2013 Highlight Reel
Les Snead, the General Manager of the St. Louis Rams will join Kara on stage for the 2014 World's Greatest Sports Trivia Championship and serve as an Honorary Chair. After spending nearly two decades playing a key role in helping two different franchises become perennial playoff contenders, Les Snead was named Rams general manager on February 14, 2012. In his role as general manager, Snead oversees the club's personnel department and scouting efforts while partnering with Head Coach Jeff Fisher to direct all personnel decisions for the club. In addition, Snead coordinates all aspects of the club's football operations with the head coach.
John Mozeliak, Vice President and General Manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, will serve as an Honorary Chair for the 2014 World's Greatest Sports Trivia Championship. Mozeliak joined the Cardinals organization in 1995 as an assistant in scouting operations. In 1999 he had worked his way up to Scouting Director, where in his two years at the position he helped find and draft Albert Pujols and Yadier Molina, before being promoted to Director of Baseball Operations in 2001, Assistant General Manager in 2003, and finally General Manager in 2007. As General Manager, Mozeliak is responsible for baseball operations personnel for the St. Louis Cardinals and their affiliate organizations.
Doug Armstrong, President of Hockey Operations and General Manager of the St. Louis Blues, joins the World's Greatest Sports Trivia Championship 2014 as an Honorary Chair for the event. After 17 years with the Dallas Stars, a tenure that included a Stanley Cup Championship, Doug joined the Blues organization in 2008, and was named General Manager July 1, 2010. Armstrong oversees all aspects of player acquisition and development for the St. Louis Blues, and works with Head Coach Ken Hitchcock on personnel decisions. In addition, Armstrong works as a member of the management team for Hockey Canada, and is responsible for helping select Canadian National Teams for the Olympics and World Championships.
Kara Henderson Snead — national TV sports anchor/reporter — has joined the World's Greatest Sports Trivia Championship as its 2014 host! For more than a decade, Kara has covered all major sports and numerous major sporting events, including ten Super Bowls. She spent the last nine years of her career as one of the top talents at NFL Network, where she was co-anchor of NFL Total Access and one of NFL Network's senior correspondents, covering all 32 teams and the top stories around the league. Kara also spent three years as a CNN sports anchor, covering everything from the MLB playoffs to the Kentucky Derby. (And if her last name sounds familiar, she recently married St. Louis Rams General Manager Les Snead!)
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Contestants who purchased a Gold Sponsor VIP table will receive complimentary valet parking at the entrance to Rams Park. For those who purchased a Standard table, complimentary parking will be available on the Rams Park parking lot and other surrounding lots. Please drink responsibly and use a designated driver.
A Gold Sponsor VIP Table includes access to the pre-game VIP Party with food and drink. Complimentary food from local restaurants and unlimited beer and soda will be provided during the contest. A Contest Table includes access to the pre-game Tailgate Party with food and drink. Complimentary food from local restaurants and unlimited beer and soda will be provided during the contest.
We would not be able to pull off the World's Greatest Sports Trivia Championship without our amazing volunteers! We are in need of volunteers to help with set up, food and beverage, sales and tear down. If you are interested in volunteering for this fun event, please fill out the volunteer registration form below. If you have any questions about Sports Trivia volunteer opportunities, please contact Katie Bixler at 314-802-0681 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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