Dynasty Notes will take you through the development of Dynasty Athlete Representation, LLC. If you have not yet read Dynasty Notes – Part 10, go ahead and read it. Enjoy Dynasty Notes – Part 11.
Since the last edition of Dynasty Notes, the company has signed both of its baseball clients to deals with Professional Independent Baseball squads. Dan Leatherman is a Winnipeg Goldeye and Gerard Haran is a Newark Bear. Dan was recruited hard by the Goldeyes; Gerard had to prove himself in an open tryout and then Spring Training before he was finally added to the roster. Gerard has already made his presence known, though, going 1-4 with an RBI in the third game of the Bears’ young season (his first game active). In fact, one of his hits was inches shy of leaving the park. We are very excited about our two young clients and hope to be adding a few more in the near future. Dan may not be with the Goldeyes for long. We are already negotiating a potential deal to get him back into the MLB system.
Dynasty has also added an Entertainment division in the past month. Lauren Stevens has received a bunch of press since joining the team. We have positioned her in many online magazines, including AskMen.com, and even had her featured in SI On Campus. Her latest spread is over at a blog called Busted Coverage, which got another link in from SI On Campus today!
How about them bowlers? Talk what you want, but Dynasty is definitely making a name for itself in the bowling world. Bruce has been hard at work trying to make this division very respectable. Dynasty recently signed yet another all-star bowling client. We proudly welcome Danny Wiseman to the Dynasty family.
In the last Dynasty Notes, I mentioned that Dynasty’s Football Division will not be established until 2009. That plan has not changed. That being said, this summer will be vital in talking to potential members of Dynasty’s first NFL Draft Class. Dynasty’s Summer Internship Class will have a lot of work ahead of them, but they have the opportunity to be part of something special.
Till next time..