In this episode of RETV, Elizabeth Charity is joined by Brittney Hill, President of the Social Entrepreneurship Society of George Mason University to interview Ronald Maierhofer, author of “No Money Down: How to Buy a Sports Franchise”. The GMU Social Entrepreneurship Society gives its student members the opportunity to get hands on experience in networking with local entrepreneurs, while building their resume. Another student, Indya Williams, taped the interview on location at George Mason University.
Brittney joins me in interviewing Ronald Maierhofer, author of “No Money Down: How to Buy a Sports Franchise” a book which details his experiences in purchasing and operating a sports franchise. But, that’s not all we discuss. Mr. Maierhofer shares with us the keys to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Tune in to listen to him explain to us how he obtained and lost $3 million dollars. Today, Ron has fully recovered from his experiences as a sports franchise owner and operates a successful sports management firm in the Washington, D.C. Metro area. We encourage you to visit the website of his business – Sports Club Management – to learn more about what he is currently involved in and to also purchase his book. It was truly a pleasure meeting and speaking with him.
Brittney, Indya and the members of the Social Entrepreneurship Society are learning about fundraising as the day draws closer to the Music & Art Festival, which they are hosting in benefit of Youth Outreach Services on April 28th at J.C. Dewberry Hall on the campus of GMU. The students of the Social Entrepreneurship Society are just a group of ordinary people, who are doing extraordinary things to bring about social change within their communities. The event is free to the general public and will feature local artists and musicians. We encourage you all to come out and enjoy the festivities, purchase some art and socialize with the community.