Tony Zefiretto | The American Arena League

Tony Zefiretto | The American Arena League

Ever wondered what it’s like to run a football league? Our guest today is Tony Zefiretto, CEO of the American Arena League. In this episode, we discuss The American Arena League.  ——Previously, Tony was the GM of the Newark Bears and Wilmington Waves of Minor League Baseball where he met his business partner, Jack Bowman. Together they started the American Arena League.  The AAL is an indoor football league founded in 2017. In 2018 the AAL grew to be the largest professional arena league in the US.  Tony shares stories from his days in Minor League Baseball to his experiences running the AAL. At SportsEpreneur, we are very excited to announce that we will be helping the American Arena League with some of their marketing efforts this season!  Tony’s success in the sports world and his involvement in the community have us excited to feature him on the SportsEpreneur Podcast. 

The Game of Interviewing

The Game of Interviewing

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Why Stop When You’re Winning?

Why Stop When You’re Winning?

Why would you let the fear of losing something you don’t even have yet drive your decision process. It’s not a winning strategy. Fear is a self-fulfilling prophecy. The fear of losing becomes more of a factor in decision-making than any actual risks—and that fear philosophy causes pressure and self-doubt that distract you from dealing with the very real 400 pound…

Play the Entire Game | SportsEpreneur Content Platform

Play the Entire Game

How many times have you watched a game (any game, any sport) where a team gets behind early, struggles, and then makes a play later in the game to get back in it? Doesn’t have to be an epic comeback, just a rally after a rough start.   Think of a football game. It’s the end of the first quarter, and one team is down…