BRAM REYNOLDS

BRAM REYNOLDS

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Serving as the Victory Sports Complex Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Reynolds will play an instrumental role within the executive management level of the Victory Sports Complex. Reynolds will lead efforts to promote company mission and vision, champion company culture, develop standardized practices and reinforce customer service as top priority. As CEO, Reynolds, will be a driving force to ensure the success of the organization’s business strategy, financial environment and commitment to community. Reynolds’ responsibility and commitment to strengthening the organization and its mission shall extend, not only, throughout all facets of the internal-business structure of executive leadership and middle-management, but strategically align our vision among local, regional and national businesses and organizations to help develop relationships and promote the Victory Sports brand and business offerings.

As a 10-year progressive Executive in the sports and entertainment public venue management industry, Reynolds established himself as a leader in the business. Reynolds established a track-record for delivering industry-leading management services associated with the crowd-jewel, large-scale sporting events, including, the MLB World Series and all MLB Post-Season Series, MLB Championship parade, premier Concert events, National Hockey League’s 2012 Winter Classic, Super Bowl XLII. Considering the level of expertise which Reynolds offers from his time as a professional sports venue manager, he will take the lead-role within Victory Sports to oversee the physical plant, consultation on design, construction liaison, key-executive overseeing building maintenance and facility efficiency, Facility Budgeting, Facility Emergency Management, Facility Evacuation planning and Capital Improvements.

Reynolds, holds a Masters of Education degree from Temple University’s Fox School of Business: Tourism and Hospitality Management and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, where he participated as a four-year member of the Men’s Division I Basketball team.

Reynolds attained several noteworthy achievements while attending Princeton High School (Princeton, NJ). As a Senior, Reynolds became Mercer County’s All-Time leading scorer (boys basketball), was named to the 1st Team All-State and 1st Team All-County Teams, respectively. Reynolds was a member of the three-time Central Jersey Group II championship boys basketball team. In 2004, Reynolds was inducted into the Princeton High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

Reynolds currently lives in Princeton, NJ with his wife and three children.