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Brent Celek

Brent Celek, a former American football tight end, notably played his entire 11-year professional career with the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL. A University of Cincinnati alumnus, Celek entered the NFL after being selected by the Eagles in the 2007 NFL Draft’s fifth round. His career culminated in a significant achievement when he contributed to the Eagles’ victory in Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots during the 2017 season, after which he retired.

Beyond the gridiron, Celek’s contributions to society are commendable. He established the Take Flight Foundation in 2010, aimed at supporting children’s hospitals and medical research in Philadelphia. His entrepreneurial spirit led him to co-found Prime Stache with Jillian DiIorio, a restaurant based in Philadelphia’s Old City, which they opened in 2013.

In 2013, Celek expanded his philanthropic and business ventures by partnering with Jillian DiIorio to launch REVISIT. This venture focuses on supporting America’s National Parks, encouraging people to explore and appreciate these natural treasures. Additionally, Celek is actively engaged in real estate and startup investments, showcasing his diverse interests and business acumen.