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V ince Papale and Dennis Franks have seen their fair share of adversity. From being told they'd never make it in NFL to making the tough transition to the business world, the odds have seldom been in their favor. And yet, despite these challenges, Vince and Dennis have managed to meet their goals and get their last laugh. The answer is simple: The Victor's Code.
The Victor's Code is the tool that has driven the achievement of elite athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, authors, actors, and influencers from across the professional space. It's the force that took two underdogs to the top of their game, both on the football field and in the boardroom. Grab the book and take your seat at the table with Vince, Dennis, and their star-studded hall of fame. What you'll achieve will astound you.
Vision To Victory
"Vince Papale and Denny Franks give new meaning to the term "special teams". Their against-all-odds story of life in the NFL and after will inspire you."
"Like many of us who dare to rise above life's challenges, after reading Dennis and Vince's powerful story, it's easy to see how an unstoppable dream and fearless courage met 'victory'; The Last Laugh is full of energy, ideas, and inspiration. It's a winning formula for a brilliant life!"
Dennis Franks is the Executive Vice President (and part owner) of Market America, Inc., and a top earner in the network marketing industry. He played football for the University of Michigan, where he was an All-Big Ten and second team All-American, and went on to play for the Philadelphia Eagles and the Detroit Lions. Dennis and his wife, Nancy, have two lovely daughters, Lauren and Katie, and a granddaughter, Izzy.
Vince Papale is one of the top motivational speakers in the country, inspiring people across the nation with the story of an underdog who made good. Vince is the subject of the Disney movie, Invincible (2006), the story of his journey from being a thirty year-old teacher who’d never played a down of college ball to a key part of the Philadelphia Eagles squad. On the field as special teams captain, he and Dennis helped break the Eagles’ eleven-year losing streak. Years later, he won another crucial victory and survived cancer. He is married to world class gymnast Janet Papale and is the father of two children, Vince Jr. and Gabriella.