Dwight Clark Playing For Another Champion

 

Cupertino, California – (July 10, 2012) – Intero Real Estate Services, Inc. is proud to announce the addition of local legend Dwight Clark, former all-pro wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers.  Clark and his 49er teammates shocked the world in the 1982 NFC Championship game with a 28-27 win over the Dallas Cowboys.  The decisive play in a thrilling finish was Clark’s amazing, leaping grab in the back of the end zone of a Joe Montana pass with only 51 seconds left in the game. Dubbed “The Catch”, Clark’s touchdown sent the 49ers to their first Super Bowl and launched an NFL dynasty.

Clark was a star in the 49ers’ innovative and high-powered “West Coast” offense, an attack, which ultimately revolutionized the offensive approach of the entire league.  He earned two Super Bowl rings as a player and three in management for a total of five Super Bowl rings during an era when his 49ers were known as the “Team of the Decade”.

No stranger to innovation and championship organizations, Mr. Clark now joins the Intero team as an athlete endorser.  He will focus on building business relationships and expanding the Intero brand.  “It’s exciting to see him take some of the experiences from being around leaders like Ed DeBartolo, Bill Walsh, Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, and Jerry Rice––considered by many to be among the top all-time greats in their respective positions––and weave that into the real estate world,” said Gino Blefari, Intero President and CEO, of Dwight’s alignment with Intero.  He continued, “The first time we met, there was instant chemistry.”

Although Dwight is best known as a champion of football, he is an invaluable team player bound to catch Intero a brighter future.  Dwight Clark and Intero; two names you can trust.

Check out Dwight Clark’s website and relive “The Catch” at www.rememberthecatch.com

 

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