Promotions

Garo Yepremian was frequently seen in his iconic “#1” jersey in various highlight videos of his playing career, frequently showcased during features on NFL Network, ESPN, NBC, FOX, CBS and others.

Garo was featured in nationwide promotional campaigns for Nicorette Orange Gum during the NCAA Orange Bowl, and for Sprint PCS during Super Bowl XXXII.

Television Appearances
Starred in numerous national commercials (Reebok, Right Guard, Miller Lite), and several local commercials.

Reebok “Perfectville” Commercial:

Commentator for ESPN, NBC, CBS, and FOX NFL pregame shows

Frequent guest on NBC’s “Today” Show, “The Mike Douglas Show”, and “The Don Shula Show”

Guest appearances on Comcast SportsNet and Miami/Philadelphia local sports segments

Guest star in “The Odd Couple” sitcom, with Tony Randall and Jack Klugman

Appearances on “The Bob Hope Show” doing stand-up comedy and performances on stage

Color analyst for Ft. Lauderdale Strikers NASL pro soccer team

Sports consultant and on-air personality for WPLG-Channel 10 Miami

Talk Show Host, “The Live Show,” a 30-minute daily talk show on WGAL-NBC, Pennsylvania

Hosted weekly football prediction show for NBC TV

Movie Appearance
“The Paper Lion,” 1968

Radio Appearances
ESPN Radio, 560 WQAM Sports Radio (Miami), 94WIP and 97.5 “The Fan” Sports Radio (Philadelphia), and numerous Sirius/XM satellite radio stations

Hosted WIOD Miami two-hour weekly sports talk show

Hosted WGBS Miami five-minute drive time daily sports talk show

Co-Author of Two Books
The Win-Win Book, a motivational tool for audiences of all ages

Tales from the Miami Dolphins, Garo’s unique and humorous perspective of life with the Dolphins

Charitable Work
Garo spent a major portion of his time raising funds for brain tumor and brain cancer research through The Garo Yepremian Foundation. He also spent time helping charities such as Susan G. Komen, Duke Children’s Hospital, Special Olympics, Wounded Warriors, and many more.

In 2002, Garo spent Super Bowl Sunday in Bosnia, entertaining US peacekeeping troops.

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