17.1.06

PERSONAL REFERENCES


Jim Anderson
Vice President
CastleRock Enterprises
221 Cypress Creek Road
Severna Park 21146
(410) 562-9989
jameshra@hotmail.com

Craig Dranbauer
Alex. Brown Realty, Inc.
300 East Lombard Street
Suite 1200
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 727-4083 x 3310
craig.dranbauer@abrealty.com

Bob Eller
Senior Director of Operations
The Baltimore Ravens
Ravens Owings Mills Training Facility
1 Winning Drive
Owings Mills, MD 21117
(410) 654-6275
ellerb@ravens.nfl.com

Chris Flannery
Chief Operating Officer
Ripken Baseball Inc.
1427 Clarkview Road
Suite 100
Baltimore, MD 21209
(410) 823-7590
chris@ripkenbaseball.com

Paul Weber
Attorney
Hyatt, Peters & Weber
1919 West Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 841-6899
PWeber@Hyatt.hpwsb.com

16.1.06


My first "real" job ended with a promotion and transfer to the largest restaurant in our organization. I left the Golden Arm to become the General Manager of Hooligans, in the heart of Towson, Maryland.

Johnny Unitas's Golden Arm Restaurant was a popular attraction in Towson, Maryland for over 30 years.

I was the media director for the first "Cal Ripken World Series" held in Aberdeen, MD.

The Baltimore Ravens asked me to manage the Press level operations to insure that the needs of the media and visitors were met. We "raised the bar" in the NFL.

Former Baltimore Colt Bobby Boyd was a partner in several Towson restaurants with teammate Johnny Unitas. Hooligans was perhaps the busiest restaurant in Baltimore County during the late 1970's through the early 1980's.

Roland Park Baseball Leagues 2005 season

The Wyndhurst Improvement Association's "2004 Good Neighbor Award".

Damon Yaffee sent this letter regarding my contributions to the live play by play broadcasts of Baltimore Bayhawks lacrosse.