Michael Ornstein Accompanied Reggie Bush To LA For A Promotional Shoot For The NFLMichael Ornstein was the marketing agent of Reggie Bush who is an outstanding NFL player. He handled Reggies marketing deals and added a wide range of off-field opportunities to his portfolio. He is a dedicated and hard working professional who manages all kind of work in the sports industry and finds a way out to get things done with his knowledge and insight.
Michael Ornstein, Born In New York, Is A Branding And Marketing Agent for Numerous Brands And AthletesMichael Ornstein, a renowned person in the sports industry, is a branding and marketing agent for a great number of brands and athletes who want to establish their name in the sports industry. He helps the top brands to find athletes who will endorse their products thereby fetching them numerous opportunities for publicity. He is a committed brand consultant and dedicated marketing agent who plays a crucial role in connecting sportsmen with beneficial endorsement deals.
Victory of the SaintsHe played a vital role in the victory of the Saints at the Super Bowl which is one of the most overwhelming experiences for a football team (especially for that team which has not been at the Super Bowl lately–or at all) but at the same time there is a lot of pressure on the players of the team to perform well on the field as the whole world watches the team as they win or lose. Besides this, one more problem arises during the Super Bowl which includes the struggle for psychological dominance off the field, i.e., equally important but many people are not familiar with it.
Michael Ornstein took care of the Miami special opsMichael Ornstein took care of the Miami special ops. He handled all the pre-Super Bowl campaign and arrangements for New Orleans Saints (the opponent team of New York Giants). Michael also managed travel plans, room assignments and arranged tickets. When Michael was looking after the arrangements, he ensured that the players should receive more than little bottles of shampoo and free stationery. Michael arranged huge baskets filled with variety of treats including candy, popcorn, energy drinks and more in the room of each player. He provided them gift cards from Morton’s steakhouse, Subway sandwich shops and Cold Stone Creamery. Later, he was the in-charge of New York Giants and helped the players as well as their families.