Saturday, July 16, 2011

WPRO Announces New Racquetball Commissioner

WPRO Names Rock as New Commissioner

Maryland, USA ~ July 12, 2011 ~ The Women's Professional Racquetball Tour today announced that it has wrapped up its search for a new commissioner, and named Gigi Rock to replace outgoing Shannon Feaster in the tour's top administrative post. Known for her boldness, outspoken honesty, and no nonsense approach, Rock is President and Owner of Gigi Rock Productions, and will begin the day-to-day operations as Commissioner for the WPRO, effective July 12. Although she's not a racquetball player in her own right, Rock is a quick study, who promises a fresh, new business approach to the WPRO. "I've been in business for many years now and began my sports experience
in golf. I would have never looked for a position like this but my entire career has lead me in this direction and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to build upon the success of the WPRO and help it develop into a world-class tour and business," Rock said in a statement. I have worked for clients from Super Bowls to Olympic events - and everything in between - and will be charged with furthering the WPRO's brand. "We are confident that Gigi's proven marketing, brand management and sponsorship development skills will take the WPRO to the next level," said former commissioner Shannon Feaster, who led the tour for five seasons. "It is time for these athletes to get the recognition and compensation they deserve and for racquetball to be in the forefront of the sporting industry where it belongs."
The Rock Files:
· Name: Gigi Rock
· Age: LOL
· College: University of Lincoln Nebraska & Bellevue University
· Hometown: Born and raised in the military; married a military man; no real 'hometown'
· Residence: Arizona
· Other: Motto: Concept to Completion - Anything is Possible!! A strong leader with a motivational management style and reputation for building high class events and marketing brands. A results-oriented achiever with an excellent record of accomplishment, identifying opportunities to accelerated growth and minimizing the risk factor for the lifetime of the project.

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