Mar 18, 2011 at 01:59 PM
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Ahead Of The Curve: Brent Schoeb

Photobucket Today's Featured Member:

Brent Schoeb, San Francisco 49ers
SponsorPitch Profile: Link

Years in the biz:

5 years at the professional sports level, handful of years spent with other sports teams.

How did you get started in it?

Passionate for professional sports and business. Back when I had a full head of hair I was “barnstorming” for the St. Cloud River Bats, a summer collegiate baseball team followed by stints in the MLB and NBA prior to landing with a NFL team.

How many deals have you done?

50+ fully integrated marketing partnerships between the San Francisco 49ers and Memphis Grizzlies with national and international brands.

What is your most effective sales tactic?

Building relationships and effectively matching brand objectives with creative marketing solutions (i.e. Grizzlies Grannies and Grandpas presented by AARP!).

How did you first hear about SponsorPitch?

Through a colleague in the sports industry.

Why did you join SponsorPitch?

It is on pace to become the pulse of the sports sponsorship world. Who doesn’t want to connect with counterparts in the sports sponsorship industry and have legitimate decision-makers at your fingertips?

If you could say anything about the industry, what would it be?

Stealing the Memphis Grizzlies motto, the industry loves to “Live, Work and Play as Champions.”

Photobucket Connect with Brent Schoeb:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 408.986.4897

Twitter: N/A


Note on Ahead of the Curve Interview Series

Ahead of the Curve is a regular interview series featuring professional members of SponsorPitch, a peer-based social research and networking site for sponsorship professionals. If you'd like to be featured, become an active member of the SponsorPitch community. To learn more about our service and what it can offer you, get in touch with a member featured in the Ahead of the Curve interview series.

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