Fritz Martin Management is proud to represent talented rookies invited to the scouting combine. Receiving an invitation is a huge achievement. Our rookies have had amazing collegiate careers. Now it’s time to take that success to the next level both on and off the field, and are ready for the opportunity to make an impact in the NFL and we will be there to support them all the way.
We understand the pressures of today’s athlete and strategically develop the marketing engine behind their brand.
After the last play the game isn’t over. The uniforms may come off but the celebrity brand is still alive. We maintain your relevance through continued fan engagement, broadcast exposure and current events.
As marketers we assist start-ups and long standing corporations with market change. The landscape of consumer behavior is constantly evolving. Understanding demographic spending and how they make choices is key in establishing credibility and long term loyalty for products and services.
Our team is constantly evolving with market change. As a marketing leaders we develop blockbuster campaigns, driving dramatic increases in traffic, revenue, market share and brand recognition for clients in a wide range of industries including sports, entertainment, consumer products, apparel, electronics, food, beverage and sporting goods. We are adept at managing high-profile campaigns that leverage the value of celebrity talent.
Fritz Martin Management client, Tim Brown, had the opportunity to be in the booth for Saturday’s matchup between the Fighting Irish and the Stanford Cardinal. What seemed to be a defensive game, turned out to be a thriller in the end as the Irish ...
One time was not enough for Shannon Sharpe and First Take. The Hall of Fame Tight End loved his experience on ESPN’s #1 ranked television show so much that he jumped at the opportunity to take on Skip Bayless for a second and third time this Thurs...
Tevin Reese went into this year’s draft hoping to defy the odds and achieve his dream of playing in the NFL. On May 8th, thousands of collegiate football players sat with their eyes glued to the screen hoping a team would select them. Of these tho...