Who really did say, It Aint Over til its over
If you pay it close attention, theres all kinds of ways to make a fortune in the business of sports. Heres a story about an idea a whole bunch of law firms must be wishing they had thought of first.
For roughly sixty percent of the take, Curtis Management Group of Indianapolis has built a booming business and reputation for success, negotiating contracts and developing the business interests of inactive star athletes. That in itself isnt unique, but their list of clients certainly is.
The majority of the inactive star athletes Curtis represent no longer play because theyre dead!
It is long established that theres huge money to be made in appearance fees, licensing and endorsements by popular figures at the height of their careers. And, a ton of agents are waiting to pounce on the opportunity to do the marketing in an overly competitive field.
Back in the early 80s, Mark A. Roesler, a young Indiana attorney saw his unheard of niche.
Armed with a legal knowledge of the rights of estate, and an inventive mind, Roesler set out to build his business, first focusing on deceased entertainers. Not...