OTA Sells Franchise #14 (Philadelphia)
Overtime Athletics is excited to announce we have sold our 14th Franchise to Brandon Bozek. Brandon grew up in Auburn, NY located in the Finger Lakes region. He’s been an avid NY Yankees and Derek Jeter fan since he could walk and began playing baseball at the small age of 3. In 2011, he went on to study Sports Management at Ithaca College. While there he played baseball for two years and worked for various programs such as IMG at Syracuse University, Ithaca College Men’s Soccer, and in the intramural sports department. Throughout college he helped organize several events, his biggest one being “Battleship,” which helped raise money for the American Heart Association. It was also at Ithaca where Brandon met his future wife Jill, someone who shares the same amount of passion for fitness and sports. After graduating in 2015, Brandon moved to Norwalk, Connecticut to work two summer seasons for Headfirst Professional Sports Camps specifically for the New York Yankees. It was always a dream for him to play for the New York Yankees, but this was a great second option. He focused on teaching kids the fundamentals of baseball, as well as life lessons they could carry with them on and off the field. Brandon wanted a more full time role in the sports industry, so in January of 2017, he joined the SONO Field House as a site manager. His role was to assist customers in registering for programs and clinics, booking field space, organizing and managing adult leagues, and maintaining the professional appearance of the Field House. In March 2018, he joined Overtime Athletics as a part-time program director for the Westchester and Fairfield County areas. Brandon is excited to move in with his fiancé and relaunch Overtime Athletics in the Philadelphia region.