Pro Football Hall of Fame

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame

Canton, Ohio

Open to the public in 1963, the Pro Football Hall of Fame is an internationally recognized landmark and a fantastic location for events large and small. Both men and women will enjoy being surrounded by football tradition! The Hall of Fame can accommodate up to 200 guests indoors, and up to 400 guests using the tents outdoors.

Hall of Fame Inductions

Each year the Pro Football Hall of Fame honors four to seven men who are the finest the game of football has produced. New Enshrinees are announced around the time of the Super Bowl and honored at the Hall of Fame Festival in August each year. Over the past few years, Robert J. – Events & Catering has been honored to serve these men and their guests at their official Induction Celebrations.

Because of the scope of the Hall of Fame, all menus prepared there are customized for each client. You can view sample menus here.

Robert J. – Events & Catering has been selected to cater multiple Induction Parties over the past several years. These include:


  • Chris Doleman, Minnesota Vikings
  • Cortez Kennedy, Seattle Seahawks
  • Willie Roaf, New Orleans Saints
  • Jack Butler, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Dermontti Dawson, Pittsburgh Steelers (staffing only)


  • Deion Sanders, Atlanta Falcons
  • Richard Dent, Chicago Bears
  • Marshall Faulk, St. Louis Rams
  • Chris Hanburger, Washington Redskins
  • Shannon Sharpe, Denver Broncos
  • Les Richter, St. Louis Rams
  • Ed Sabol, NFL Films


  • Dick LeBeau, Detroit Lions
  • John Randle, Minnesota Vikings
  • Rickey Jackson, New Orleans Saints
  • Russ Grimm, Washington Redskins


  • Ralph Wilson Jr., Owner of the Buffalo Bills
  • Bruce Smith, Buffalo Bills
  • Randall McDaniel, Minnesota Vikings
  • Rod Woodson, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Derrick Thomas, Kansas City Chiefs


  • Andre Tippett, New England Patriots
  • Emmitt Thomas, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Gary Zimmerman, Denver Broncos
  • Fred Dean, San Francisco 49ers


  • Harry Carson, New York Giants