "757" Gayle, Myron "Airborne" Howe and David "Dr. Dunkenstein" Bailey, Grammy-nominated R&B sensation Tank, and 5-time Grammy-award winner Ne Yo, who thrilled the packed house with a halftime show from the pages of James Brown, Michael Jackson and Usher.

EESP's Everett Glenn and the first Black quarterback to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame, Warren Moon, share a moment in the sun of the Southwest during the Super Bowl festivities.

ESP's Everett Glenn and R&B sensation and Grammy-nominated soulster Tank connect in the tunnel before Tank took the floor to lead the NFC to victory in the 10th Annual Celebrity Gridiron Basketball Classic on the campus of Arizona State University

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Photos by Jeff Lewis Photography