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KC Chiefs team mascot to speak at Dordt College April 20

April 19, 2010

K.C. Wolf

K.C. Wolf, the official mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs, will make an appearance at Dordt College on Tuesday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the B.J. Haan Auditorium.

Dan Meers is the man behind the costume, and he averages more than 150 speaking engagements each year throughout the United States. Meers’ enthusiasm, optimism, and sense of humor have made him a popular motivational speaker. He shares with audiences a testimony of God’s love and the joy of having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Dan began his career as a mascot while attending the University of Missouri, where he was the Truman Tiger. He was chosen as the nation’s #1 college mascot at the 1989 National Collegiate Mascot Championships.

After graduating from college with honors, Dan was hired as Fredbird, the mascot for the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. After only one season, he was offered a job in professional football as the official mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs. He has now been in the NFL for 20 years.

Whether you are a Kansas City Chiefs fan or not, you’ll enjoy Dan Meers as he shares his unique wit and wisdom about life. Audiences walk away with a smile and renewed spirit to live life in the way God intended.

The public is cordially invited to attend this event at Dordt College.

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