Wecando Print has partnered again, this time with Howard Davis, Jr. and his Fight Time Promotions MMA events.“It’s a pleasure to be able to forge a relationship with Wecando Print through our Professional MMA shows,” said Howard Davis Jr., 1976 Boxing Olympic Gold Medalist & CEO of Fight Time Promotions. “Wecando Print has continuously worked with the top organizations in South Florida and we’re looking forward to a fruitful partnership in 2014 with Fight Time Promotions.”
Tom Letourneau, Wecando Print’s President commented, “Wecando Print started in 2003 with American Top Team and Absolute Fighting Championships as some of our first clients. I am a huge fan, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Brown Belt and a previous owner ATT Fort Lauderdale with Rafael Dias. Fight Time Promotions allows us to share this passion with our clients as we have been entertaining clients at the fights for the last year and when Howard offered us the opportunity, we decided we would get more involved. Howard and Karla have done an excellent job of entertaining us, introducing us to other business contacts and now bringing us in as a sponsor.”
Wecando Print is a full service branding company that can put your logo on almost anything. Established in 2003, They specialize in printing, promotional products, embroidery, screen printing, banners, fulfillment services, internet marketing services and company stores. Wecando Print is headquartered in Broward County, but imports and exports products all over the World.
Wecando Print can be reached at:
Wecando Print, 33 NE 2nd Street, Second Floor, Fort Lauderdale FL, 33301
About Fight Time Promotions
Fight Time Promotions, LLC is a full service professional sports entertainment company founded by 1976 Olympic Boxing Gold Medalist – Howard Davis Jr. and his wife and former Journalist – Karla Guadamuz-Davis. This family-owned business continues to strive to make a difference in the industry through integrity, consistency and uniqueness. In 2011, Fight Time Promotions held more shows than any other fight promoter in the State of Florida (boxing or MMA). Fight Time Promotions’ PRO MMA fights are featured in millions of television households through CSS (Comcast Sports SE & HBO Plus). The “Fight Time” series take place in South Florida from the historic War Memorial Auditorium in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Fight Time Promotions provides fans with action-packed MMA professional fights and is geared toward fans, who want to see live action and support Mixed Martial Arts. “It’s Fight Time!” For Sponsorship or Investment Opportunities, please contact us at: 954-443-6792 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.fighttimepromotions.com
Wecando Print is a full service branding company established in 2003. They specialize in printing, promotional products, embroidery, screen printing, banners, fulfillment services and company stores. Wecando Print is headquartered in Broward County, but imports and exports products all over the World.
Nick Mandich, COO of the Dolphins Touchdown Club says, “Wecando Print attended our luncheon a couple times, with guests from several other companies each time, and then joined us in Tampa for the Monday Night Football game, Dolphins vs. Buccaneers. We saw that there was a great fit between our organizations. We are looking forward to building equally strong relationships with Wecando’s other clients and partners as well.”
Tom Letourneau, Wecando Print’s President commented, “Our relationship with the Miami Dolphins has been a great success right from the start. All aspects of our relationship with the Dolphin’s Organization; entertaining existing clients in our suite, sharing the Dolphins Business Alliance experience with clients and new prospects and participating in the Dolphins Cycling Challenge have been personally and professionally successful. That coupled with the great business contacts and friends we have made through these experiences drove us to want to become a stronger member of the Dolphin’s family.
When the Dolphins Business Alliance Director, Patrick Sullivan, suggested we meet Nick and see what the Touchdown Club was like, we knew instantly that it would be just as beneficial as the rest of the Dolphins experiences and we are not disappointed.
We love the lunches and the chance to meet childhood heroes like Bob Greise, Don Shula, Mercury Morris, Kim Bokamper, Joe Rose and more. The Monday Night Game was a great networking event and a great time in spite of the final score. We are looking forward to participating in the fishing and golf tournaments and other Miami Dolphin Touchdown Club sponsored events. I really want to thank Patrick Sullivan for showing us the way to the Dolphins Touchdown Club and thank you, Nick Mandich, for being such a welcoming host.”
Wecando Print is a full service branding company that can put your logo on almost anything. Wecando Print can be reached at:
Wecando Print, 33 NE 2nd Street, Second Floor, Fort Lauderdale FL, 33301
Miami Dolphins Touchdown Club is a social networking group that holds weekly luncheons with past and present Miami Dolphins players, broadcasters, coaches and celebrities close to the Dolphins organization. The Miami Dolphins Touchdown Club can be reached via C.O.O., Nick Mandich:
Miami Dolphins Touchdown Club
Touchdown Club meets every week during the NFL season at Bokampers Bar & Grill in Miramar Florida.
Soccer Industry Veteran Tom Mulroy Named Team President with Tim Robbie Turning Focus to Team Personnel and Stadium Development
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Dec. 4, 2012) – Traffic Sports, the ownership group of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, has appointed Tim Robbie to the position of Managing Director of Team Personnel and Stadium Development with the task of securing a long-term home at a soccer-specific stadium in South Florida. Assuming the position of Team President will be Tom Mulroy, an industry veteran with ties to the South Florida soccer community reaching back more than 35 years.
“The success of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers requires a facility which enables the team to give the fans, sponsors and media the experience they expect in professional sports today,” said Aaron Davidson, President of Traffic Sports USA. “With the growth of the NASL and the majority of teams building, planning or recently completing expansions or renovations, adding Tom [Mulroy] to allow Tim [Robbie] to focus on this crucial phase was a natural and necessary step to ensure the Strikers achieve this goal.”
“Traffic Sports has given me a mandate to seek a permanent, first class home for the Strikers,” said Tim Robbie. “Our top priority is to work with the city of Fort Lauderdale to renovate Lockhart Stadium as part of the overall development of the area. However, we are prepared to explore any and all options for a new soccer facility in the South Florida area. Given the numerous meetings and conversations I have had on the matter, I am optimistic our efforts to find a worthy, long-term home for the Strikers will be successful.”
“It’s an honor to serve as the president of one of the most historic soccer franchises in America,” said Tom Mulroy. “It’s very exciting to become president of the club with the growth of the NASL and to have the opportunity to work side by side with Tim Robbie to fulfill this commitment of establishing a permanent home stadium for the Strikers. I am thrilled to be part of it all.”
Robbie has served as president of the Strikers since 2011, when the team tripled its average attendance from the previous year and ended the season as runners-up in the NASL Championship Series. In 1987, Robbie’s father, Joe Robbie, secured 115 million dollars in private financing to build the current home of the Miami Dolphins, Sun Life Stadium. Tim Robbie served as President of the Miami Dolphins from 1990-94 and will bring that experience to his new position within the Strikers organization.
Tom Mulroy has been with Traffic Sports since 2009 when he was hired to lead its grassroots and sponsorship activation division. This included Traffic assuming joint ownership of Copa Latina and Fiesta Cup, two of the leading Hispanic soccer tournaments in the country, which Mulroy founded more than 20 years ago.
Mulroy has been actively involved in Traffic’s efforts to grow the NASL and Strikers. As team president, Mulroy will assume the overall responsibilities for the club on and off the field. Mulroy is known as “Soccer Tom” in United States and international soccer circles due to his participation in soccer at all levels throughout his career. Mulroy has been a South Florida community soccer leader for the last 25 years highlighted in part by serving as a member of the 1996 Olympic Soccer Games Executive Committee, organizing the Ball Run for the 1996 Olympics soccer tournament and serving on the Miami 2018–2022 World Cup Bid Committee.
“The combination of Tim Robbie and Tom Mulroy leading the Strikers gives us one of the most experienced soccer management teams in the country,” said Davidson. “Their experience and love for South Florida, the Strikers and the sport of soccer makes them the ideal team to take the Fort Lauderdale Strikers to the next level.” Both Tom Mulroy and Tim Robbie will be available for individual media interviews today. Please contact Ken Mendonca, email@example.com or 954-547-7567, to schedule a time. 2013 Strikers season tickets are now on sale. Contact the Strikers ticket office by calling (954) 606-0400 or by going to www.strikers.com. Follow the Strikers on Facebook and twitter @FTLStrikers.
ABOUT THE FORT LAUDERDALE STRIKERS
The Fort Lauderdale Strikers, South Florida’s only professional men’s soccer team, will begin their eighth season in 2013. The Strikers have been a part of the North American Soccer League [NASL] since the 2011 season. The team is owned by Traffic Sports USA, the North American subsidiary of The Traffic Group, the leading soccer event management company in the Americas, with headquarters in Brazil, and offices in the U.S. and Europe. The organization is committed to the advancement of soccer in South Florida at the youth, amateur and professional levels. The Strikers web site is located at http://www.strikers.com.